ASUS is developing a new mobile computer Chromebook Flip C101 which, as has become clear, will work on Chrome OS from Google and will get the swivel touch screen. The laptop has not yet been presented officially, and the information about it provided regulators from Taiwan, where is the head office of ASUS.
Laptop ASUS Chromebook Flip C101 allegedly will boast very thin for its class case, no more than 16 millimeters, and a record low weight of just 860 grams. It is much less than the standard for ultrabooks, which was adopted by Intel a couple of years ago. About novelty yet little is known, but most importantly, he can work on a single charge up to 16 hours, although this is likely to be associated with a lack of modern toppings. ASUS Chromebook Flip C101 learn to work in the modes of the tablet and the device for presentations, but also run applications written for Google’s Android because this feature was recently implemented in Chrome OS to increase the demand for this software platform by consumers.
It also reported the presence of 32 GB inside the ASUS Chromebook C101 Flip and touch screen with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels at a diagonal of 10.1 inches. Display, by the way, based on the matrix IPS. Thus, ASUS Chromebook Flip C101 will be able to compete with a compact entry-level laptops based on Windows 10 from Microsoft. His announcement is expected at MWC 2017 next week.
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