ASUS Chromebook C100PA-DB01 10.1″ IPS WXGA (1280800), glossy (Silver), ROCKCHIP RK3288 1.8GHz Quad-Core, 2GB LPDDR3 on board, 16GB SSD, Mali-T764, 802.11AC, Bluetooth 4.1, Chrome OS

3 thoughts on “ASUS Chromebook Flip 10.1-Inch Convertible 2 in 1 Touchscreen (Rockchip, 2 GB, 16GB SSD, Silver)

  1. Lon J. Seidman says:

    Unique design, excellent software integration The Asus Chromebook flip might be the first device to offer the best of both ChromeOS and soon Android.At $249 for the 2 gigabyte version or $279 for the 4GB it is very reasonably priced for the quality of the build and performance. If you are seeing higher prices it is because third party sellers are marking it up over retail here on Amazon. It is powered by a Rockchip RK3288 processor that delivers performance on par with Intel powered devices at the same price point. Battery life is outstanding with easily 8-10 hours of use between charges.What I like best is what Google is doing with the interface here. It seamlessly moves from tablet mode to keyboard mode, with windows going full screen when the keyboard flips backward. It also has a really interesting handwriting recognition engine for text input.Asus continues to impress me with what they are able to sell for sub $300 prices. This device is all…

  2. Alex CK says:

    The Good, the Bad & the Ugly + Tips I am going to start the review for the device itself the Asus C-100 Flip Chromebook, then below you will see a review for the Chrome OS, if this is your first Chromebook as it is for me I recommend you read it, I will explain what you can expect of the OS, without the flowers and birds that Google, the Chromebook manufacturers and those excellent reviewers in the Tech sites tell you.I bought this Chromebook with the idea of having a simple right to the point laptop / or a tablet with an attached keyboard, It is not the first time that I have a similar device, I owned a HP laptop, that was convertible it was a touch screen, flip tablet/laptop HP TX-2500 model year 2008, so the idea of a flip screen, touch screen, keyboard on screen and physical keyboard is already very old. I did some upgrades and the end it was running Win 8.1 64 bit with a Samsung SSD 250GB, and 4GB memory. (I gave it to my niece who is going to college). Link to:…

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