About this item
- 10.1-inch (1280 x 800) LCD Touchscreen Display
- Rockchip RK3026 Processor (Quad-Core, 1.8GHz, 2MB Cache)
- 16GB SATA III Hard Disk Drive (HDD)
- 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x HDMI
- 1MP Webcam and Integrated Microphone
ASUS Chromebook Flip (C100PA-DB02).
Surprisingly small and fast huge battery and a good touch screen keyboard and hinged screen is a bit small and low level. But good enough if you were for the Chromebook, which is very good.
Value for the dollar introduction using the flip out of the Chromebook for a little over a week and wanted to share my
thoughts on how to live with it as a college student. So I wanted a
a lightweight Chromebook that I could take to campus and use for homeschooling.
And consuming the media this was the first Prom Book I found that really caught my attention because of its versatility.
The build quality screen and price when I first started considering the Chromebook.
I was afraid that the green 10 would…be frustratingly small when trying to work with multiple windows open,
after using it as a primary machine.
Rarely do I feel that the screen interferes with my
workflow. I find that the screen is also small for running two windows at the same time. While you can do that, it’s frustrating.
The experience and starts to feel like you’re looking at two phone screens
sitting side by side, so instead I set all the windows to full screen mode and quickly switch between them using the
I never felt hampered using this method.
If you want more workspace, there’s a
full-screen button on the keyboard that removes the bottom taskbar Bab navigator.And the search bar, and bookmarks placing the cursor at the top or bottom
screen or swiping at the top or bottom with your finger will return
bars, which can be useful. If you’re only using one window because it makes switching between windows and screens what I’m used to.
The size of the display is so large that my 4 year /o 15 6 laptop now looks comically large.
It’s important to note that my laptop has a 760 HP display, while the Chromebook has an 800 P. The display means that the Chromebook has
approximately the same amount of screen real estate due to
everything looks smaller. The IPS display has very good viewing angles much better than on my laptop.
The screen gets bright enough and dim enough for all the situations I used for if you set the brightness to the lowest point turns the display.
Turn it off and keep running your programs
in the background so you can listen to podcasts and music without
battery-powered display. The sucking life was exceptional compared to my laptop, which lasts a measly hour.
The Chromebook flip off reaches 6 to 8 hours depending on my unscientific assessment. I can usually go
two to three days with no charge.
So far, I only use it for a few hours a day.
I’ve only fully drained it once in one day, and that’s because I’ve been doing schoolwork all day.
With it fully charged in about two hours
Performance I was skeptical of the rock ship processor as it was not an I brand.
Was familiar as Intel, however I had no problem with performance through dense websites can be choppy first. But secondly, loaded it gets buttery smooth.
The Chromebook has trouble playing 60 frames per second.
YouTube videos with drop down frames buffer every few seconds.
From what I’ve heard it sounds more like a Chrome OS issue than the processor itself scrolling long.
PDFs of 10 plus pages can also be uneven, but it’s not unbearable at all. This is the 4GB model I bought, so I can’t comment on the input of the 2GB version /.
The conclusion sins my opinion the Chromebook flip comes with the perfect amount.
Ports it has 2 USB to 0 ports a headphone/microphone jack micro HDMI port and a micro-SD card slot.
The USB wireless mouse connects seamlessly on the first drive, which is much better than most Windows laptops.
I wish the HDMI port was full-sized, but it’s
better than not having it at all looking at macro USB ports to
provide power so you can charge your
phone from the Chromebook. Even when the Chromebook is unplugged the Chrome OS doesn’t support all file formats.
I can play mp4 with no problem, but no.
Bobby video, so keep that in mind if there is a specific file format, you check the list of supported
file formats in the Chromebook. Have an extra
set of volume controls and an extra power button on the left side. The keyboard half volume controls
Is useful when using the Chromebook as a tablet, but I found the power button.
Being a completely useless press of anything that holds it down doesn’t lock the Chromebook and keep it even
A longer click on the Chromebook.