Chromebooks to play a big role at CES 2014

Chrome OS devices haven’t been particularly popular at the Consumer Electronics Show in previous years, but that’s going to change for CES 2014. Google’s new platform continues to gain momentum as more and more companies join the party, most notably Toshiba and Samsung. 

While at the Consumer Electronics Show all this coming week, I’ll be on the lookout for new Chrome OS devices. LG kicked off the Chrome party early with new of its all-in-one Chromebase: A 21-inch full HD monitor with built-in computer running Chrome. On this week’s Chrome Show podcast, we discuss this new form-factor for Google’s desktop platform along with thoughts on some other expected and rumored Chromebooks; namely from Toshiba and Samsung. Don’t count out Asus yet either: The company has said it will enter the market in 2014 and CES could be the perfect launching ground. We also recommend a great Chrome extension to keep you more productive this year so download the show here or tune in below.

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