Asus to launch new Chromebook in India via Flipkart on 15th July

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Asus is making its name in India with its wide range of laptops for all segments of the budget; however, in India, recently, Chromebooks are on the rise, much like the rest of the world. Makers like HP and Acer are few companies that have launched a lot of Chromebooks recently in India.

So, we haven’t seen a lot of competition in the Chromebook market, and HP has many of them available in India already. The newest HP Chromebook 11a is one of the best for its budget, while the new Acer Chromebook is also a good example of an affordable laptop great for entry-level users.

Today, Flipkart has teased a new launch of Asus product and considering their deep partnership seeing a new launch isn’t that surprising. In the image, we see a shopping cart, Play Store and School bench and apps highlighted with a tagline Advancing to Simpler Times.


This clearly signifies a new Chromebook launch on Flipkart on 15th July at 12 PM, and we will be letting you know then which device Asus India will be launching. It could be the Asus Chromebook Flip C436 2-in-1 laptop or ASUS Chromebook Flip CM3 and Detachable CM3, or even Asus Chromebook Flip CX5 or the Asus Chromebook CX9.

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