Last week’s podcast centered discussion on why most Chromebooks come with just 2 GB of memory. This week, we get the official answer: Because that’s what the hardware makers are choosing to use. That means if enough people cry out for 4 GB of memory, some Chromebook manufacturers could change their approach.
We also share some hands on thoughts of the LG Chromebook on this week’s podcast and share a new Chrome app that can help you diagnose connectivity issues.
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Hosts: Kevin Tofel and Chris Albrecht
Today’s episode is brought to you by Freshbooks.
2 GB on your Chromebook? Don’t blame Google.
Chrome stable 32 launches: What’s inside?
HP Chromebook 11 with LTE is available for $379
Some perspective on Google Chromebook sales data
Screenshots without using a keyboard? It’s in the works, notes Craig Tumblison
Extension of the week: Chrome Connectivity Diagnostics