ASUS has added four new gadgets to its Chrome OS lineup, including the brand’s first tablet running the operating system. In the same way as other Chrome OS gadgets, every one of the four is intended for use in the classroom, built with hard bodies and adaptable pivots to have the capacity to withstand misuse.
The tablet (model CT100) was particularly made for more young children and has a thick rubber treated chassis and a 9.7-inch QXGA display that is shrouded in solid tempered glass. It likewise has 4GB of RAM, 32GB of locally available capacity and is fueled by Hexa-core OP1 processor made for Chromebooks.
Next section in the rundown is the Chromebook Flip C214 – a follow-up to the C213 – which likewise has a tough outside, spill-proof console and a 360-degree hinge. Since it’s intended to be utilized as a workstation or as a tablet, ASUS put its worldview camera in the base right corner of the palm rest for usability when in tablet mode. It’s controlled by Intel N4000 or N4100 Celeron processor, has 4GB of RAM and 32GB of capacity, which can be extended by means of microSD or by means of external storage through its USB Type-A port.
The staying two models are the two PCs with 180-degree pivots, so they can lie level and enable gatherings of students to cooperate utilizing one gadget. C204 has a 11.6-inch HD display, while C403 has a 14-inch HD display. The two models accompany 4GB of RAM, 32GB of capacity, USB Type-C and Type-A ports, and also a microSD card space. The C204 will be controlled by an Intel dual-core Celeron processor, yet ASUS didn’t indicate the C403’s CPU, other than saying that it’s likewise dual-core.
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