Behold: The smallest Chrome OS computer on the face of the planet
If we were gamblers here at BGR Deals, we would definitely be that you’ve never heard of the ASUS CHROMEBIT CS10 Stick-Desktop PC until now. We would also bet that you won’t soon forget it. This awesome little gadget is the size of a flash drive and it even looks just like a flash drive. This is no memory stick, though. It’s actually a full-fledged Chrome OS computer that you can connect to the HDMI port on any TV or monitor to instantly transform it into a Chrome desktop computer!
Here are the highlights from the product page:
- Smallest Chrome OS device, turn any HDMI display into a computer and 100 GB google drive space
- Dual-band a/b/g/n/ac 802.11 Wi-Fi with Bluetooth 4.0 for fast connections and wireless peripheral compatibility
- 16 GB Flash memory storage with easily accessible USB 2.0 slot for expanded storage or wired peripherals
- Included HDMI extender cable and 4 hook and loop stickers allow for more options in setting up Chromebit
- Thousands of Chrome OS apps allows for work and play in a portable package.Power supply:18 W Power adapter
The Pixel Slate is Google’s first Chrome OS detachable
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Google tried to kill ‘www,’ until Chrome users protested the change
Google is on a warpath with URLs, but critics forced Google to continue displaying the “www” and “m” portion of a URL in Chrome’s search bar, but Google announced that this will once again change in Chrome 70.
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Acer’s new Chromebook Spin 15 is the largest Chrome OS laptop/tablet convertible yet
In addition to launching the Chromebook 13 and Chromebook Spin 13 this morning, Acer announced larger 15-inch models. The Spin 15 is the more premium version, but the line in general focuses on more casual use cases and media watching, with the Chromebook 15 targeted as being “value-oriented.”