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Asus Chromebook PC Laptops and Netbooks

Asus was founded in 1989 and has risen to become one of the world's largest PC vendors and manufacturers. The company offers a wide range of Chromebooks and netbooks to suit a wide range of users and uses.

What is an Asus Chromebook?

Unlike laptops and PCs , Asus Chromebooks are used predominantly with the internet and use internet based applications, of which there are thousands. They run Google's Chrome operating system and for users who simply want to connect to the internet they offer a perfect solution.

Asus Chromebooks - the advantages

Asus Chromebooks come with many advantages. They offer excellent battery life, are fast to start up, are small in size and weight and therefore are highly portable and can even perform a basic range of offline tasks. Significantly, they are cheaper than laptops and for users who wish to do no more than connect with the internet they excel.

What is an Asus netbook?

The main differentiator between a Chromebook and a netbook is that netbooks run a standard Windows or Apple Mac operating system. They can also run standard apps from their hard drives. However, in almost all respects, netbooks can be considered a Chromebook, which is why Chromebook and netbook often appear in the same product description. Just like Chromebooks, netbooks are small, highly portable and perfect for connecting to the internet but not suitable for graphic-intensive tasks such as video editing or gaming.

Choosing an Asus Chromebook PC laptop or netbook

Asus Chromebooks and netbooks come in many different shapes, sizes and price points and can be bought either used, manufacturer refurbished or brand new. Key considerations when choosing a Chromebook or netbook are RAM, storage size, screen size, screen resolution and battery life. Principally, the more powerful the components the better the experience although, because web based usage requires such little computing power, even the lowest specified models can provide acceptable performance.

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