Asus Chromebook Flip C302 is $400 ($99 off) on Amazon for Black Friday only

As far as Chromebooks go, the Asus Flip C302 is still one of our favorites. It has an awesome feature set and is still one of our top picks for a Chrome OS device that isn’t a Pixelbook. And it is Amazon’s deal of the day: $399.99, or a $100 off.
The C302 sports a solid unibody chassis, the Intel m3 CPU, 4GB of RAM, a 12.5″ 1080p IPS LCD touchscreen with a 360° hinge, and 64GB of storage. Read MoreAsus Chromebook Flip C302 is $400 ($99 off) on Amazon for Black Friday only was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Asus Chromebook C423NA drops to $230 ($40 off) at Costco and B&H

Chromebook deals abound this holiday season, so this one isn’t too surprising. Asus’ recently-announced C423 is down to $229.99 at Costco and B&H from the $269.99 MSRP, with some other outlets asking a tad more.
For a bit over $200, the C423 isn’t all bad. It has a 14″ 1366×768 display, two USB-C and two USB-A ports, a microSD slot, and a headphone jack. It’s got pretty good battery life and a passable keyboard, even though it has the underwhelming Intel N3350 CPU, plus 32GB of eMMC storage and 4GB of RAM. Read MoreAsus Chromebook C423NA drops to $230 ($40 off) at Costco and B&H was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: Will cost $270] ASUS announces its first 15-inch Chromebook, the C523

Update 1: 2018/11/10 10:48am PST

Asus has now revealed that the main variant, the ‘C523NA-DH02,’ will cost $269.99. It has an Intel Celeron N3350 processor with 4GB of RAM. Product listings are now live on

There aren’t many Chromebooks larger than 13 inches across, with the current leader being the Acer Chromebook 15. There will soon be at least one more option, because Asus just revealed its first 15-inch Chromebook — the C523. Read More[Update: Will cost $270] ASUS announces its first 15-inch Chromebook, the C523 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: Now available] Samsung reveals new LTE-equipped Chromebook Plus V2

Update 1: 2018/11/02 8:25am PDT

Samsung sure doesn’t want anyone forgetting about the retail debut of its new LTE-equipped Chromebook, and this morning sent out a new press release reminding us of the start

Earlier this year, Samsung revealed a refresh of its well-regarded 2017 Chromebook Plus. The new Chromebook Plus (V2) had an unadventurous name, but it had most of what made the original great, sadly sacrificing its incredible display for a faster Y-series Celeron (read: not one of the bad ones). Read More[Update: Now available] Samsung reveals new LTE-equipped Chromebook Plus V2 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

ASUS Chromebook 12 C223NA review: A step backwards

In my opinion, Asus makes the best Chromebooks on the market, second only to Google. Last year’s Chromebook Flip C302 is still one of the best Chrome OS laptops you can buy, especially considering its competitive price point. The company’s lower-end C101PA is also a fantastic 10-inch convertible. I think you can easily make the argument that without Asus, Chromebooks wouldn’t have the mainstream appeal they enjoy today.
That being said, both the C101PA and C302 are nearly two years old and long-overdue for a replacement. Read MoreASUS Chromebook 12 C223NA review: A step backwards was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Chrome OS v69 stable introduces Linux app compatibility, finalized Material Design changes

The long-awaited Linux support for Chromebooks has just hit the Stable channel. According to the Chrome Releases blog, the consumer-facing release channel is in the midst of being updated to v69, which includes Linux application support — at least, on supported devices. The update also includes other features, such as a refreshed UI for browsing the filesystem, expanded dictation support for text entry, red-tinted Night Light, and some tablet-centric tweaks (among other smaller changes). Read MoreChrome OS v69 stable introduces Linux app compatibility, finalized Material Design changes was written by the awesome team at Android Police.