21 March 2017
ASUS had launched Chromebook Flip 2 back at the CES 2017 in January with amazingly good specs offering Core M3 processors. While the standard variant in itself proved to be quite a piece of hardware in itself, the company went on to make news as it was suggested that they were going to bring an 8GB RAM variant on top of it.
The company is now ready to retail the new variant of their Chromebook Flip 2 for buyers in the UK who wished to get the better of the 4GB/64GB variant of the same. The new model features 64GB of onboard storage coupled with 8GB of RAM which might just prove to be a welcome bonus over the original one making it outclass the likes of HP’s Chromebook 13 and Google’s own Chromebook Pixel.
ASUS has made it clear on its UK website that the Chromebook would feature Intel’s Core M7 processor which could prove to make a huge difference. The newer variant of the Chromebook Flip C302CA would start shipping soon for a retail price of £712.99 for the Core M3/8GB/64GB model and could be the powerful machine you’ve always wished to have. Check out the source link if you hail from the UK and wish to know where to get the new variant from.