Google has today announced some meow Chrome-OS devices to add to its Chromebook lineup, both of which are a little different from what you might expect.

The first is the Chromebook Flip, which is an all-metal convertible laptop that has been manufactured by ASUS and measures just 15mm thin and weighs less than two pounds.

However the biggest feature of the Chromebook Flip is that it can fold over, making it the first Chromebook machine that has a budget price tag with a touchscreen display and the ability to use it as both a laptop and a tablet.

The Chromebook Flip will be priced at just $249, which is quite cheap when compared to the Chromebook Pixel which costs $999.

The next device is the Chromebit, which is a device that is said to be a full computer, but in the size that is smaller than a candy bar according to Google. On top of that the Chromebit will be priced at less than $100 and it will be able to plug into any display to transform it into a computer.

The Chromebit will launch this summer, and the Chromebook Flip will release in the spring.

On top of those two devices, Google also launched the Haier Chromebook 11 which has a 11.6-inch screen, 1.8 GHz Rockchip, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of flash storage, alongside the Hisense Chromebook, which has a 11.6-inch screen, 2.5GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage. They are also said feature an all-day battery life.

The new Haier and Hisense Chromebooks are available for pre-order today and cost $149 each.

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