|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1280 x 800|
|Max Screen Resolution||1280*800 pixels|
|Processor||1.8 GHz Rockchip RK3288|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3|
|Chipset Brand||ARM Mali|
|Wireless Type||802.11 A/C|
ASUS Chromebook Flip 10.1-Inch Convertible 2 in 1 Touchscreen (Rockchip, 4 GB, 16GB SSD, Silver)
|Price:||$249.00 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Rockchip 1.8 GHz Processor
- 4 GB DDR3 RAM
- Can open/edit MS Office files using free embedded QuickOffice editor or Google Docs, and can download Microsoft Office Online (an online version of Microsoft Office) for free. Cannot install standard MS Office software.
- Storage : 16GB Solid State Storage; No CD or DVD drive
- 10.1 inches 1280*800 pixels LED-lit Screen
- Chrome Operating System; Silver Chassis
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|Item Weight||2 pounds||3.42 pounds||2.43 pounds||Information not provided|
|Processors||rockchip rk3288 1.8 GHz||celeron n3150 1.6 GHz||intel turbo n2840 2.16 GHz||amd a series 2 GHz|
|Operating System||Chrome OS||Chrome||Chrome||other|
|Memory||4 GB DDR3||4 GB DDR3||2 GB DDR3L SDRAM||0 GB DDR3 SDRAM|
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|Graphics Coprocessor||Information not provided||Intel HD Graphics||Intel HD Graphics||Radeon|
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From the Manufacturer
One Device, Four Ways to Use It
Introducing the all-new ASUS Chromebook Flip C100, a touchscreen Chromebook featuring a 360-degree hinge that enables it to function in a variety of modes. From note taking in class to sharing videos with friends at a local coffee shop to pulling all-nighters, the ASUS Chromebook C100 lets you communicate, share and play in a variety of ways.
Flip the C100 into notebook mode and use its full keyboard and large touchpad with multi-finger gesture support to research and write that important thesis paper.
The 10.1-inch HD (1200 x 800) IPS display with wide viewing angle and multi-touch capability enhances your Chrome OS experience in every usage scenario. ASUS-exclusive touch sensor technology offers accurate and responsive touch so you can be confident that what you touch will be processed without lag.
Innovative, Functional Design
The ASUS Chromebook Flip was designed aesthetically to turn heads and functionally to withstand your active lifestyle. Featuring a seamless aluminum chassis, it is stronger, more durable and sleeker than the average plastic chassis Chromebook. Weighing in at 2 pounds with a thickness of only 0.6-inch, the ASUS Chromebook Flip confidently goes wherever and whenever you go.
All-Day Battery Life
Power outlets are sometimes hard to find when you are on-the-go. The ASUS Chromebook Flip is capable of handling your all-day computing needs with up to 9 hours* of battery life so you can get more things done with enough 'juice' so you can work, play, watch, and more!
*Battery life varies based on settings and use.
With a built-in micro HDMI, USB ports, and a micro-SD card reader, ASUS Chromebook Flip makes data transferring and sharing easy and fast. The HDMI port allows you to connect with a larger external display or TV so you can share presentations or stream movies with family and friends. The built-in mrico-SD card reader supports up to 64GB for extra storage. Finally, to support an always-connected lifestyle, the Chromebook Flip features latest generation 802.11ac Wi-Fi.
Special Holiday Promotion: Get free goodies
1) Free 100 GB storage with Google Drive*
Save all your photos, videos, and documents in Google Drive to access them anywhere and share them with anyone.
2) 12 free Gogo in-air internet passes**
Get online at 10,000 feet with free Gogo in-air internet passes. Includes 12 Gogo inflight Wi-Fi passes.
3) Unlimited music from Google Play Music***
Subscribe to Google Play Music from your Chromebook and the first 90 days are free. Download music to play even when you’re not connected. Enjoy expertly curated radio for what you’re doing, how you’re feeling, or what you want to hear. Plus, bring your personal music collection with you. Upload 50,000 of your own songs to listen on your phone, tablet and the web, for free
*You'll have storage for 2 years, starting on the date you redeem the offer. Accessing online files requires an internet connection. This offer is tied to your device and is non-transferable. If this device is returned, extra storage will be revoked. Offer must be redeemed within 180 days of your device activation. Offer is available in all countries where Google Drive is available. Offer can only be redeemed once per device. Used, open-box, and refurbished devices are not eligible for the offer.
**Offer valid until Dec 31, 2015 and passes are valid for 12 months from the date the offer is redeemed. In order to redeem the offer, you must be on a Gogo-enabled domestic US flight. This offer is tied to your device and is non-transferable. Offer can only be redeemed once per device. Used, open-box, and refurbished devices are not eligible for the offer.
