Lenovo continues its conquest of the computer industry by launching Tiny Desktop, a new Chromebox, “a” desktop “variant of the Google Chromebook,” according to resources. The “box” to miniature size (3.56 cm wide and 17.78 cm high and weighs a kilo) runs on Chrome OS (operating system from Google) and is offered at $ 200.
Tiny Desktop is also equipped with a Core M processor and 4 GB of RAM and an initial storage capacity of 16GB. This PC with four USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI port, an Ethernet port, and an integrated DisplayPort, is thus addressed to people who want to do away with the clutter of CPUs.
Lenovo says that it can also be used for education sector. Tiny Desktop, which will be available from June, necessarily require an Internet connection and may not support all the features of a traditional PC.