Most Chromebooks we see today have 32GB of storage and 2GB of ram, which is enough to fit the Chrome OS and run it well enough for everyday use in the classroom, but there are more powerful models available that increase both the storage and RAM, giving better functionality for a small price premium.
For those wondering what makes a Chromebook a Chromebook, rather than calling it a laptop or notebook like most portable computers are, it’s a name taken from the operating system that they all use - specifically ChromeOS - the speedy, simple and secure operating system that powers every Chromebook. It’s an operating system that’s made by Google, so it’s fast and easy to use.
While checking out the latest range while looking for high end specifications we quickly found a 64GB / 8GB RAM option in the Chromebook category, the Asus Chomebook Flip, and this incredible slim design really goes to show how far the Chromebook range has evolved, and how premium some of the latest models are!
This ASUS Chromebook Flip C433 features a NanoEdge 14-inch display - with very slim bezels that give it an incredible 85% screen-to-body ratio - for a great viewing experience that makes the most of the space available, and also the unique hinge lets us work in a range of comfortable ways, literally flipping all the way back to become more like a tablet. By using a combination of metals and plastics Asus have given their C433 its stylish contemporary looks, while still being compact, lightweight and portable.
It’s also much more powerful than most thanks to the higher end specifications, which all come together to make a great Chromebook that will let you get more things done.
For some the original Chromebook may be seen as a lightweight laptop with entry level specifications, but they have since evolved into capable multitaskers that can compete with Windows 10 options in terms of performance and value.
Looking for a new, portable computer? You should definitely check out the full range of Chromebooks available today!