Google-powered Chromebook laptops are meant for those who want an affordable machine that provides the essentials for work and school — all without breaking the bank. Now, Lenovo Philippines announced that they will be bringing their Chromebook laptops in the Philippines.

In a Facebook post, the company confirms that they will be bringing its Lenovo Chromebooks to the Philippines next week. It appears that three different machines will be arrive. Albeit, the company didn’t reveal much other than their designs and prices.


As you can see, there are two Lenovo Chromebooks that are priced at php14,995. The first one is available in Gold and White, while the other is available in Silver and Rose Gold.

You can also notice that they have unique hinges, hinting a possible 360-degree design.


The last one is available in more subtle colors — Maroon and Black. It should be more powerful since it has a higher price of Php15,495.

If we were to speculate, these Lenovo Chromebooks will feature at least 11.6-inch HD screens, Intel Celeron N4020 processors, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage. The lightweight OS should help provide reliable performance despite the underwhelming hardware.


See also: Cheap laptops for online learning in the Philippines

These Chromebooks will be available in Complink, GigaHerts, Octagon, PCExpress, Villman, Silicon Valley, SM Appliance Center, and Robinsons Appliances. We’ll have the Lenovo Chromebooks specs list once they’re available next week. Stay tuned for that.

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