It is that time of the year again, ladies and gentlemen. When big tech OEMs gather around to showcase whose R&D department has been the most innovative and busiest over the past one year. Our radar focusing on the currently ongoing Mobile World Congress 2019 (MWC19) in Barcelona, Spain, we picked up the new Lenovo 14e Chromebook.
It is an enterprise-oriented laptop running Google’s Chrome OS packed in some hardware with impressive specs for its price tag. It has a modern look; with a slim bezel and aluminum case for durability.
The Lenovo 14e is powered by a 3 GHz, A6 AMD dual-core chip, fitted alongside an 8GB DDR4 RAM. As for internal storage, the Chromebook is limited at just 64GB eMMC storage. Lenovo vouches for a maximum of 10 working hours on battery on just one charge.
As you might have already picked up from the name, this device comes with a 14-inch display with FHD resolution, though you have the option of the touch screen. It also comes out of the box with noise canceling mic for crystal clear voice transmission during voice and video calls.
The Lenovo 14e Enterprise – though it is very much affordable to the general user – will start shipping in the U.S. for $279.
The Lenovo 14w Enterprise – Windows 10 Pro version
The Chinese OEM has also released another laptop almost similar to the one mentioned above, save for the fact it runs Windows 10 Pro. It is running on an 8GB RAM, 128GB eMMC or an alternative of 256 SSD. The 14-inch display comes in two variants; non-touch and touch screen versions.
The Lenovo 14w Enterprise will also start shipping in the U.S. sometime in March this year with a $299 price tag.
Lenovo has also announced that the above two laptops will only be sold in the U.S. market. Though it is not uncustomary for an OEM to declare such a stand only later to change their mind. Especially if they find a potential for a bigger market elsewhere.