Today’s tech news: The ASUS Chromebook Flip now even better

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The Asus has announced the new Chromebook Flip C434 in CES 2019 which is an update to 2017’s Flip C302.

The Chromebook Flip C434 adding the features of a 360-degree hinge which makes it to used as a tablet. And the laptop is an aluminium design that gives it a premium look. Coming to processor Asus has added Intel 8th generation CPUs which is other new features in the Chromebook Flip C434.

Which is also included features with a 14-inch NanoEdge display running at full-HD resolution. And the same technology will seen earlier on Asus’ ZenBook laptops. With the display technology Asus build laptops with much smaller bezels, precisely less than 0.5-inch in this case. The Chromebook Flip C434 design  with a full-sized backlit keyboard.

Asus offering three processor options, which are Intel Core m3-8100Y, Intel Core i5-8200Y, and Intel Core i7-8500Y. The RAM can extended up to 8GB, and storage is available up to 128GB (eMMC).

Coming to connectivity include Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0, three USB 3.1 ports (two Type-C and a single Type-A). The battery was included with a 48Whr. And also a microSD card reader and an audio combo jack as well.

Asus had announced four new durable Chromebooks before CES 2019. Which will include its first Chrome OS-based tablet. All the four devices are a part of new Chromebook Education series laptops while the Chromebook Flip C434 is the premium one.

Meanwhile, TUF Gaming series has also expanded, with Asus revealing a new TUF Gaming K7 keyboard. And The TUF Gaming BP2700 Backpack, a P3 durable mouse pad. And also new gaming laptops the FX505 and FX705 which have an AMD Ryzen 5 processor and an AMD Radeon RX 560X graphics card.

The Asus Chromebook Flip C434 will available in market in a month. According to the company the  prices will starting from $569 (roughly Rs. 39,600).