Lenovo Launches Ruggedized ThinkPad Chromebook for School Use
Lenovo has announced a new ThinkPad X131e Chromebook that the company is aiming at students and K-12 educational use. The machine runs the Chrome operating system and promises to be easy to manage for school administrators. The machine also promises quick access to thousands of apps and educational resources for students and teachers.
The machine has an 11.6-inch screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768. The screen is LED backlit and antiglare for use in brightly lit rooms. The notebook also features three USB ports and weighs less than 4 pounds. Lenovo promises that the machine can last for a full day on a single charge.
Other hardware features of the notebook include integrated Wi-Fi, HDMI output, and VGA output. Lenovo doesn't say what processor the machine uses or how much RAM is available. The notebook will be available on February 26 via special volume pricing with prices starting at $429.
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