Oregon-based hardware manufacturer CTL has this week unveiled a new addition to its range of Chromebook designed for the educational market, with the unveiling of the new CTL NL7X rugged Chromebook.The NL7X rugged Chromebook has been specifically designed to provide a “comprehensive personalised learning solution” to users and is an updated version of their most popular to date Chromebook the NL6X.
“The CTL Chromebook NL7X is an extra rugged Chromebook featuring the patent pending CTL X-Panel. With reinforced corners and pressure-resistant cover the X-Panel withstands up to 365 pounds of pressure to the top shell and has already proved its durability on the NL6X, making the NL7X CTL’s next best-selling Chromebook for education. On top of protecting the Chromebook the X-Panel also doubles as a whiteboard – perfect for taking notes or class polling. The NL7X also comes free with 1 year of accidental damage protection.”
Internally the rugged Chromebook is equipped with a Intel Apollo Lake N3350 Dual Core fanless processor supported by 4GB DDR4 RAM and equipped with 32GB eMMC storage, together with Wireless Intel 7265 2×2 and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity
“The NL7 Chromebook sold without the patent pending X-Panel already brought a lot to the game with its 2.5 pound design, retractable carrying handle, 70cm drop-tested design, water-resistant keyboard, reinforced ports and hinges, and HD world-view camera. With a long battery life and new Intel Apollo Lake Dual Core processor, the NL7 only gets better with addition of the X-Panel.”
“Our customers spoke and we listened, we are excited to reveal the NL7X, at ISTE this week, and know that this extra-rugged Chromebook is sure to be a favourite for our education customers,” said Erik Stromquist, President of CTL.
The CTL Chromebook NL7X is available for purchase immediately, and is eligible for special education pricing and CTL’s “Fast Track” service for qualified education customers. Jump over to the official CTL website by following the link below.
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