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
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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