Google’s Chromebook has been successful in attracting businesses and education institutions seeking budget-friendly laptops.
While “thumb” computers — such as the Amazon Fire Stick and Google Chromecast — have their uses, they lack the power and capabilities of a full-fledged PC. That’s where Google Chromebit fits in. Due this summer from ASUS, it’s essentially a Chromebook in a tiny form factor that can turn any HDMI-capable TV or monitor into a fully functioning PC.
With a price point of $99, the device will provide enterprise IT staff with a field day coming up with creative business uses for these micro PCs. Don’t believe me? Check out a few of the ideas below.