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Chromebook Flip C436 review: ASUS missed the sweet spot


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But mediocre battery life and a very high entry price make it hard to recommend unless you can use Chrome OS for all your computing needs.Like its predecessors, the Chromebook Flip C436 isn’t the most distinctive laptop, but it’s quite well made. I wouldn’t use this machine for extended music-listening sessions, but it’s more than capable in a pinch.As with the past two Chromebook Flip models, the keyboard on the C436 is excellent. That said, the Chromebook Flip C436 has a strong and smooth hinge, whether you flip the screen all the way around or just use it as a laptop. As of this writing, the Flip C436 configuration that I reviewed is priced the same as the Galaxy Chromebook and has the same processor and a 360-degree hinge. If these models are all too pricy, consider the ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 from 2019. The processor isn’t as powerful, and it has less RAM and storage, but it still offers a great screen, keyboard and better battery life than the C436. With a price point just over $500, it’s a solid option.With the Chromebook Flip C436, ASUS did a good job at addressing many of my complaints about last year’s model.

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