Rugged ThinkPad Chromebook for schools introduced

1/17/2013 12:00:00 AM

Lenovo today announced the ThinkPad X131e Chromebook -- a fast booting, customizable laptop PC built for the daily rigors of K-12 education.

The 11.6-inch X131e laptop features an Intel® processor, a 1366x768 HD LED anti-glare screen, and three USB ports. It weighs in at less than four pounds.

Features include:

  • battery that lasts entire school day
  • rubber bumper around the top cover and stronger corners to protect the system in the case of an accidental drop
  • hinges and hinge brackets strengthened to last more than 50,000 open and close cycles
  • Google Apps for Education, along with thousands of web apps in the Chrome Web Store
  • low-light webcam
  • WiFi
  • fast start up
  • HDMI and VGA ports
The ThinkPad X131e Chromebook will be available starting February 26th via special bid volume pricing starting at $429.   Interested K-12 institutions should contact their Lenovo Sales Representative.
comments powered by Disqus

Learning.com Goes “Blue” to Stomp Out Cyberbullying with Month-Long Campaign

Education Technology Company Supports Blue Shirt Day® World Day o...

Colorado’s Harrison School District Two Selects Discovery Education to Help Advance Strategic Plan

Colorado’s Harrison School District Two (HSD2) announced today t...

OppU Honors Students Who Embrace Opportunity for Themselves and Others with the OppU Achievers Scholarship

Financial literacy program provides four students per year with a $2,5...

PASCO Scientific Names Richard Escott as President

PASCO Scientific has a new president, Richard Escott.  He’s...

Aperture Education Re-affirms its Commitment to Protecting Student Data

Company signs Student Privacy Pledge and launches new web page to shar...

T&L Partner Post
Tweets