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Lenovo Yoga Chromebook Launches at IFA 2018

Lenovo Yoga Chomebook

Lenovo Yoga Chromebook comes powered by 8th generation core i5 processor and 8GB RAM

Lenovo Yoga Chrome is one of the most attractive gadgets that have been launched at the IFA 2018. The Lenovo Yoga Chromebook will be initially available in EMEA regions from October 2018 at a starting price of EUR 799, roughly converting it into Rs 66,200. It will be available in two different storage options – 64GB and 128GB. Other features include an IPS touchscreen, 4K display and full-HD display options.

The Lenovo Chromebook C330 that made an appearance at the prestigious event in Berlin, comes with an 11.6-inch touchscreen with HD resolution. This comes with a convertible design and there several modes on offer for the users. These modes include tent, laptop and stand mode.

Lenovo Yoga Chomebook

The power source for the device is a MediaTek MT8173C processor. It has a 4GB RAM and the Chromebook C330 comes available in two storage options – 32GB and 64GB. The Lenovo Chrome C330 also comes with connectivity options like USB Type-C port, USB 3.0 port, HDMI, Bluetooth 4.1 and WiFi 802.11 ac.

Lenovo also launched the Chromebook S330. It gets a 14-inch IPS touchscreen and there are options like HD and full HD resolution. This one too comes powered by a MediaTek MT8173C processor coupled with a 4GB RAM, just like its sibling Lenovo Chromebook C330.

This will be available in 32GB and 64GB storage options. Pricing for the Lenovo Chromebook C330 and S330 will be Euro 349 and Euro 279, when both the devices go on sale in EMEA from November 2018. It is not sure, when we can see these Chromebooks in India, but we can hope the brand launches them here in early 2019.

Lenovo Yoga Chomebook

Apart from the Lenovo Yoga Chromebook, Chromebook C330 and Chromebook S330, Lenovo also launched smarthome devices at the same event. These devices include a Smart Display, Smart Bulb, Smart Camera etc. These come as part of Google’s drive to tackle the Amazon Echo range.