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Asus enters the small but growing Chrome OS tablet market – Review Geek



Full tablets that are supported by Google Chrome OS are not very bad on the ground, but Pixel Slate, now available to users, is growing faster. Asus, a popular maker of Chromebooks, introduces its first model at CES.

The Chromebook Tablet CT1

00 – which is a tablet, not a "book" of any note-like description and has no keyboard, shares much of the similarities with Acer's first Chrome OS tablet. Its 9,7-inch, 2048×1536-pixel screen runs on an ARM-based rock-chip processor with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of flash memory, bringing its hardware closer to an entry-level iPad than a pixel competitor. The extension comes from a MicroSD card slot and a USB-C port.

Asus claims the CT100 was designed for "young children" and has rubber coated the body that can stand one meter from a meter. 2-megapixel and 5-megapixel cameras on the front and back are nothing special, but the supplied pen slides into the tablet's own slot, which is not always self-evident in today's market.

The CT100 has no price or release date yet, but given its specifications and target, I would expect it to be under $ 400. We'll probably see more of that after the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week.

Source: Asus via Liliputing

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