Chromebooks have quickly become excellent replacements for Android tablets since the arrival of Android apps on Chrome OS. However, most Chromebooks have a pretty huge difference in size compared your average Android tablet. Now, ASUS is helping to solve that issue with the arrival of its refreshed 10.1-inch Chromebook Flip.
ASUS Chromebook Flip Stories September 21, 2017
ASUS Chromebook Flip Stories May 31, 2017
2017 has been a pretty solid year for Chromebooks, with Android apps renewing interest from manufacturers. While Samsung’s Chromebook Plus and Pro have captured the attention of many, the ASUS C302CA follows up on previous models from the company as one awesome machine. However, ASUS wasn’t so quick to update what started the 2-in-1 design for Chrome OS, until now.
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ASUS Chromebook Flip Stories February 22, 2017
ASUS gave us a treat earlier this year with its new convertible Chromebook, the C302. In many ways, this was the improved convertible Chromebook we had been waiting for after the company’s first attempt in the original Chromebook Flip. However, it wasn’t a true successor. Now, though, it seems like the company may have one of those on the way…
ASUS Chromebook Flip Stories September 22, 2016
Earlier this month Google released Chrome OS version 53 to the stable channel, but it was held back on certain models, specifically, those which have Google Play support. That changed today as Google officially released the latest update for the Acer Chromebook R11 and the ASUS Chromebook Flip, both of which come with full Google Play support for the first time on the stable channel…
ASUS Chromebook Flip Stories August 26, 2015
ASUS announced the brand new Chromebook Flip just a couple of months ago, and we’ve been able to get our hands on it. It comes shipped with the usual essentials in a rather unremarkable brown cardboard box. But it’s the notebook itself that’s more important here. It’s an all-metal affair with a 360-degree flip-able 10.1-inch touchscreen. On first impressions, it seems fantastic.