Chrome Show: Intel is happy to power your next Chromebook

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It’s late and short podcast this week as we’re traveling for meetings. While flying around the country, Google(s goog) and Intel(s intc) held a joint press event with news of up to 20 new Chrome OS devices this year; some of which were announced prior. Intel is touting up to 11 hours of battery life with its new Bay Trail chips but you’ll also see Chromebooks with Core i3 processors as well. Lenovo is among the first to announce new devices and in the meantime, Kevin is testing the Dell Chromebook 11 and finding it to be a great device for the price.

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Hosts: Janko Roettgers and Kevin C. Tofel

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