When it comes to Chromebooks, it’s usually hard justifying a price tag of more than around $400. Normally, these devices offer lower performance and a narrower experience range than their traditional laptop counterparts. ASUS has recently launched such a device. It’s called the ASUS Chromebook C425, and the model I’ll be reviewing today is the 14-inch C425TA-DH384.
Following the huge success that the Flip 2-in-1 C100PA turned out to be, ASUS have recently released a new and slightly improved version of the already popular Chromebook. The ASUS C100PA-DS03 is a step forward, and for such a small price difference between the two, it would be unwise to choose the old model over this one.
The new ASUS Chromebook Flip C302CA-DHM4 is a 2-in-1 convertible laptop that runs on Chrome OS. This is the second device of this type I’ve seen hit the shops, after the Samsung I’ve reviewed a couple of days ago.
Samsung have launched one of the most beautiful and thought-out Chromebook the market has seen. It’s an innovative convertible device, entirely made out of metal and it’s called the Samsung Chromebook Plus. The model I’m reviewing here is named XE513C24-K01US.
The new series of Chromebooks from Acer feature a couple of promising ultra portable devices with great characteristics at reasonable prices if we also factor in the bud quality. The Chromebook 14 CB3-431-C7VZ model is probably the most attractive of them all.