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    Never accuse us Engadget editors of not knowing who reads our site. That's the whole point: We know you guys, and we know that you don't always read through to to the end (and that some of you, unfortunately, don't read at all). So for all of you -- the folks who like to write "tl;dr" in the comments -- we're introducing mini review videos that cut straight to the point in 30 to 45 seconds. Think of it as the simple review card you all know and love, brought to life. You'll be seeing a lot of these on our site, and to kick things off, we're starting with a product we reviewed just last week: the ASUS Chromebook Flip.

    Unlike most other Chrome OS laptops, this one has a 10-inch screen and weighs less than two pounds. It's also one of the few with a 360-degree touchscreen. The build quality is better than we're used to too, and the battery life is longer than average as well. And at $249 for the entry-level model, the price is right for what it is. That's our review in a nutshell. Congrats if you read this far; if not, well, we're going to assume you made it through the short clip up top.

    All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.
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