A product page for the new ASUS Chromebook C301SA has gone live.
The device, which ASUS is pitching from around $299, is notable for being the first Chromebook to be made available with 64GB of onboard storage — a feature that makes the brightly coloured Chromebook stand out from the pack.
While this is still less storage than many Windows notebooks offer it is double what most Chromebooks offer. Most consumer Chromebooks (excepting the Google Pixel) ship with either 16GB or 32GB of eMMC Storage.
(16GB and 32GB versions of the 301SA are also available)
With 64GB to play with there’ll be plenty of room for files, photos and, more importantly, Android apps.
Aside from ample storage the ASUS C301SA specs also features a healthy 4GB of RAM, the option of a 13.3 inch, Full-HD display (1920 x 1080) or HD (1366×768) display, and an Intel Celeron N3160 (quad-core) processor or dual-core N3060 processor.
The device also features USB 3.0, a full-sized SD card slot, HDMI out, nippy 802.11ac Wi-Fi and the low-power Bluetooth 4.2.
ASUS say the C301SA offers up to 15 hour battery life from a single charge.
You can learn more about the device on the official ASUS website, linked to below.