ASUS announced this year at the CES Conference the Chromebook Flip C213 as a school and education device, a shock-resistant device with hinges that can move the screen 360 degrees as well as the Modular design.
The device has rubber bumpers, and the modular design allows easy installation and change of accessories to be able to replace various pieces if the children destroy any of them. The device features an 11.6-inch touch screen and a 12-hour battery.
The device comes with the Intel’s Apollo Lake Dual-Core N3350 processor with 4 GB RAM, 64GB internal memory; supports two USB-C ports, two USB Type A ports, a microSD card port, and a jack jack for headphones; And a 5 megapixel rear camera.
The cost of the device is currently $ 349 for the version that comes by electronic, and another version will be officially launched in September at a cost of $ 399. At the same time, Acer will launch the Chromebook Spin 11, which is also for schools and education. Both companies are trying to take more space in the school hardware market, although Chromebooks already have half of the school hardware and education market.