ASUS has today launched the ChromeBook Flip C100 convertible laptop. It is the new 10-inch Chromebook is a sleek machine weighing somewhat 2 pounds and is only 0.6-inches thick. It supports up to 10 finger-input simultaneously on the IPS display, you can flip the screen around to use the C100 just as comfortably as a tablet.
The device provides backup of 9 hours of battery, which isn't bad. It runs on Google's Chrome OS, It sports a Rockchip 3288-C quad-core clocked at 1.8GHz CPU, 2GB/4GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.It also supports Bluetooth 4.1, a HD camera, as well as two USB 2.0 ports, micro HDMI and integrated SD card reader.
The price tag is $249 or $299 (depending on configuration), it's an affordable option for those seeking a sleek new machine, powered by Google's computing platform. As seen already, ASUS has made the laptop available on the company's online store, as well as Newegg.com and .
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The 10.1-inch WXGA display features a detailed 1280x800 resolution and IPS technology for ultra-wide viewing angles and accurate color representation. It supports multi-touch with up to 10 fingers and can flip from 0 to 360 degrees to instantly transform the Flip C100 from ChromeBook with a comfortable 97-percent full-size keyboard to a slim tablet for media consumption with ease.
The ASUS ChromeBook Flip C100 will be available immediately in the US from the ASUS eStore, Newegg.com and Amazon.com. Please visit ASUS.com or contact your local ASUS representative for further information.