The Chromebook market is getting more and more saturated with devices at varying price points. ASUS is one of the main players with notebooks starting from $149. But it also wants to cover the higher end of this market and that’s why we get the new Chromebook Flip. A previous slip-up already told us a lot about the device, but now it is officially unveiled.
The Chromebook Flip comes with a 12.5” Full HD multi-touch display that rotates 360 degrees and you can use it as a hefty tablet if that's your thing. The CPU comes in two options - Intel’s m3 or m7. The RAM is 4GB/8GB and the internal storage comes in 32/64/128 GB.
The Chromebook Flip weights less than 1.2 kg and is just 13.7mm thick. The 360-degree hinge lets you use it in Tent Mode, as a tablet, as a proper laptop or in a Stand Mode. The battery is 39 Wh and ASUS promises up to 10 hours of battery life.
There are two USB Type-C 3.1 slots and a microSD one. The new Chromebook Flip starts from $499 for the cheapest option with m3 CPU, 4GB RAM and 32GB storage.
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