Google reported two new Chromebooks particularly intended for students at the Bett training innovation meeting in London.
The dispatch of the new gadgets Asus Chromebook C213 and Acer Chromebook Spin 11 with stylus, USB-C charging and world-facing cameras goes ahead of Samsung’s convertible Chromebook Plus and Chromebook Pro that were recently launched.
As per blog entry from Google for Education item director Naveen Viswanatha more than 20 million instructors and students utilize Chromebooks and Google Classroom. G Suite for Education (once in the past known as Google Apps for Education) now has more than 70 million active clients.
The first is the Acer Chromebook Spin 11, basically a convertible variation of the ruggedized Chromebook 11 N7. The gadget will accompany either a dual- or quad-core Intel Celeron processor with either 4GB or 8GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB of installed eMMC flash storage. The Spin 11, which charges over USB-C and with 10 hours of battery life, was additionally worked to withstand spills and drops from up to 48 inches.
Next is Asus Chromebook Flip C213 with elastic guards and “modular construction” so they could be fixed in case mishandled by kids. Neither Asus nor Acer declared the pricing for their new Chromebooks, however Google mentioned that they will be evaluated in such a way it is affordable by schools. They’ll be accessible in late spring.
Meanwhile, Google additionally reported that it will soon give administrators full control over the Android applications that run on the Chromebooks they provide for students. Apart from this Adobe is propelling another suite of its inventive applications for Android that is compatible with Chromebooks.
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Madhurima Goyal, From ITvoir News Desk