Earlier this year, both Google and ASUS announced the launch of Chromebit, a computer based on the Chrome operating system presented in a HDMI device the size of a pendrive traditional. Now, the two companies have made this new way of using Chrome official on any screen with an HDMI port.
The Chromebit has a cost of only 80 euros and weighs 75 grams. It is a device that can be connected to any device that has an HDMI port, either a normal computer screen or a large TV. It has 16GB of internal storage and 2GB of RAM.
This new device it's like a bigger and bulky version of the old Chromecast. Like this, the Chromebit includes a charger and also incorporates a USB port, unlike Chromecast. The device comes in two colors: cocoa black and orange tangerine, but, despite your size, it is a modest device that is easily lost between the screen, leaving the prominence to it.
Although it is likely that most users choose to use a mouse and keyboard connected by Bluetooth, the incorporation of the USB port also allows the connection of wired peripherals. Also, for being a complete computer with the Chrome system, users can run virtually any application and they can enjoy movies and TV shows from Google Play, Netflix or Hulu, just like any other device with Chrome operating system.
In the United States, Chromebit be available on Amazon and on Frys and Newegg. The device is also marketed in Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Taiwn and the United Kingdom.
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