ASUS Announces 4 New Devices To Its Chrome OS Lineup

Some new devices meant for the classroom.
04 January 2019 / 19:29MYT

Right before a major showcase for the upcoming CES 2019, ASUS has announced 4 new products ahead of their presentations. These 4 new devices utilises the Chrome OS, which was created for classrooms in mind.

The most notable of these announcements include the company’s first Chrome OS tablet, the CT1000 tablet. It’s made with younger kids in mind, with the chassis being made up of thick rubber, which makes it pretty durable. There’s also a 9.7-inch QXGA display, as well as 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage.

Next is the Chromebook Flip C214, a laptop-tablet hybrid with a 360-degree hinged display screen. It has a 11.6-inch HD display with anti-glare coating, making it perfect for lessons inside and outside of the classroom. It’s backed up by an N4000 and optional N4100 Celeron processor, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage complemented by expansion via MicroSD or USB Type-A.

Lastly are a pair of laptops, the C204 and the C403. Both have a 180-degree hinge, allowing students to use it flat on their classroom desks. The C204 has an 11-inch display, while the C403 comes with a 14-inch display. Both also come with 4GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage.


More news of the ASUS’ 2019 Chrome OS lineup will be coming up as CES 2019 draws near. So far, they’re doing a pretty great job at providing students with a great tool to learn from in school.

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