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Chromebook Deals: $50 Off ASUS C213 Plus A $50 Gift Card


Looking for a rugged, convertible Chromebook with Android apps and the latest Apollo Lake processor from Intel but don’t want to spend more than $300? Amazon’s got you covered.

Right now, you can pick up the ASUS Chromebook Flip C213 for $50 less the retail price and Amazon will throw in a $50 gift card to sweeten the deal. That’s essentially a saving of $100 on either of the Intel N3350 models. You can go with or without a stylus depending on your taste.

Geared towards students, the ASUS touts a number of rugged specs that make the little 2-in-1 a tank but it could be a great device to have around the house or even take on trips if you want something that will withstand a beating.

Here’s a rundown of the specs on the ASUS C213 so you can decide if it’s right for you.

Specifications

 

  • Intel® Dual-Core™ Celeron N3350 1.1GHz (Turbo up to 2.4GHz)
  • Chrome OS
  • Memory – 4GB LPDDR4 (2400MHz) on board
  • Display – 11.6″ HD (1366*768), matte, 200 nits, 16:9, Wide-Viewing Angle
  • Storage – 32GB EMMC
  • Card Reader – Micro SD (SDXC)
  • Camera – HD + 5M Pixel dual Camera (720p video recording)
  • Ports- 2x USB 3.0/2x USB-C 3.1/1x Audio Jack/1x HDMI
  • Dimensions – 12.1″ x 7.8″ x 0.8″
  • Weight – 2.7 lbs

Features

 

  • 360 Degree Hinge
  • Ruggedized
  • 120cm Drop Tested
  • Rubber Bumper
  • Easy-Grip
  • Spill Proof
  • 2mm Travel Distance
  • Reinforced IO ports
  • Android Apps out of the box
  • Stylus (optional)

Again, this may not be a daily driver for many but as a second device for $300 it’ll get the job done and you won’t have to worry about life’s little mishaps when using the C213. The deal applies to the stylus-equipped model as well. You can pick it up for $349($50 off retail) plus the $50 gift card.

To get the Gift Card, just add a $50 card to your cart with the ASUS at checkout and the promotion should be applied. We saw some issues with a similar promotion around Christmas. If you’re having any trouble applying the discount, just hop in a chat with an Amazon rep and they’ll fix you right up.

You can see all the details at the link below.

$50 Off The ASUS C213 + $50 Gift Card On Amazon

Source: Amazon via Android Headlines

Gabriel Brangers

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  • Speaking of the ASUS Chromebook Flip C213, will there be a full review? The unboxing is dated May 18 2017.

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