Lenovo might not have a strong global presence when it comes to mobile, but they’re continuing their successful PC strategy by adding another pair of Chromebook devices to their arsenal.
Lenovo has announced the N20 and N20p, two devices which won’t change your computing life but could be decent snags for their affordable price tags. Here’s the quick rundown on the two devices’ common specs:
- 11.6-inch 1366 x 768 display
- Intel Celeron Haswell processor
- 2GB of RAM (models with up to 4GB will be available)
- Up to 16GB of internal storage (100GB of Drive storage included)
- Up to 8 hours of battery life
- Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi
- Front-facing webcam
- Less than 1.4kg heavy and less than 17.9mm thin
The difference between the two? The N20 is just your regular ol’ laptop, while the N20p can swivel backwards 300 degrees to create a “tent” stance, of sorts, allowing you to prop your device up to watch videos at a comfortable viewing angle. It also features a 10-point multitouch screen.
The when and the how much are already known, with Lenovo saying to expect the the N20 in July for $270, while the N20p model will be coming in August starting at $330. We’ll have to wait a while yet for pricing and availability details on upgraded models, but this is a good baseline for you to decide whether or not you want one once they arrive this summer.
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