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Lenovo Chromebook Duet 3 11″ 2-in-1 tablet now available for $379

The Lenovo Chromebook Duet 3 is a 2-in-1 tablet with a 10.9 inch, 2000 x 1200 pixel touchscreen LCD display, a detachable keyboard, and support for an optional USI 2.0 pen accessory with support for pressure-sensitive input. First announced in February, the Chromebook Duet 3 is now available from Best Buy for $379. That price […]

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Lilbits: Epic v Google, Unisoc v the world, and Inking on the web

Epic Games filed lawsuits against Apple and Google last year, claiming their anti-competitive practices prevented companies like Epic from offering their own in-app stores or payment systems, among other things. Now new details are emerging as part of that lawsuit that shines more light on some of Google’s alleged steps to try to crush competition. […]

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CTL launches a $299 Chrome OS tablet for students

CTL is the latest company to launch a Chrome OS tablet designed for the education market and it looks… kind of familiar. Like the Acer Chrombook Tab 10 and Asus Chromebook Tablet T100, the new CTL Chromebook Tab Tx1 features a 9.7 inch, 2048 x 1536 pixel IPS touchscreen display with pen support, a Rockchip OP1 […]

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The first Asus Chrome OS tablet is a durable model aimed at young children

Asus is introducing a whole bunch of new Chrome OS devices aimed at the education market including laptops, convertibles, and the company’s first standalone Chrome OS tablet. That last one is part of a small, but growing line of touchscreen-only devices designed to run Google’s Chrome operating system. And like the first Chrome OS tablet, […]

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Acer Chrome OS tablet breaks cover at Bett 2018 show

Chromebooks have been around for nearly a decade, and over the past few years we’ve also started to see convertible models with touchscreen displays and 360-degree hinges that let you use a Chromebook in tablet mode. But you know what we haven’t seen? A straight-up Chrome OS tablet. It looks like that’s going to change […]

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Chrome OS dev channel brings a virtual keyboard for touchscreen devices

There’s only one Chromebook on the market today that features a touchscreen display. But that hasn’t stopped developers at Google for adding support for an on-screen keyboard to the latest dev channel update of Chrome OS. If you’re using a Chromebook Pixel (or another Chrome OS device, I suppose), you can now turn on the […]