Asus chromebook: More Chromebooks are set to go into the marketplace as Asus on Tuesday revealed 2 brand-new Chrome OS-enabled laptops denominated as Asus C200 and C300. The news comes one day after Lenovo revealed its 2 brand-new consumer facing Chromebooks - the N20p and N20. The Asus C300 and Asus C200 Chromebooks sport Intel's brand-new Bay Trail-M chipsets, which Intel states would offer much improved battery life. Beginning with a $250 cost, the two new Chromebooks are stated to begin delivering in North America by the end of June 2014, as per Anandtech. Both Asus Chromebooks share virtually similar specifications with small distinctions in the devices' performance, dimensions and weight. Whereas the Asus C200 sports an 11.6-inch LED-backlit bright display with a 1366x768 pixel resolution, the Asus C300 showcases a 13.3-inch LED backlit non-glossy display with the very same resolution. The C200 Chromebook measures 12x7.9 x0.8 inches and weighs around 1.1 kg, and the C300 Chromebook determines 13x9.1 x0.8 inches with a weight of 1.4 kg. Both the freshly presented Asus Chromebooks share the exact same Intel Bay Trail-M dual processor N2830 clocked at 2.42 GHz; Chrome OS; 2GB of RAM; 16GB of internal storage; and 720p HD front-facing webcam. The connectivity options include one USB2.0 port; 802.11 a/b/g / n/ac dual-band Wi-Fi; HDMI 1.4, Bluetooth 4.0; one USB3.0 port; and a SD card slot.
On Monday, Lenovo also introduced 2 new Chromebooks, N20 and N20p for $279 (about Rs. 16,700) and $349 (about Rs. 20,900). The Lenovo N20 Chromebooks and N20p Chromebooks are the company's very first consumer-facing Chromebooks, with its previous providings suggested for the education market. The two laptops bring the exact same internal requirements with some differences when it pertains to the device's screen. Both laptop computers sport 11.6-inch, 1366x768pixel resolution, the N20p has a 10-point multi-touch cover and also has a convertible design and hinge where the display rotates as much as 300 degrees. More specs can be seen in our complete coverage.