The first Chrome OS laptop from Asus appears to be just about ready to ship. The Taiwanese company recently launched its first desktop computer running Google’s Chrome operating system, but we’ve seen suggestions that Asus was also working on Chromebooks.
Now Online Partner has posted a few pictures of the Asus Chromebox and the unannounced Asus C200 Chromebook on Google+.
Detailed specs for the Asus C200 Chromebook aren’t available, but a photo of a sticker on the laptop promises “all-day battery life,” “ultra-thin and light” design, a “larger touchpad,” “high quality audio” and HDMI output.
Like other Chromebooks, Asus C200 customers will also get 100GB of free cloud storage for 2 years with Google Drive.
Asus is also reportedly working on a C300 Chromebook. That model will probably have a 13.3 inch screen while the Asus C200 appears to have an 11.6 inch display.
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