Lenovo has just unveiled its ThinkCentre Chromebox, a hybrid device that takes up the concept of the ThinkCentre M Series Tiny with its ultra-small dimensions by switching to the side of Chrome OS.
The data sheet has not been shared yet, but if we refer to the basic model under Windows, we can expect a fifth generation Intel processor, from 2 to 4 GB of RAM and 16 GB of flash memory.
The ThinkCentre Chromebox comes with a mounting system that allows it to be positioned behind a VESA standard screen, to make it an all-in-one PC. It will also be compatible with the Tiny-in-One 23, a 23-inch monitor specially dedicated to the latter which will offer a location for directly plugging in the PC as well as a remote connection system to make the whole more accessible.
The device is particularly designed for schools and businesses with ChromeOS and a minimal footprint. It will be available this summer in the USA for 199 dollars, the Tiny-in-One screen will be billed 279 dollars.