Running Chrome in desktop mode on a Windows 8.1 device typically brings a Chrome OS-like experience. That’s not yet the case with Microsoft’s new Surface Pro 3; the touchpoints are off, possibly because of the unique 2160 x 1440 display resolution of Microsoft’s laptop / tablet. But there is other good Chrome OS hardware available now and coming soon as we discuss on this week’s Chrome Show podcast.
This week’s Chrome Show is sponsored by The MidRoll
Hosts: Janko Roettgers and Kevin C. Tofel
So what’s with the HP Chromebook 11 G2?
Google gets a patent for a laptop with slot for your phone.
More details about the Samsung Chromebook 2
Asus C200 and C300 Chromebooks are officially announced.
Chrome device support is extended to 5 years
HP Chromebox details – finally!
Rockchip RK3288 chip added to the ChromeOS repository so we could see a wider range of ARM powered ChromeOS devices
Chromecast in more countries
Surface Pro 3 as a “Chrome tablet”? Not just yet.
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