Lenovo plans N20 chromebook

Lenovo plans N20 chromebook

Although chromebooks have not achieved a significant market share, the devices persist and are far from becoming extinct. The secret behind them is that they can easily be used with the Internet while on the go and are usually small-sized.

Nowadays chromebooks experience a significant boost in popularity and more and more people are willing to purchase one. Thanks to this fact Lenovo plans to release a new chromebook this month that will be known as N20.

The new Lenovo product comes with an 11.6-inch display that works at 1366 x 768 pixels and sports a quad-core Intel Celeron processor on the Intel Bay Trail architecture. The chromebook can house up to 4 GB of RAM memory and has a 16 GB flash memory for storage, HDMI, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 and built-in speakers. As expected there are Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a web camera and a battery that can power it for up to 8 hours of usage.

The Lenovo N20 will be running the latest version of the Chrome OS and will sell for USD 279 when it comes a bit later.

Source: Lenovo

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