CTL company presented in the USA at the 2016 CES show two new mobile PC aimed at the use in educational institutions. One of them works on Chrome OS, which classify them as chromebooks and receive Windows 10 as the main software platform and swivel touch screen. The cost of these PCs is very different.
Chromebook CTL SB4 is valued at exactly $ 200 because Google Chrome OS is distributed free of charge. In the price included 4 GB of RAM, an Intel Celeron N2840 Bay Trail series, battery 10 hours battery life and non-touch display with a resolution of 1366×768 pixels and a diagonal of 11.6 inches. Unfortunately, capacity is still unknown, but manufacturers chromebooks constantly save on it to reduce the final cost of the computer.
The laptop CTL EG2 surpasses the previous model in many ways: in particular, his screen with the same diagonal and resolution can be rotated 360 degrees, and as the processor uses Intel Celeron N3000. RAM, but only 2GB, but it can be increased, but the hard drive can carry up to a 320 or 500 GB. Battery CTL EG2 is also rated for 10 hours of battery life, and she, like all other components, placed in a reinforced case, protected from drops on the concrete floor from a height of 1 meter and is not afraid of dust and moisture. Mobile PCs costs 530 dollars and carries USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports, microSD reader, HDMI output and a standard wireless modules. Add that CTL EG2 operates silently due to the presence of passive cooling system for the CPU.