Lenovo launches 11-inch Chromebook 3 with Intel Celeron processors

Lenovo, a Chinese multinational technology company, has reportedly launched its latest 11-inch Chromebook 3 that runs on Chrome OS. This new model is priced at $229 and has been made available in the market.

The 11-inch display of the new model has a 1366×767 pixels resolution. The efficient management of this Chromebook can be done via the entry-level processor of Intel Celeron, with its 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory. The Chrome OS device targets entry-level users who demand a basic machine without Microsoft Windows.

Since its runs on Chrome OS, a continuous internet connection is required to run the new Chromebook. Google uses its own products such as Drive for storage and synchronization service, Gmail for sending mails, as well as Docs for the document solutions. Although not very power-hungry, the new Chromebook 3 is limited to its use case.

The screen of the Chromebook does not support touch. The storage capacity of the device can be expanded through its microSD cards and has a 720-pixel HD webcam. For connectivity, it consists of a pair of USB Type A and Type C ports.

The technology company also had commenced taking the pre-orders for its IdeaPad Duet Chromebook in May. This device features an FHD display of 10.1-inch and has a resolution capacity of 1920 x 1200 pixels. The Chrome OS detachable is powered by the octa-core processor of MediaTek Helio and relies on the ARM G72 MP3 graphics. The product has an internal storage of 64GB as well as 4GB RAM.

Another 128GB variant has an autofocus rear camera of 8 megapixels as well as a fixed-focus selfie camera of 2 megapixels with the LED indicator.

This Chromebook also includes a 2nd-gen USB Type-C port, a power button, a volume control, & a 5-point pogo pin. Bluetooth 4.2 and 802.11AC are supported in this device that contains dual smart amplifiers and Dolby Audio speakers.

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