New HP Chromebook 11- A Meta Review

New HP Chromebook 11- A Meta Review

For quite a while now ChromebookHQ has been convinced that the Chrome OS revolution will take place. From Google’s announcement of the CR-48, the first Chromebook ever built that got a lot of flack for everything about it, all the way through the Samsung 5 550, the Google Pixel and up to the HP Chromebook(…)

Mouse and Keyboard for your Chromebook

Mouse and Keyboard for your Chromebook

A separate mouse and keyboard for your Chromebook aren’t the most obvious accessories for it. But, if you’re like me and you like to work at your desk in your home office, it really is. Just prop up your Chromebook on a laptop stand and hook up a mouse and keyboard to it. Works like(…)

Chromebook accessories

Chromebook accessories

Chromebook accessories make it that perfect machine you can´t do without. Yes, it’s quite perfect all by itself already, but there are those cases in which you could do with a little more oomph, quality or comfort than you get with a standard Chromebook. And since the adoption rate of the Chromebook has pushed it(…)

Chromebook compatible external drives

Chromebook compatible external drives

Chromebook compatible external drives are about as strange to ask for as asking for a silencer to go with your speaker. It defeats the whole purpose of the machine. Non the less there are quite a few people that own a Chromebook that still want to store their files, photo’s and music on a external(…)

Lap Desk

Lap Desk

The lap desk is in no means a modern day invention. They have been around for a very long time. Founding father Thomas Jefferson drafted the Declaration on one, or parts of it at least. That particular lap desk is now kept at the Smithsonian, in case you’re interested at taking a look at it(…)

Google Cloud Printers

Google Cloud Printers

Google Cloud Printers make use of new technology that connects your printers to the web. It allows you to make your printer available to you and to any other person you’d want to give access to your printer. The only prerequisite is that you have a ‘cloud ready’ printer. It doesn’t just work on any(…)

Does Microsoft purchasing Nokia impact the Chromebook?

Does Microsoft purchasing Nokia impact the Chromebook?

The good news for Chromebook users is that over at digitimes.com they’re thinking it will. The expectation is that with Microsoft acquiring Nokia the software giant now has, even more than before, the chance to push its plans of moving into the hardware space. It has already made the first steps by releasing their own(…)

Must have Chromebook accessories

Must have Chromebook accessories

After you’ve gone all hipster boasting your Chromebook an’all, you probably don’t want to get caught using some kind of an old clunker for a mouse, end up looking all pixelated on your Google plus Hangout or come across all garbled while on a Google Talk session, now do you? Not to worry, there are(…)

Google announces the Chromebook for us all

Google announces the Chromebook for us all

Isn’t this what we were waiting for? A Chromebook that has all the yummy goodness the earlier Chromebook Series 5 models have to offer, but then for an acceptable price? I think that’s exactly what most of us were waiting for, and that’s precisely what Google delivered with the Chromebook Series 3. “It’s the best(…)

Chromebook series 5 550 and Chromebox review

Chromebook series 5 550 and Chromebox review

Here a great video review of the Chromebook series 5 550 and Chromebox by The Verge. There’s not much to be added to their thorough review. Only one bit to subtract and that’s the ‘I can do the same and more when I buy a cheap windows machine running the Chrome browser’ remark at the(…)