Lenovo is already working on a new Chrome OS laptop, which called the Lenovo N21 Chromebook. It is designed for use in classroom or student that means targeted at the education market. Just mention, the notebook is also likely the successor to the last year’s consumer-oriented Lenovo N20 Chromebook based on the model number.
The new N21 Chromebook is coming in a rugged case with an 11.6-inch (1366 x 768 pixel) anti-glare display. Internally, there are an Intel Celeron N2840 Bay Trail processor, 2GB / 4GB of RAM, and 16GB of solid state storage. It provides a 1MP rotatable camera, an SD card reader, and TPM security.
On exterior and design side, Lenovo N21 Chromebook can be survive even withstand a fall of up to 2.3 feet. Then, the notebook has reinforced ports and hinges, as well as a water-resistant keyboard. Another good point, the machine is utilized passive cooling to ensure no noisy fan in the case. Company is also adopting no moving parts under the hood that making it tougher to break than typical laptop.
The Chinese computer company will begin sell the Lenovo N21 Chromebook later next month. It starts at a whopping $220 in the US and goes $259 in Canada.