Taiwanese tech giant Asus unveiled its new Chromebook in India. The newly launched Chromebook CX 1101 is powered by Intel Celeron N4020 dual-core processor, 4GB fast RAM, fast 64GB solid-state eMMC storage. Additionally, it comes with Google Chrome OS. The Asus Chromebook weighs 1.24kg and is equipped with a 42 hr battery that supports 45W charging via USB C-port. Also Read - Google Pixel 6a and the first Pixel smartwatch could launch on the same day
Chromebook CX 1101 price
The company has launched this Chromebook at a starting price of Rs 19,999. The sale will start from December 15 on Flipkart. You will get a discount of Rs 1,009 while buying this Chromebook from December 15 to 21 as part of the launching offer. That is, you will be able to buy it for only Rs 18,990. Also Read - Microsoft celebrates Chinese Lunar Year with special Tiger-themed Xbox Series S consoles
Chromebook CX 1101 specifications
The Asus Chromebook CX1101 features an HD anti-glare LCD screen that supports 1336 x 786 pixels resolution and 45% NTSC color gamut. The device is powered by a dual-core Intel Celeron N4020 processor, paired with 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 64GB of eMMC storage. This Chromebook runs on Google ChromeOS. Also Read - Age of Drones: Precision farming in India gets major boost
According to the tech giant, the Chromebook CX1101 sports a rugged design with hinges reinforced with metal that allows it to rotate up to an angle of 180 degrees. The Chromebook also comes with a spill-resistant keyboard. The device has received US MIL-STD 810H certification and is powered by Google’s Titan C security chip for internal strength.
The Asus Chromebook CX1101 has a 3-cell 42Whr battery. The company says it can give a backup of 13 hours and supports 45W charging via a USB-C port. The device has two USB 3.2 Type-C ports, two USB 3.2 Type-A ports, a 3.5mm audio jack, and a microSD card reader. The weight of this device is 1.24kg.
To recall, Asus launched its three Chromebooks in India, including Chromebook Flip C214 and Chromebook C223, C423, and C523, earlier in July.