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A Chromebox is a personal computer running Google's Chrome OS operating system The device is a desktop variant of the Chromebook laptop

Contents

  • 1 Functionality
  • 2 Models
  • 3 Notes
  • 4 References

Functionality

Chromeboxes, like other Chrome OS devices, primarily support web applications, thereby relying heavily on an Internet connection for software functionality and data storage That connection, via a local area network, can be wireless or through an Ethernet port

The machines are classed as small form-factor PCs and typically feature a power switch and a set of connections to support a keyboard, pointing device and one or more monitors Solid state drives are used for storage, and only wireless printers are supported The first Chromebox, released by Samsung on May 29, 2012, ran a dual-core Intel Celeron Processor 867 at 13 GHz, and featured six USB 20 ports and two DisplayPort++ slots compatible with HDMI, DVI, and VGA

In February 2014, Google bundled an Asus Chromebox with a business video conferencing package, 1080p high definition camera module, external microphone/speaker and remote control The system retailed for $999 plus a $250 annual management fee, waived the first year—a cost thousands of dollars less than other unified videoconferencing systems, including those from Cisco and Polycom The Chromebox system employed a Google Hangouts-like interface for up to 15 participants, a dedicated URL for sharing screens, and management accounts for scheduling meetings

In March 2014, Asus established a new price at the low-end of the Chromebox market with a compact, 132 pound model that retailed at $179 and featured a Celeron CPU and four USB 30 ports Yahoo Tech columnist David Pogue called the Asus device among the smallest, "least-expensive desktop computers ever sold", likening it to a Smart car "You won’t be hauling lumber from Home Depot in it, but it’s a terrific deal—and most days, it’ll get you where you want to go" In May, Asus released a faster model with an Intel Core i3 processor Hewlett-Packard entered the market in June with a Chromebox powered by an Intel Celeron processor, optionally bundling a keyboard and mouse In August, Acer introduced two models that could stand vertically and provided some business-oriented features, including encryption and fast deletion of local data In September, Dell entered the market with an entry-level machine, as well as Dell's implementation of the Google video conferencing system

In August 2015, AOPen announced a family of Chromeboxes designed principally for driving the content of digital commercial signage The models are ruggedized for on-site operation

Models

Available Brand Model Processor RAM Storage Size Weight
2012-05 Samsung Series 3 XE300M22-A01US Celeron B840 4 GB 16 GB SSD 13 in × 76 in × 76 in 33 mm × 193 mm × 193 mm
2013-01 Series 3 XE300M22-A02US Intel Core i5-2450M
2013-03 Series 3 XE300M22-B01US Celeron B840 4 GB 16 GB SSD 157 in × 810 in × 810 in 40 mm × 206 mm × 206 mm
2013-02 Google Chromebox for Meetings Intel Core i7
2014-03 Asus Chromebox-M004U Intel Celeron 2955U 2 GB 16 GB M2 SSD 488 in × 488 in × 165 in 124 mm × 124 mm × 42 mm
2014-05 Chromebox-M075U Intel Core i3-4010U 2 or 4 GB
2014-06 Hewlett-Packard HP Chromebox CB1 Intel Celeron 2955U 2 or 4 GB 8 GB Max PC3L-12800S SO-DIMM RAM x 1 1 slot 16 GB 128 GB Or more max M2 SSD 496 in × 488 in × 153 in 126 mm × 124 mm × 39 mm
2014-06 HP Chromebox Intel Core i7-4600U 4 or 8 GB 16 GB Max PC3L-12800S SO-DIMM RAM x 1 or 2 2 slots
2014-08 Acer Chromebox CXI Intel Celeron 2957U 2 or 4 GB 16 GB 65 in × 51 in × 13 in 165 mm × 130 mm × 33 mm
2014-09 Dell Dell Chromebox Intel Celeron 2955U 2 GB 16 GB 49 in × 49 in × 17 in 124 mm × 124 mm × 43 mm
Intel Core i3-4030U 4 GB
Dell Chromebox for Meetings Intel Core i7-4600U 4 GB
2014-08 Asus Chromebox CN60 Intel Celeron 2955U 2 or 4 GB 16 GB Max PC3L-12800S SO-DIMM RAM x 1 or 2 2 slots 16 GB 128 GB Or more max M2 SSD 16 in × 49 in × 49 in 41 mm × 124 mm × 124 mm
2015-03 Acer Chromebox CXI Intel Core i3-4030U Haswell 4 or 8 GB 16 GB 65 in × 51 in × 13 in 165 mm × 130 mm × 33 mm 4 lb
2015-08 AOPEN Chromebox Commercial Intel N2930 quad core Atom 4 GB 32 GB 65 in × 62 in × 09 in 165 mm × 157 mm × 23 mm 802 g

