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Asus' Chromebox Ships This Friday, Costs $179
It's safe to say that Google has �captured the sub-$200 laptop market��with its Chromebook line. The company branched out into the mini-desktop PC space in 2012 with the �Chromebox from Samsung. Now it's back with a new partner in tow.
Google and Asus announced today that the Asus Chromebox will be hitting retail on Friday, March 17, for $179. The mini-desktop PC brings the best of Chrome OS in a small package that's intended for TVs and those who want a desktop PC dedicated to consuming Web media.
Despite running a Web-centric OS, the Chromebox sports some decent specs. It packs a 4th gen Intel CPU, two USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI port, a DisplayPort for 4K output, Dual-band Wi-Fi and 100GB of free Google Drive storage.
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