Asus is now offered the new school-oriented Chromebook Flip C213 …
July 14, 2017 - chromebook
Asus announced a Chromebook Flip C213 during CES this year as a device for schools. It’s a ruggedized Chromebook with a 360-degree hinge that has rubber bumpers and “modular construction,” so IT departments can reinstate several pieces if kids destroy a thing. Specs-wise, it facilities an 11.6-inch touchscreen arrangement and a battery that can reportedly final for adult to 12 hours. Asus says a arrangement is Full HD, though a fortitude is usually listed as 1366×768. It’s also got:
- Intel Apollo Lake Dual-Core N3350 Processor
- 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage
- Two USB-C ports; dual USB Type-A ports; microSD label reader; and a headphone jack
- HD front-facing camera and 5-megapixel rear-facing camera
The device costs $349 now with a potion and stylus chronicle (maybe for adults?) rising in Sep for $399. Asus announced this device during a same time Acer debuted another education-oriented Chromebook, a Chromebook Spin 11. Both companies are clearly perplexing to conquer some-more of a propagandize market, nonetheless Chromebooks already reportedly represent half a educational market. I’m not certain how mostly they refurbish their lines, though during slightest now they have a ruggedized, modular Asus option.
Update 7/12 , 8:36 AM ET: Updated to explain shade resolution.