In 2011, Google partnered with Asus and Samsung to pioneer a brand of laptops powered entirely by its Chrome browser that it hoped would give budget Windows notebooks a run for their money. In the time since then, Chromebooks have grown more and more accessible – even in their printing capabilities.
Chromebooks have penetrated the market in virtually every class of computer. That even includes categories as niche as rugged 2-in-1 notebooks, to which Asus has introduced its Chromebook Flip C213. At the same time, there are a ton of Chromebooks with more mainstream appeal as well.
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