***Promotion only open to US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, France, Ireland, Netherland, Norway, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand (each an 'Eligible Territory') residents who have purchased a Chromebook between November 8, 2015 and midnight PST on January 31, 2016. Offer only available to customers who are not current Google Play Music subscribers, have not been Google Play Music subscribers nor participated in a Google Play Music trial in the past 12 months. Offer must be redeemed by February 16, 2016. Valid form of payment required at sign-up but will not be automatically charged until the trial expires. Then you will be charged the standard subscription price, per month. You can cancel your trial at no charge at any time before the trial is over. Offer requires a Google account.
Top Customer Reviews
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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 metal, has a really nice keyboard despite the small key sizes, and even delivers an IPS display.
TL;DR/BLUF This thing will do everything your PC will do. And the battery lasts longer.
* The body of this device is well built, the case is all metal. The only plastic is surrounding the hinge.
* I forget to plug this in all the time. I am using it all the time and it will easily last a work day for me.
* The Keyboard is a chiclet style which I love. It is a bit small for my fingers, but not overly uncomfortable. When it is in tablet mode it is disabled which is a nice feature. And an onscreen keyboard is available. the key presses are the right depth and response. It is not easy to get hair in between the keys.
* The screen is glass. I can see the screen all the way to 180 degrees. I have hairy pets and the screen collects fur almost as much as my couch. It also collects fingerprints because it is a capacitive touch screen. The touch screen has been very responsive. However, hitting the small little X to close a tab in chrome with my big fingers does not always work.
* Touchpad is responsive, but not too responsive. On the ASUS T100 hovering my thumbs over the keyboard caused mouse movements. That does not happen with this device. The multifunctions work well. Duel fingers for right clicking etc.
* I rarely use this as a tablet, but the function is there and the OS flips smoothly.
* Office tools I use the google tools found in the store. While on the plane or in places with not internet I use the offline mode which allows me to continue to work. And then I can share the documents easily with drive.Read more ›
Ok, I've checked the WiFi connectivity of my primary unit and the second one I got for my better half. Both function at my place and my parent's place. So I'm pretty sure it's the bogus WiFi at my place of work =/
I'm relieved that it's not a fault with my C100. Yay Asus!
Update - 08/19/2015
This thing continues to impress. I've set up Chrome Remote Desktop to remotely access my now only windows PC (gaming) and it works flawlessly. I'm able to run windows applications in house from my desktop easily and setup was a snap. Kudos to Google for provided a very solid remote desktop solution. I've also ran games like WoW and Hearthstone on my C100 using this method for poops and giggles. It worked surprisingly well, especially hearthstone. All that's required is an internet connection. I may actually re-purpose some hardware and build an ESXi server and virtualize a 'working environment' solely for Chromebook access. VMware VSphere has a web client so I think I'll be able to directly access virtual windows/linux directly from my Chromebook without the need to first use Chrome Remote Desktop.
Very pleased with my purchase. I will defin
Update - 08/03/2015
I'm still loving my C100. I went out of town on a trip and this guy kept me connected no problem. Now that I'm back, and back at work (day job), my C100 has issues connecting to the company WiFi. I've never had issues in the hotel, on the road connected via phone wireless hot spot, and at home. My job's network does leave a lot to be desired though so that may have something to do with it. I've tested by putting my phone in Wireless Hot Spot mode and it connected flawlessly. I'll try on my home network and report back.Read more ›
This review is for the Asus Chromebook Flip 4 GB RAM model
I've been using Chromebooks for quite a while, and have purchased various HP and Asus models for members of my family. I also use a Windows 7 laptop for work, and a Windows 10 desktop at home for a home theater PC (which I also access remotely from my current Chromebook laptop, the Toshiba Chromebook 2 (4 GB RAM/HD Screen model), and two other Linux (Ubuntu and Mint) machines.
I like the idea of Chromebooks for general purpose computing for the following main reasons:
- Fast operation - pop them open and be working in seconds
- Best battery life of any OS
- Safe and secure, no viruses, adware, etc.
There are a some things that Chromebooks are not great at, like editing video, but honestly, I do very little of that, and have several other more capable machines that I use for those few times a year when I need to edit videos. One thing that has really improved with Chrome OS is the availability of photo editing apps, like Pixlr, which are excellent, and work offline.
I used to have an iPad, but found it too limiting. I replaced that with a Nexus 7-2013, and although it has been a great device, it is just too small, and is really not great at doing real work. This has been my go-to device for flying, however, and I have a bluetooth keyboard cover for it that works reasonably well, but the keyboard is tiny and hard to type accurately on.
I am replacing the Nexus 7 with the Asus Chromebook Flip.Read more ›
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