Asus’ Chromebook Flip looks and feels great, unless you’re typing on it
Jul 16, 2015, 05:00 (1 Talkback[s])
Not to sound like a broken record, but the “perfect” Chromebook doesn’t yet exist.
Each one of these laptops has one or two really great points counterbalanced by one or two unfortunate compromises. Usually, you’re either trading performance for general aesthetics and build quality or the other way around. Chromebooks with nice screens tend to have slower internals, and Chromebooks with better internals are usually generic plastic laptops with faded, cheap LCD panels. And of course, there’s always the Chromebook Pixel, perfect in pretty much every way except that $999 price tag.