Review: ASUS Chromebook Flip

This affordable Chromebook blows other models with a metal clad body. It’s also the 2-in-1 Chromebook that transforms into a tablet with just a flip. The 10.6-inch display is one of the better ones we’ve seen on a Chrome-based system, thanks to an In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel.

The screen’s 1,280-by-800 resolution is lower than most Chromebook provide—even the most inexpensive models opt for 1,366-by-768 resolution—but on a 10-inch display, it doesn’t make much difference. The smaller-than-average keyboard will be a turnoff for some, but ultimately, the positives outweigh the negatives.

The Flip has two stereo speakers on its bottom that project adequate-sounding audio. There’s not much in the way of bass, which results in a somewhat hollow sound, but music played from the system is loud and clear unless the device is sitting on your lap, in which case the output often becomes a little muffled.

The Chromebook Flip is a neat little device with a lot of qualities and a lot of bang for the buck. The thing you have to ask yourself is if a device like this makes sense for your needs.

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Bhavika Banwari

A tech connoisseur from India, Bhavika studies Software Engineering. An ardent Android fan, diehard gamer, Bhavika on Androidios will be bringing you the latest Android news and reviews from the front line.

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