The Chrome Cast 174: ChromeOS 103 features, gaming Chromebooks


This week the launching of Chrome Cast that can inform us a bit on what we should expect in the future from gaming-focused Chromebooks. On that note, we also found evidence of an Nvidia GPU-powered Chromebook in development, officially moving us into the era of expecting the first, true gaming Chromebook.

Discussing some of the new features arriving with the latest ChromeOS 103 update. With recent photos from your Android phone in Phone Hub, Fast Pair for accessories, Nearby Share for Wi-Fi access, and the new Screencast feature, there’s a lot to unpack as we discuss the biggest update to ChromeOS in the past few months.

Update brings better integration with smartphones:

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