Asus quietly declared a new 14-inch Chromebook these days, the C423. There is no pricing data still, but it’s a midrange Chromebook that arrives in two variants: a non-touchscreen one particular that is driven by an Intel Celeron processor, and 1 with a 1080p touchscreen exhibit that is driven by a Pentium N4200.
The organization claims this model is the initially of its Chromebooks to aspect a “NanoEdge design and style,” which signifies it’s bought some pretty thin 5.8mm bezels. The 180-diploma hinge allows the Chromebook lay flat, and it’s been “subjected to a grueling 20,000-cycle open up-and-close exam to make sure lengthy-expression trustworthiness,” the marketing and advertising supplies say.
The battery really should last all over 10 hours, and the unit fortunately rates as a result of a USB-C port. The C423 also options USB 3.1 ports, and a microSD slot. At 16.1mm thickness in an aluminum-finished system, it is just a hair thicker than HP’s new Chromebook x360 14, which was also declared right now.