Lenovo is adding two new laptops to its line of education-oriented computers. Both the Lenovo N23 and N42 are designed for use in the classroom and feature spill-proof keyboards, anti-peel keys, strong hinges, an reinforced hinges.

But one is a Windows 10 notebook with a convertible design that lets you use it like a tablet, while the other is a Chromebook.

Lenovo N42 Chromebook
Lenovo N42 Chromebook

The Lenovo N42 Chromebook features a 14 inch display, up to 4GB of RAM, and up to 32GB of storage. It’s expected to launch in June for $199 and up.

Lenovo’s N23 Windows convertible has an 11.6 inch touchscreen IPS display, up to 8GB of RAM, and up to 128GB of storage, along with an Intel processor and “all-day battery life.” It should also be available in June, with prices starting at $249.

You may have to wait until June to find more details though, because Lenovo’s press release was pretty light on information about the specs for these laptops.

via Brent Sullivan

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