Lenovo have today announced their first Chromebook based laptop named the ThinkPad X131e Chromebook, which is basically the already released X131e laptop with Google’s OS installed.

As with the current laptop the X131e will be aimed primarily at the education market, and will include the same ruggedized design to keep the laptop safe from most accidental drops and hits.

Lenovo have also said that the laptop will feature an 11.6 inch 13666×768 HD LED anti-glare screen, an AMD processor, three USB ports and a will apparently have enough battery to last the whole day.

The X131e Chromebook will first be available in the US on February 26th, which is when schools will be able to place their bid for thee system, after which Lenovo have said that they are still working on plans to make the laptop available elsewhere.

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