The International Consumer Electronics Show 2019 is only a couple of months away. We’ll get to see a wide variety of new products at the trade show in Las Vegas. ASUS always unveils new products at CES and if a new report is to be believed, we might get to see the company’s first Chrome OS tablet at CES 2019.


ASUS has a long history of releasing products that are powered by Google’s web-based operating system. It may now be thinking about launching its first Chrome OS tablet.

A Twitter-based leakster with a decent track record has said that ASUS will likely be launching its first Chrome OS tablet at CES 2019. The device is said to have a ~10 inch screen. No further details are available about this product right now so it’s difficult to say what it will tout under the hood.

It remains to be see if this will be a premium product with powerful internals including but not limited to the Snapdragon 845 processor from Qualcomm. ASUS hasn’t confirmed anything about launching a new Chrome OS device so far. We may not get to hear anything about the device from the company prior to CES 2019 where it’s now expected to unveil the tablet.

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