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CTL launches its new VX11 Chromebook

The CTL VX11 Chromebook. (Source: CTL)
The CTL VX11 Chromebook. (Source: CTL)
CTL has unveiled the latest addition to its series of affordable Chrome OS devices. The VX11 is powered by the Intel Celeron N4020 chipset, thus boosting the Wi-Fi speeds and performance of this 11.6-inch convertible. It also has an anti-glare screen, a water-resistant keyboard and 2 USB type C ports.

CTL's latest Chromebook is a robust device with a relatively fast Intel Gemini Lake-based processor. The education-friendly VX11 also has an 180-degree hinge, and Wi-Fi speeds of up to 1.7GHz. Its keyboard is both water- and peeling-resistant, which goes well with slip-resistant finish, as well as reinforced ports, hinges and PSU.

The CTL VX11 has an anti-glare 11.6-inch display with an HD resolution and an (also HD) webcam. It has a very standard 4GB of RAM and 32GB of on-board storage. It has USB type A and C ports (2 of each) and a 3.5mm combo jack, and can also charge via USB.

The new Chromebook has a 1-year parts and labor warranty from CTL, and will be supported with OS updates from Google until June 2026. It is available from its OEM's webstore or from distributors such as Synnex or Ingram Micro. At present, it has a recommended price of US$209 via these channels.


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Deirdre O Donnell, 2020-03-30 (Update: 2020-03-30)