Lenovo on Monday dispatched the ThinkCentre Chromebox, a little form factor, Chrome OS-based PC implied for understudies and business visionaries. The desktop was declared at the company’s Accelerate 2015 Partner discussion in Las Vegas. The Lenovo ThinkCentre Chromebox begins at $199 (generally Rs. 12,600) and will be accessible purchase in June.

The full new Chromebox by Lenovo is stated to be an one-liter desktop (with a cubic limit of about 1000cc) that would be managed easily because of its compact size. Lenovo is additionally touting the “full ecosystem of optional accessories while Google’s Chrome operating system offers a wide range of easy to use applications to learn, share, and collaborate in a highly secure environment.”

The firm includes that this is the company’s very first Chromebox that is intended to work with the 23-inch Lenovo ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One screen to give it an all in one experience. Measuring 177.8x35x182.8mm, the ThinkCentre Chromebox highlights four USB 3.0 ports, a full-sized HDMI jack, DisplayPort, and Ethernet jack. The Chromebox further includes a fifth era Intel Core processor clubbed with up to 4GB of RAM and up to 16GB of SSD capacity, says Android Central.

The Tiny-in-One screen which costs up to $279 (generally Rs. 17,700) highlights a 23-inch full HD display alongside an integrated webcam and microphone. It likewise wireless a keyboard and a mouse for the Chromebox.

“Lenovo was the first to introduce a one-litre commercial desktop and ThinkCentre Chromebox is a testament to our commitment to the continued evolution of the desktop and our promise to push the boundaries on innovation for our education and business customers.” stated by Ouyang Jun, vice president and general manager, Lenovo of the dispatch.  “Combined with the ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One, the new Chromebox illustrates our belief in more flexibility for teachers and IT managers to continue to offer desktop solutions in a modern day environment.”

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