Google Releases New Chrome Devices

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Google has recently launched a brand new range of devices based on Chrome OS. These devices include the Chromebit; a dongle that can be connected to a TV or a monitor and convert it into a Chromebook. The other releases include; the Asus Chromebook Flip, the Hisense Chromebook and Haier Chromebook 11.Google Releases new Chrome Devices 4

The Chromebit is the latest device that is capable of being plugged into any HDMI port and converting the parent device of HDMI port into a Chrome PC. According to Google, the device is smaller than a candy bar and it is astonishing to see how technology has progressed so far.Google Releases new Chrome Devices 3

Chromebit makes use of a Rockchip 3288 SoC (system on a chip) along with an ARM Mali 760 quad-core GPU, 2GB RAM, 16GB of eMMC memory with a USB 2.0 port and Wifi 802.11 ac support while also sporting Bluetooth 4.0. The device will be available in Northern hemisphere in summer at a price of less than $100.Google Releases new Chrome Devices

Moving on to the next device; Asus Chromebook Flip – a new Chromebook that flaunts a complete metal design. It is less than 0.59 inches thick and is being promoted as an ultra-portable device. Its weight is less than 907 g and features a keyboard and a touchscreen. The Chromebook can be flipped and used as a table as well. It shall be available in spring in Northern Hemisphere with a price tag of $249.Google Releases new Chrome Devices 2

The Hisense Chromebook and Haier Chromebook 11 are affordably economical. Both of them are priced at less than $149. These are conventional 11.6-inch Chromebooks that have a 10-hour battery life thus allowing most people to work throughout the day.

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