Chromebooks are meant to be affordable enough in the first place so that the masses will be able to get used to working with technology even without having to hold a lucrative job in the first place. Well, within the different kinds of Chromebooks that are in the market, apparently it is being broken down even more, where CTL, long famous for its cheap handsets in the past, has presented their new 11.6” Chromebook that will be powered by a quad-core Intel Celeron N2930 Bay Trail processor, sporting a fanless design.
It can be pretty viable to make use of a fanless design where low power Chromebooks are concerned, since the chipset within will not emanate that much heat as opposed to say, a high end processor that is capable of cranking up the speed to phenomenal levels. At $279 a pop, this particular Chromebook will clearly target the education market, although it does not place its sole focus in that department, since just about anyone who has an interest in it, in addition to having the budget, can pick it up from the CTL Website.
It must be noted that the CTL Education Chromebook does come with a rugged design that ought to make it more attractive and classroom-friendly, knowing how children can be overactive and robust in their activities, compared to ordinary notebooks. Other hardware specifications include a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution anti-glare display, 4GB RAM, 16GB of internal memory, WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, and a 1MP rotating camera.