Finally, Lenovo has also introducing its first Chromebook named ThinkPasd X131e. The device is aimed at students and complete with ruggedized casing for protection. The laptop is not new on Lenovo series, but the difference is this one comes upgraded to carry Chrome OS.
The Lenovo Chromebook is powered by an unspecified Intel processor and sports a 11.6-inch 1366 x 768 antiglare display, a webcam and three USB ports. The laptop packs a battery lasting for entire school day at a charge.
The Lenovo ThinkPasd X131e Chromebook also offers simplified software and security features for students, teachers and school administrators and simplified. Lenovo makes sure this by offering access to thousands of apps, education resources, and enough storage.
The move from Lenovo comes after Google’s decision to push the Chrome OS in education sector. The Google had announced a Chromebook worth $99 for schools last year.
The Lenovo Chromebook is priced at $459 and the release date is set to February 26th.