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    Tech Tuesday: Chrome OS Tablets and What to Expect

    With the Asus Chromebook Flip finally rolled out to consumers, the era of the Chrome OS tablet has officially begun. But wait, a Chrome OS tablet? How does it make itself technically different from an Android tablet? Here are a few pointers that would give hints as to how you should see them in future models and [iterations]. Desktop to desktop, tablet to tablet In concept, the visual environment and default interface of the Chrome OS on a touchscreen might feel very similar to early Windows 7–based tablets. It’s not too difficult to access, but then again it’s not very intuitive either. However, the Asus Chromebook Flip completely turns this idea…

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    Chromebook Flip to get its own Acer version

    Acer’s latest Chromebook Flip might be just around the corner now, but it seems that the company isn’t the only one planning for a convertible Chromebook model release this year. Acer had also, in fact, set sights on releasing their own, and it might even be unveiled or released at around the same time as Asus’ flagship Chromebook. The Acer C738T is introduced as an 11.6-inch, 1.4 kg Chromebook that, much like the Chromebook Flip, mainly features a yoga-bending 360-degree hinge. News about the upcoming Chromebook model was first leaked from a confirmed German tech article, which also revealed some of its specifications. Most notably, this new Chromebook will feature…