Leanvo has just announced two new Chromebook devices. They are the N20 and N20p, and unlike the upscale Thinkpad X131e, they are designed for the mainstream market.
The N20 will be available in July starting at $279 and the N20p will be released in August starting at $349.
Specs for the two models are largely the same, the only difference being the N20p features a touchscreen convertible design allowing users to use the Chromebook as a normal laptop or in stand-mode. The Chromebooks feature 4th –gen Intel Celeron processors, 16GB storage, 2GB RAM, and 11.6 inch 1366x768p displays. The Chromebooks feature Bluetooth 4.0, 2 USB ports, MicroSD and SD card readers and an HDMI-out. RAM is upgradeable to 4GB.
Leanvo has highlighted the eight hour battery life, integrated graphics and Intel Celeron processor as allowing users to quickly boot the Chromebooks and get down to work, or play, watching videos, video chatting in high definition, surfing the web and listening to music, without the need to plug in.