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Chrome Niko Camera Bag

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on July 14th, 2011

Many camera bags lack the necessary room to hold your charger or another battery or anything else inside. It might not make a lot of sense, but that’s just how it is. You have lenses that you need to carry with you as well. Well, the Chrome Niko might be the solution.

It has a side-opening compartment with Velcro dividers so you can customize the layout to fit your camera and your other gear. There is another zippered opening on top, with room for your charger, extra batteries, etc. The bag is made from weather proof 1050 denier nylon with a waterproof 18-ounce tarpaulin liner.

Acer AC700 WiFi now on sale for $350

Posted in Acer by Conner Flynn on July 11th, 2011

Acer’s new AC700 for $350 is an affordable entry into the world of Chrome OS even if it is WiFi-only. A 3G version is coming later this summer for a larger price if that is more your speed.

The AC700 has an Atom N570 processor, 16GB of storage, and 2GB of RAM. There’s also a 1.3MP webcam, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, 2 USB 2.0 ports, HDMI out, and a 6 hour battery life. Best of all, it’s available right now.

Google’s Cr-48 Chrome notebook now ships with stickers

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2011

Remember Google’s Cr-48 Chrome notebook? Maybe you thought that the notebook looked too much like every other notebook out there. Well, fear not. Google has come up with a cheap gimmick to make it stand out from the pack.

Looks like the notebook is shipping with stickers that you can put on it. They are very colorful and obviously Chrome themed. The one above looks really nice. Maybe this will start a new trend of colorful laptop lids from manufacturers if they all start shipping stickers.

iKit launches Chrome iPhone 4 case with kickstand

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 19th, 2010

iKit has launched a new chrome case for the iPhone 4, complete with a kickstand on the back so you can easily watch videos. The case is made from a polycarbonate body and a soft rubber interior which provides scratch protection, while a nice shiny chrome finish gives it a good look.

The iKit Chrome Flip case gives you full access to all controls and has the ability to sync and charge while inside. The bottom can also be removed for quick docking.

Google Chrome Cr-48 Laptop gets torn apart

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on December 10th, 2010

Our friends over at Engadget have some photos of the Chrome Laptop being taken apart, which reveals the inner working and shows what is inside. According to Engadget, inside the Chrome OS notebook you’ll find a SanDisk branded SSD, and some Hynix memory chips.

This poor laptop is supposed to be getting tested and instead it was subjected to the horrors of a teardown. Well, it’s a cruel world. Hopefully all the kings horses and all the kings men were able to put it back together.

Google Cr-48: The First Chrome OS Netbook

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on December 7th, 2010

Google has announced an unbranded Google Cr-48 laptop. The name comes from the symbol for the chromium isotope on the periodic table. The device will be distributed through a Chrome OS Pilot Program, which is in public beta.

Google is hoping that early users will provide valuable feedback, but there isn’t a purchase option right now. Retail units from Acer and Samsung will be available in 2011. The Cr-48 will feature a 12.1-inch display, a full keyboard over a capacious trackpad, world roaming support for 3G mobile broadband with Verizon support in the U.S., 802.11n dual-band WiFi, 8+ hours of battery life and 8+ days of standby time, a webcam, and flash storage.


Toshiba prepping three tablets for CES

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on December 7th, 2010

According to DigiTimes, three new Toshiba tablets are set for their debut at CES in a month. Two of them feature 10.1-inch screens and the third sports 11.6 inches. They each have a different os: Microsoft’s Windows 7 and Google’s Chrome OS and Android.

I guess Toshiba wants to see which one wins the hearts of consumers. At least you will have your OS of choice. We will learn more in a few weeks.


Chrome-powered smartbooks coming this November

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on November 2nd, 2010

Get ready for a whole bunch of smartbooks headed your way, powered by Google’s Chrome operating system. They are coming in November. Google is positioning themselves to launch their own-brand Chrome notebook in the same way they launched their Nexus One smartphone.

The first shipments are expected to be anywhere from 60,000 to 70,000 units, running on an ARM-based platform. But with all of the tablet madness, why bother? We hope they feature something to set them apart.

Samsung Galaxy Tab: Android can be replaced with Chrome

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2010

Take this one with a grain of salt, but a newspaper claims that the Android OS which is currently powering Samsung’s Galaxy Tab can be replaced with Google’s Chrome OS when the OS is launched.

If this is true, only do the update if you know what you are doing. We can’t see Samsung pushing out an OS change for the tablet, but you never know. Why would you want to switch? No comment from Samsung yet.

Google launching a Chrome OS tablet on Verizon, arrives November 26

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on August 18th, 2010

We’ve been hearing rumors of a Google Chrome OS tablet hitting Verizon for awhile now. The latest rumor has Google’s Chrome OS tablet is being built by HTC, and it will apparently be launched on Verizon on November 26th.

The device will be subsidized by the carrier, and much cheaper than the iPad. The rumor says that it has the following specs: An NVIDIA Tegra 2 platform, 1280 x 720 pixel multi-touch display, 2GB of RAM, a 32GB SSD, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G connectivity, GPS, Webcam and Expandable storage.

Google to launch Chrome OS in late fall

Posted in Google by Shane McGlaun on June 2nd, 2010

Google has been talking about its Chrome OS for a while now. The operating system is one of the latest attempts by Google to fight Microsoft on the software front. Google was able to fight and beat Microsoft with Android.

So far its Google Docs offerings aren’t catching up to Microsoft Office, but Google hopes its Chrome OS will have better luck. Google is set to launch the open source OS late in the fall of this year. Google says that the OS will be compatible with applications already on the market.


Google unveils Chrome web store

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2010

Get ready to fill up your Chrome OS app page Google fans. Google just announced its new online web app store. Some of what they are showing off includes Dark Room for image editing, a nice version of TweetDeck, to name a few. Paid-for software will be offered. For instace Dark Room is $4.99.

Nothing on a launch date yet. Engadget says that the demo of Sports Illustrated’s interactive magazine is impressive, fully searchable with embedded video and “some pretty clever tricks” with geolocation. The web store for Chrome and Chrome OS will hit the dev channel very soon.

Acer Chrome OS devices coming in June?

Posted in Acer by Conner Flynn on May 14th, 2010

Chrome OS isn’t due to be released until later in the year, but according to Venture Beat, there will be some Chrome OS devices released before that. Their sources say that Taiwanese computer manufacturer Acer will launch Chrome OS devices at the Computex Taipei show, held from June 1 to June 5.

Acer is keeping mum for the moment, not revealing any details yet, so we’ll just have to wait and see. June is right around the corner. What mystery devices do you think they have up their sleeve?

Google Set-Top Box coming soon

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on March 18th, 2010

You knew that Google was looking to take over your living room at some point and the NYTimes has the details on Google TV, a platform to deliver web content to Android-based set-top boxes and TVs through partnerships with Sony, Intel, and Logitech.

Google hopes that the platform can succeed where many others have failed to seamlessly integrate web content onto TVs, bringing services like Twitter and sites like YouTube, and of course games, webapps, and more.

XCM Cyberchrome PS3 case

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on February 28th, 2010

Want a new look for your PS3? Anything beats the usual black, but the XCM Cyberchrome PS3 case makes your console look extra sexy. Check out that shiny chrome exterior. Hey, it will match your vintage toaster and let you admire yourself while playing games.

It will cost you $70, but at least your PS3 will stand out from the crowd. Maybe blind you when the light shines into your dark gaming abode, after an all night gaming session.

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