Google intros new Intel-powered Chromebooks, Chromebox

Google intros new Intel-powered Chromebooks, Chromebox

Google today announced that new generation of Chromebooks and Chomeboxes will be powered by Intel’s Haswell processor. What’s so great about that? The Haswell processor is not only very powerful but, more importantly, it’s considerably better for the battery than others.

Across the new lineup, the devices offer superb battery life and a variety of new designs—from a light and portable Acer Chromebook, to the large display on the HP Chromebook14, which comes in various colors; from the versatility and portability of the Toshiba Chromebook, to the ASUS Chromebox, suitable anywhere you need a computer. With today’s announcement, now six of the top laptop manufacturers are offering Chromebooks.

As someone who works from a Chromebook Pixel and Chromebox I can attest to the quality and convenience of the line. And, with these new players coming into the game, I couldn’t be more excited.

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