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Lenovo 14e Chromebook Enterprise brings AMD chipset for $279

26 February 2019 2

Lenovo is one of those major brands which are committed towards Chromebooks. It keeps on releasing Chromebooks aimed at students as well as enterprise clients. And now, it has launched its first-ever AMD-powered Chromebook named Lenovo 14e Chromebook Enterprise. It was released at MWC 2019 in Barcelona and as the name suggests, it is meant for enterprises.

The Lenovo 14e Chromebook Enterprise sports a 14-inch Full HD IPS display with touchscreen input and minimum bezels. Under the hood, it has a dual-core AMD A4 processor clocked at 2.5GHz. It features support for up to 8GB of DDR4 RAM and up to 64GB eMMc onboard storage.

It is powered by a 57Wh battery claimed to last for up to 10 hours on a single charge. In terms of connectivity options, it features two USB Type-C 3.1 ports, two USB Type-A 3.1 ports, one microSD card slot, and one audio combo port. There is Dolby Audio support for a better audio output.

Lenovo has priced the 14e Chromebook Enterprise at $279 which makes it worth the consideration. It is currently limited to the United States but can be expected to arrive in more markets later.

In a press statement, Lenovo said.

"The Lenovo 14e Enterprise is a great multipurpose Chromebook that suits many user types from the classroom all the way to the manufacturing floor. The 14e features an aluminum design and Lenovo durability. More and more businesses are searching for solutions that suit their ever-growing cloud-based workforce. Attractive price points allow for widespread deployments throughout the workforce including workers that might not have had individual systems in the past. This will offer them easy and fast access to email, intranet/internet, and company files."


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