Asus refreshes its bestselling Chromebook convertible at CES 2019
We've already seen a bunch of head turning laptops from Asus at CES 2019, including the monstrous ROG Mothership, and the ultrathin ZenBook F13.
Now, we've got a new convertible Chromebook, the Flip C434, which starts at $569.
And it's got some pretty big shoes to fill.
It replaces the company's chromebook c302, a breakout hit that's currently the top ranked best seller in Amazon's 2 on 1 category.
The new model has.
Has a new look and a bigger display you now get a 14-inch fhd screen surrounded by a relatively thin bezel a pervasive feature of a sus laptops at CES this year.
It's also a bit heftier weighing in at three point two pounds, but the biggest changes are on the inside twice as much RAM and storage as its predecessor and a much more powerful processor.
We'll see more and more highly capable laptops run in chrome the $500 to $600 dollar range, the flip C434 looks like another example that shows just how far the chrome book has come.
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