CTL intros three new NL7 Chromebooks for education
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Oregon-based CTL returns with a trio of Chromebooks that join the NL family of products. These new Chromebooks are the basic NL7, the touchscreen NL7T-360 with a rotatable camera, and the NL7TW-360 with support for a Wacom pen. All three are powered by Intel Apollo Lake processors, but we will get to that part just a bit later.
All the three new CTL Chromebooks feature a rugged design with an IP41 rating for protection from the elements. These machines come with a water-resistant keyboard, reinforced ports, hinges, and power plug. The list of common specs includes 32 GB of storage, 4 GB of memory, two USB 3.0 Type-A ports, and two USB Type-C ports. The differences can be easily spotted below:
The display size and resolution for all the three models above are 11.6 inches and 1,366 x 768 pixels, but the two models with a touchscreen also feature a Gorilla Glass protective layer.
Qualified education customers will be able to purchase the new CTL Chromebooks starting next month at US$229, US$299, and US$329 (in the same order as above).