The Google and ASUS Chromebit Turns Monitors into Working Computers

By: Amelia Roblin - Apr 2, 2015
References: asus & tuvie
The cutting-edge Chromebit by Google and ASUS puts the portability of the laptop to shame. The compact computer that you can carry around is responsible for back pain and general inconvenience––two things that are entirely remedied in this innovative design.

With its USB connector, the Chromebit can be easily confused for a basic memory stick. The hardware that you'll discover within it is a condensed version of what you'd find in a whole desktop computer. Integrated dual-band WiFi and a Rockchip quad-core processor enable you to plug this king of all flash drives into a lone monitor, giving you instant access to the wonderful workings of a complete hi-tech setup. With the Chromebit, ASUS and Google are meeting and exceeding a burgeoning consumer interest in truly powerful, pocketable computing machines.

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