Notes

  1. ^ a b Equipment bundle

References

  1. ^ a b c Cunningham, Andrew 27 March 2014 "Review: Asus crafts a tiny $179 Chromebox out of cheap, low-power parts" Ars Technica Condé Nast Digital Retrieved 23 April 2014 
  2. ^ Hachman, Mark 6 February 2014 "Google's next hardware push: Chromebox videoconferencing for businesses" PC World IDG Retrieved 23 April 2014 
  3. ^ "For Meetings: Chromebox, plus everything you need for video meetings" Google Retrieved 23 April 2014 
  4. ^ Liedtke, Michael 6 February 2014 "Google debuts videoconferencing tool, battling Cisco and Polycom" San Jose Mercury News Digital First Media Retrieved 24 April 2014 
  5. ^ Domingo, Joel Santo 12 March 2014 "Asus Chromebox M004U" PC Magazine Ziff Davis Retrieved 23 April 2014 
  6. ^ Pogue, David 14 March 2014 "Asus Chromebox: A Tiny, Cheap, Very Useful Computer" Yahoo! Tech Yahoo! Retrieved 24 April 2014 
  7. ^ Linder, Brad 5 May 2014 "Asus Chromebox with Core i3 Haswell now available" Liliputing Retrieved 9 May 2014 
  8. ^ a b Linder, Brad 7 July 2014 "HP Chromebox bundle with keyboard and mouse now available for $199" Liliputing Retrieved 15 July 2014 
  9. ^ a b Portnoy, Sean 22 August 2014 "Acer introduces Chromebox CXI PC family starting at $17999" ZDNet CBS Interactive Retrieved 28 August 2014 
  10. ^ Sneden, Joey-Elijah 5 September 2014 "$179 Dell Chromebox Will Hit US Stores Late September" OMG! Chrome! Ohso Ltd Retrieved 6 September 2014 
  11. ^ Fagioli, Brian August 2015 "AOPEN unveils commercial-grade Chrome OS devices as Google targets digital signage market" BetaNews Retrieved 2016-01-19 
  12. ^ Linder, Brad 14 January 2013 "Samsung Chromebox with Intel Core i5 now available for $400 and up 01/14/2013" Liliputing Retrieved 23 April 2014 
  13. ^ "HP Chromebox" Hewlett-Packard Retrieved 6 November 2015 
  14. ^ McAllister, Neil 11 June 2014 "HP has Chromeboxes with Intel Core i7 chips, but they'll cost you" The Register Situation Publishing Retrieved 17 October 2014 
  15. ^ Newman, Jared 5 March 2015 "Acer's 4K Chromebox goes big on RAM, not on price" PC World IDG Retrieved 3 April 2015 
  16. ^ "AOPEN Unveils First Commercial Grade device based on Google Chrome" 10 August 2015 Retrieved 18 January 2016 
  17. ^ "Chromebox Commercial" Retrieved 18 January 2016 
  18. ^ "Chromebox Commercial Specsheet" PDF Retrieved 18 January 2016 

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