THE Lenovo announced this Thursday (26) four new models of Chromebook which can be affordable options for students. In that sense, they are: Lenovo 100e Chromebook Gen 4, 300e Yoga Chromebook Gen 4, 500e Yoga Chromebook Gen 4 and 14e Chromebook Gen 3. The settings in general are more modest and the devices have subtle differences.
The first model comes with an 11.6-inch screen, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of eMMC storage. In addition, it supports Wi-Fi 6 and 4G connections and arrives with a processor MediaTek Kompanio 520. The product still has an HD resolution camera and weighs around 1.25 kg.
As expected by the name “Yoga”, this model has the great advantage of being able to be folded up to 360º, and can be used as a tablet. Likewise, the screen continues with 11.6 “, it is of the IPS type and supports touch screen. In addition, the other specifications are the same as those of the previous model.
In this model, the screen grows in size and reaches a touch-sensitive 12.2 inches, in addition to maintaining IPS technology, which guarantees better viewing angles. Now there are options to choose the chip Intel N100 or N200 and it has 8GB of RAM memory, as well as 128GB of eMMC internal storage.
Lenovo’s list of novelties ends with this model, which can be purchased in options with a processor Intel N200 or Core i3-N305. It was also announced with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal SSD storage. The laptop features an aluminum lid and HD or Full HD camera options.
Prices for Chromebooks have not yet been revealed and they should hit the market in the first quarter of the year. Finally, also see the manufacturer’s announcements at CES for the tablet market and information regarding the Thinkphone price.