When we hear HP and Lenovo, our attentions shift to the personal computer space as these two have simply dominated the market and now, news has started sprouting from different directions pointing to a possible new computers from these manufacturers.
According to our sources, these two computer giants are gearing up to bring forth new Intel Braswell powered 11.6 inch Chromebooks with the one coming from Lenovo to be called the Lenovo N22 Chromebook where as HP’s Chromebook would be tagged with the moniker HP Chromebook 11 G5.
The name of this laptop from HP suggests that is would be an update to the previously launched Chromebook 11 G4 although the design looks quite similar. This time around however education centric Chromebook is lighter and features a new processor.
More on the features of this laptop includes an 11.6 inch display with resolutions of about 1366 x 768P, WiFi 802.11ac, 720P webcam, an Intel Celeron N3060 processor, three USB 3.1 port, Bluetooth 4.2, a microSD card reader and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Also have it in mind that the folks over at HP would be shipping this Chromebook out in two different variants seeing one feature a 2GB RAM and 16GB internal memory space whereas another variant would come in with 32GB internal storage space and 4GB of RAM.
The Chromebook 11 G5 measures in at 0.72 ” thick with a 43.7 Wh battery at the back. The weight differs though as there would be an optional touchscreen thrown into the mix seeing the touchscreen variant of the tablet weighing in at 2.6 pounds, whereas the other variant without a touchscreen display weighs 2.5 pounds.
Enough on the HP Chromebook, lets turn our attention to what Lenovo has to offer with their Education-centric N22 Chromebook. The core details of this laptop include a touchscreen IPS display and an Intel Celeron N3060 processor coupled up with 4GB of RAM.