Together with Chromebit, both Asus and Google have recently announced another new Chome OS device. Dubbed the Asus Chromebook Flip, it is basically a convertible tablet that can be used a laptop too. On its design, new device likes Lenovo’s Yoga line, which is enabling rotate on a hinge and transform into a tablet with a stand. Coming in all-metal chassis, this Chromebook convertible has about two pounds of weight.
The Chromebook Flip has a great keyboard and a touch screen for immersive experiences like gaming and educational apps. Ultra-thin and extremely light, for maximum portability. In order to create a bold and beautiful design on the Flip, Chrome OS has been optimized for touch. Chromebook Flip is to demonstrate the power of touch and mobile on a best-in-class convertible device.
New Asus Chromebook Flip has a 10.1-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixel. Its touch-enabled screen will be more usable with Android apps. That’s also support Android’s virtual keyboard. As mention, the interface of Chrome OS app launcher is more look Google Now such as search bar as well as time- and context-sensitive cards.
Pumping life of device is a Rockchip 3288 processor paired with 2GB or 4GB of RAM. On storage in term, you’ll see 16GB of onboard memory. Connectivity over WiFi 802.11ac is available, as well as Bluetooth 4.0. Users can enjoy up to eight hours battery life when usage the device.
Reportedly, the new convertible Chromebook by Asus will be available in the United States sometime in June 2015 and expected price of $249.
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