After appearing in any Amazon store (and quickly sold out), ASUS’s disassembled Chrome OS tablet officially arrived at the ASUS store. As reported last week, there are two configurations available with the only difference being the storage options. This Chromebook obviously aims to compete directly with Lenovo’s Chromebook Duet, but ASUS has several features that set it apart from the Duet, which may make it a better option for some users.
First and foremost, the ASUS CM3 comes with a USI battery-powered battery-powered stylus that fits seamlessly on the side of the tablet and will give you up to 45 minutes of operation with just a 1
Last but not least, ASUS had the common sense to put a headphone jack on its tablet, which was one of the few bright complaints that many users had when Lenovo introduced the Duet. I understand that most mobile devices remove 3.5 mm, but a tablet with a removable keyboard that has only one USB port needs a headphone jack. These are my two cents and I’m glad ASUS decided to keep it. Anyway, I still hate that ASUS waited so long to release this tablet, but I’m sure there are a lot of people who are keen to get it. So, with that said, you can get a 64GB or 128GB ASUS detachable Chromebook CM3 directly from ASUS for $ 369.99 or $ 389.99 respectively. Personally, I would recommend spending the extra $ 20 on larger storage, as you won’t get an SD card slot. Find both models below.
ASUS Disassemble the Chromebook CM3 in the ASUS store