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We’ve seen teases of the first Asus Chromeboook but now there’s an official-looking spec sheet. There aren’t too many surprises here although two that impress us are support for 802.11ac Wi-Fi and an expected 10 hours of battery life. Asus claims this Chromebook has the largest trackpad available, so we’ll see.
Also on this week’s podcast is discussion on a smart storage strategy: Chromebooks don’t come with a ton of local space and Chrome OS could delete files on you if you’re not careful. Plus we take a peek at a great WebGL demo that puts a 3-D graphical shooter in your browser without a plug-in.
Hosts: Janko Roettgers and Kevin C. Tofel
This is the Asus Chromebook C200
Acer is going with a Core i3 in a new Chromebook this summer: the mid-range we wanted?
You can ‘cast a presentation from Google Drive to a Chomecast now.
Is the Dell really the “best” Chromebook? Consumer Reports has it at no. 3
Do you have a smart storage strategy on your Chromebook?
HP is making a 14-inch Full HD Android laptop but it doesn’t affect Google’s Chrome strategy
App / Extension of the week: Sunrise Calendar