Besides all these new Windows 10 gaming laptops and convertibles, ASUS has also unveiled something bit different - a new Chromebook. The new Chromebook is a successor to a relatively inexpensive Chromebook Flip C100 which was unveiled back in 2015.
The new Flip C101 now has a faster chip - the ARM-based Rockchip 3288-C is replaced with the slightly-faster Rockchip RK3399. Other changes include the addition of two USB Type-C ports for charging and data transfer, a microSD card for storage expansion, one USB Type-A port, and a headphone jack. ASUS has not yet revealed pricing or availability.