Recently, the convertible laptop segment has become pretty crowded, a rich class of proposals that attempt to combine the best of the tablet with the productive capacity of a notebook.
Most of these devices is headed to the ecosystem of the Microsoft platform, Windows 8 and 10, with some exceptions for Android and Chrome OS.
The new gadget the American CTL is based precisely on the weblog Google Operating System. The CTL J5 is a convertible Chromebook rugged compact design for the low to middle price range and designed especially for the education sector.
The main feature of the J5 is the hinge that allows the display to rotate 360 ° (as the Lenovo Yoga) to pass from the laptop mode to the tablet or tent.
As for the hardware configuration however, it is one that you would expect from a Chromebook:
Display: 11.6-inch IPS HD (1366×768) with touch panel
Processor: Intel N3050 Braswell
Memory: 4GB LPDDR3 RAM
Storage: drive eMMC 16GB expandable to 32GB
Audio: 3.5mm jack combo
USB: 2 USB 3.0 ports
HJDMI: 1 port
Card reader: MicroSD
Camera: Webcam HD
Battery: Up to 10 hours of battery life
OS: Chrome OS
The starting price of the CTL J5 at launch will be $ 250.
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