Just when you thought the whole Chromebook thing was just a phase, Lenovo have come up with 2 new devices in the family, the N20 and the N20p. Both of the devices are 11.6inch devices with essentially the same specs with the exception that the N20p has a foldable screen akin to the popular Yoga line. Unfortunately, it doesn’t go all the way, rotating only 300 degrees.
According to Engadget:
Under the hood, both models pack a quad-core Intel Celeron processor with an eight-hour battery, two USB ports, up to 4GB of RAM and an industry-standard 16GB of local storage. According to a Lenovo rep, it’s also possible the company will release a 3G model outside of the US. Of the two, the non-touch model will arrive first — sometime in June, we’re told. That one will cost between $250 and $279, depending on how much RAM you get. The convertible version, meanwhile, will cost between $299 and $329, and will ship sometime in either late June or early July.