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Asus Chromebook Flip C436 preorders start at $800, making it the most expensive Flip yet (Update: Removed)

Asus revealed its new flagship Chromebook at CES earlier this month, the Flip C436. Compared to the previous C434, it offers a thinner design, significant processor upgrades, and more storage. However, if you were hoping Asus would stay in the ~$550 price range, I have some bad news for you.

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Asus ROG Phone II starts getting Android 10 today (Update: Changelog and download link)

The Asus ROG Phone II is an absolute unit of a gaming handset that packs all of the best hardware currently out there, and luckily, the manufacturer has decided not to divert too much from the stock Android interface. It still took it quite some time to update the phone, though: Four months after Asus started the initial Android 10 beta for the ROG Phone II, the device is now finally receiving the stable release of the software.

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Asus announces next-gen ROG phone will come with Stadia preinstalled

Despite a rushed launch and slow progress toward establishing itself as a viable gaming platform, Stadia just announced support for a bunch of new phones, including models from Samsung, Razer, and Asus. Now there's word that the relationship with Asus will continue growing with Stadia coming pre-installed on the ROG Phone III.

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Google Stadia adds support for Galaxy S20, ASUS ROG Phone II, and 18 more phones (Update: Live)

Google Stadia is out of the pilot phase, but it has yet to go full throttle. For one thing, its free tier is only just starting to rev up. Plus, the list of compatible devices has yet to expand — most irritatingly apparent in the smartphone category. Well, from February 20, that particular net will be cast wider as the game-streaming service has announced support for non-Pixel mobile devices.

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Asus reveals Chromebook Flip C436 with 10th-gen Intel CPUs and better speakers

The Chromebook Flip C434 is Asus' flagship Chrome OS device at the moment, released in mid-2019 as a follow-up to the popular C302. Now it's time for the C434 to be replaced, as Asus has announced the new Chromebook Flip C436 at CES 2020.

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Asus abandons plans to update Zenfone 4 to Android 9 Pie (Update: Surprise new beta)

Asus doesn't have the best track record for updating its phones, but it was really making an effort earlier this year with it rolled out an Android 9 beta for the Zenfone 4. Unfortunately, Asus' resolve has faded, and there won't be a final Pie update. It says the Zenfone 4 will continue to get Oreo maintenance updates. You know... if you still believe Asus.

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ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 at its best price of $400 ($119 off) right now

A good Chromebook doesn't often come by like this one: the ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 might have an unwieldy name, but it has plenty of trimmings to serve as a fairly good computing option for any number of people on your holiday gift list this season. Best of all right now, you can grab one for just $400.

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Grab the budget-friendly 14" Asus Chromebook C423 for as little as $179 ($90 off), today only

If you're looking for a cheap large-screen Chromebook with a target price below $200, then consider the Asus Chromebook C423. Although it's not a powerhouse by any means, it's a decent performer for lightweight tasks — perfect for a child or as a secondary laptop to get familiar (or experiment) with Chrome OS. It usually sells for $270, but it's $179 on Amazon today only, which is 34% off.

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The recently released Asus Chromebook C433 is already down to $370 at Best Buy ($159 off)

Asus just released the Chromebook C433 this October, but that doesn't mean the device is spared from Cyber Monday discounts. You can save a whole $160 when you purchase it at Best Buy for $370, down from the previous price of $530.

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Save up to $150 on Asus Chromebooks this Black Friday

Asus offers a wide range of capable Chromebooks, and many of them are available for reduced prices this Black Friday. The deals start with the entry-level Chromebook C223, which is available for just $160 across multiple retailers, but you'll see the biggest savings when you get a Chromebook Flip C302 with an Intel Core m5 — it's going for only $450, which is $150 less than the usual price. The other deals hover around reductions of $50 to $100, with many Chromebooks seeing their lowest-ever prices.

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