This is a Chromebook, using the Rockchip RK3288 So C.
It uses an ARM CPU, and has free EC firmware (unlike some other laptops).
Carved from a single block of aluminum for a seamless design, the ASUS Chromebook Flip is not only beautiful, but durable, too.
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Cr OS devices are designed (from the factory) to actually coax the user into using proprietary web services (Saa SS) that invade the user’s privacy (Chrome OS is literally just the Google Chrome browser when you boot up, itself proprietary and comes with proprietary add-ons like flash.
It’s only intended for Saa SS, not actual, real computing).
It has a 10-finger multi-touch screen, with a comfortable wide key-pitch keyboard and up to 8 hours battery life for all-day mobile use.
The connectivity with dual-band Wi Fi 802.11ac & BT4.0 support can also provide up to 3 times the speed of 802.11n for faster data transfer.
First of all, you need to connect to your router by use any Telnet client, for example the Pu TTY or a command line client.The procedure was devised by mixing the guide above, the details provided on the Open WRT wiki entry about the WL-500G and the detailed page about the WL-500G's recovery mode. You will need most of the files noted above, which can be found HERE and include wl500and wl500g-recover.trx, and the DD-WRT files for this router: dd-wrt.v24_mini_and dd-wrt.v24_std_Some of these steps are very probably unnecessary, but this is the procedure that worked for me so I am sharing it with you.We will use the tftp method, using atftp to connect (on a Debian based system, yes that's Ubuntu, you can simply use sudo aptitude install atftp).This probably works from Apple OS X as well, as the Open WRT page states that its tftp works since OS X 10.5, but I have no way of knowing.How to full controlling the ASUS router with original firmware via a command line by the Telnet access protocol.