I've got an Acer Chromebox (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NCSPEBM/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) on the way and rather than hook it up to my current 2 x 23" Samsung monitors, I'm considering getting a nice big, maybe 4k, widescreen monitor and wondered if anyone has had any experience using Chromeboxes with these kinds of monitors. Can they handle pushing that many pixels?
I also plan on using it as an external monitor with my Toshiba Chromebook 2 until the Chromebox arrives.
All feedback & recommendations welcome. Thanks.
? Any recommendations for bargains worth picking up?
I agree that Asus seem to be the pick of the Chromeboxes.
If you are happy with a Celeron (and I certainly am) your best bargain seems to be £149, (2GB), from Amazon.com, and get your own K/B and mouse.
(Right-clicking in the FIles app on my Toshiba Chromebook 2)
I've used ARChon on my phone to convert the app and then I install it on my Toshiba Chromebook 2 and the audio is playing all ok but the screen is just black. Any suggestions of things I could try to get it working?
Note: The APK doesn't have any licensing/encryption or special permission requirements.
$869 for 32GB or $929 for 64GB. Based on the current exchange rate, it works out to $758AUD for the 32GB version, so there's another $111 added for good measure, or "Aussie tax". If that's including GST, I'd be ok with it, but I'd assume they ship from Singapore (as per the N9) and therefore have no GST.
What do you think
Seems a bit rich to me, especially when you consider the other options like the 2014 Moto X and the OnePlus One. Think I'll grab one, but it still feels a bit much. Let's hope the phone blows me away.
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