Chromebooks do occupy a rather interesting niche in the market, where they are not full fledged computing devices that are capable of handling tasks when crunch time comes, and yet are lightweight enough to do just about every normal, everyday computing tasks such as checking your emails, making an online booking, or simply reading through various electronic documents. NComputing’s latest Chromebook effort comes in the form of the Chromebook CX110.
The Chromebook CX110 will be accompanied by the Chrome app, where it will offer a way to manage Windows desktops on Chromebooks, now how about that? This will in turn provide U.S. schools with the ability to easily run Windows applications on their Chromebooks without missing a beat. Since over 50% of all computers that see action in U.S. K-12 schools happen to be Chromebooks, NComputing Chromebooks with the vSpace client will be able to offer the user with easy, multi-user access to the Windows, Java or Silverlight applications, where these tend to be necessary when it comes to learning and testing applications.
Hardware specifications include a premium 11.6″ IPS LCD panel, taking less than 10 seconds to boot up so that students can be productive always, has a high-performance quad-core CPU with long battery life that lasts up to 8.5 hours, and will not slow down over time unlike the traditional computer.
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