ASUS is working on a Chromebook that could possibly be available as early as this year, reports Digitimes. The Taiwanese manufacturer has previously ignored Chromebooks citing weak demand. However, with lowering its own expectations on the number of notebooks it plans to sell this year from 22-24 million to 17-19 million, ASUS is looking into additional markets and Chromebook with it’s cheap pricing might be one to target. ASUS has worked with Google in the past over Nexus 7 as well as its own phones and tablets.
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