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Asus Chromebook Vibe CX34 Flip is a gaming convertible with a 144 Hz display and RGB keyboard

A few months after launching its first gaming Chromebook, Asus it introducing a next-gen model steps up its game a bit with an upgraded processor, faster wireless, and updated keyboard, among other improvements. The Asus Chromebook Vibe CX34 Flip is also smaller and more versatile – it has a 14 inch display and comes with a […]

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Steam on Chromebooks reaches beta status and adds support for more hardware

Google is bringing support for Steam gaming to more Chromebook users staring with the rollout of ChromeOS 108. When Steam for Chromebooks first launched earlier this year, it was only available for a handful of devices and users had to be willing to run Alpha software on potentially unstable Dev Channel builds of ChromeOS. But […]

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Lenovo launches IdeaPad Gaming Chromebook for $599 and up

As expected, Lenovo’s first gaming Chromebook is a 16 inch laptop with a 12th-gen Intel Core U series processor, 8GB of RAM, and support for up to 512GB of storage. Basically the Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming Chromebook looks a lot like the company’s Ideapad 5I Chromebook, but there are a few key differences. The gaming model […]

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Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming Chromebook leaked (120 Hz display, RGB backlit keyboard)

We knew they were coming… and now it looks like they’re coming soon. The first Chromebook designed for gaming has broken cover… unofficially. Chrome Unboxed found details about an unannounced Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming Chromebook that basically looks like a slightly souped-up version of the IdeaPad 5i Chromebook that Lenovo unveiled last month. The key differences? […]

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Google could bring Steam gaming to Chromebooks (via Linux)

There’s mounting evidence that Google is preparing to make Chromebooks a viable platform for gamers. Earlier this year a member of the Chrome OS team told Android Police that the company was working on bringing the Steam game client to Chromebooks. Now 9to5Google has found code that hints at how Google will do that. Chrome […]