Asus created a tablet for the first time that operates on Chrome OS, and it is created keeping students in mind. The Chromebook Tablet CT100 comes with a 9.7-inch display and is supposed to be defended against drops by its tempered glass display and rubberized chassis. Chrome OS is comparatively new to tablets, and it has majorly been put in employment in classrooms where it has dominated US sales in recent times. The newest tablet from Asus offers schools one more option in the list.
The Chromebook Tablet by Asus is fueled by a hexa-core OP1 chip and it has 32 GB of internal memory and 4 GB of RAM. It comes with a USB-C port, and the firm states that the device has “a complete school day” of battery life. This means 7 Hours on a single charge. For those who wish for both a tablet and a laptop, Asus is also renovating its 2-in-1 Chromebook. The new device retains its precursor’s 360-degree hinge and 11.6-inch touchscreen.