Samsung’s original Chromebook cemented the company’s status in the market early on but it’s a different market now. Acer has recently taken the Chromebook sales crown, at least in the most recent quarter, and there are far more Chromebooks running on alternatives to Samsung’s Exynos chips. Intel processors are found in many Chromebooks and HP looks to be switching from a Samsung chip in its next model. Acer is starting to sell non-Intel Chromebooks for the first time ever but it too is choosing an alternative to Samsung with Nvidia’s Tegra K1 in the Acer Chromebook 13.
On this week’s podcast we discuss the newest hardware options in the Chromebook market and also discuss how Chrome is better at protecting users from malware as well as share a free Chrome app that provides ambient background noise. Tune in below or download the podcast here to listen to this week’s episode.
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