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Google: All New Chromebooks Will Support Android Apps

Google said in May 2016 that select Chromebooks–laptops built entirely around its Chrome browser–would support apps originally made for Android devices. Now the company has updated the list of devices gaining access to the Google Play marketplace to include every ...

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Chromebooks Head To School With Android Apps, Tablet Modes

Google announced new hardware, Android software compatibility, and other improvements meant to make Chromebooks even more welcome in the classroom. The changes–plus updates to the company’s suite of education products–could extend Google’s influence over the American school system. Chromebooks are ...

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Gigabyte P57W v6 Gaming Laptop

The Gigabyte P57W v6 is a 17″ laptop equipped with Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1060. We’ve tested many GTX 1060 configurations before; will the P57W shine in comparison? Late last year we reviewed the P37X v6, one of Gigabyte’s many Pascal ...

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Acer Predator 17 Gaming Laptop

Will the Acer Predator 17 catch its prey? We put this gaming laptop through its paces. cer doesn’t have a long history in gaming laptops. The company has released several laptops with discrete graphics in the past, but the company’s ...

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MSI GS43VR Phantom Pro Gaming Laptop

Alongside the official release of Intel’s 7th generation Kaby Lake processor came a tidal wave of updated gaming laptops. They look very much like Skylake-based versions we’ve been testing. The GS43VR Phantom Pro-069 from MSI is the first to hit ...

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Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop

Laptops in general, but especially gaming laptops, are inherently more expensive than their desk-confined counterparts. Portability comes at a price. And yet even among gaming laptop seekers, the hunt for value is typically a primary consideration, which subsequently narrows the ...

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