Yesterday, Google and Asus announced the launch of a new Chromebook device called Chromebook Flip. We get to know that this is the first Chrome device that offers a 360-degree hinge that allows customers to use it both as a tablet and a notebook. According to the Google team, among the highlights of this laptop that will be shipped with Chrome OS 42 version, is the ability to flip the display image and a better handwriting recognition.
Through the guys from pcworld.com we get the chance to see a couple of live pictures with Asus’s new Chromebook. As you can see the 2-in-1 device doesn’t look bulky at all. In case you don’t know, Chrome operating system is based on browser-experience more, but in the same time we can install apps straight from the Chrome Store and some few Android apps.
Getting back to the Chromebook Flip, you must know that this product comes with a 10.1 inch IPS display (1366 x 768 pixels), two full USB 2.0 ports, a microSD card slot, 2 GB of RAM, a Rockchip 3288 processor and HDMI port. There’s also the power and volume rockers, the DC port and the 3.5 mm audio jack. Do you like this new Chromebook device?