New Chromebooks from Google Haier 11, Hisense and Asus Flip
Four years ago, Google released the first Chromebook laptops to facilitate people’s lives, eliminating the daily hassles of conventional computers that constantly driven and want to install new software updates. Many people recognized the Chromebook computers and today they are one of the best selling laptops in Amazon. Teachers, students, companies and ordinary people say they can do more work with Chromebook devices without worrying. They do not have to choose between a computer that can work well, and one that can not afford.
Today Google introduced two new Chromebook laptop: Haier Chromebook 11 (available at Amazon) and Hisense Chromebook (available at Walmart). These new devices are fast, lightweight, withstand a full day of battery and available for pre-order today for $149. These companies join new partners such as TRUE, Xolo, Nexian and existing range of Chrome devices – 11.6-inch Chromebook for $199, 15-inch Chromebook for $ 499, which will come in the next few months as partners Acer, AOPEN, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo and LG.
ASUS Chromebook Flip
Google also showed the new Chromebook device from Asus, called Flip. It has a premium design and all-metal body with 15 mm profile and weighing less than 2 pounds. Asus Chromebook Flip has a large keyboard and touch screen for easy browsing. The device will be available later this spring for $249. This summer Asus will launch a new type of Chrome device called Chromebit. It will be the size of a stick and represents a full computer that will be available for less than $100. When you plug the device into a TV monitor or any compatible screen, it immediately became a computer. This is the perfect upgrade for existing desktop and will be extremely useful solution for schools and businesses.
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