Google has launched a new set of Chromebooks as well as a Chrome OS HDMI stick. There are Chromebooks from ASUS, Haier, Hisense, and others. The HDMI stick is called the Chromebit and it comes from ASUS. The Chromebit will be available for just $100 beginning this summer and it includes a Rockchip processor.
The Chromebit can create a Chrome OS-powered desktop and the device should last a full day on a single charge.
ASUS has a Chromebook called the Chromebook Flip which costs $249 and includes a convertible touchscreen. The all-metal Chromebook Flip is 15 mm thin, weighs less than two pounds, and includes up to 4 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage.
Other Chromebooks from Haier and Hisense come in at $149 and Amazon is already accepting pre-orders for the Haier Chromebook 11. That computer has a 10-hour battery, 11.6-inch display, 16 GB of storage, 2 GB of RAM, and a 1.8 GHz processor.