Speaker 1: Lenovo’s new product reveal for mobile world. Congress doesn’t inspire much excitement though. The Chromebooks probably have the broadest appeal with a bunch. I’m sure they’re interesting to the people who need them, but really who gush is. Oh my God. Oh my God. It’s an updated 400 and dollars Chromebook with 11th gen Intel processors and a new color that is unless you are really enthusiastic about Chromebooks in general, [00:00:30] the updated models, a 13 inch flex five I 13, two, and one, and it’s almost identical on the inside 14 inch clam shell alternative the five I 14 target that ly defined segment of buyers who need something for schoolwork and entertainment. I suppose new color might be worth some golf claps. In addition to dark gray, the flex file, I will come in a new ABIs blue, which isn’t quite as abysal, as I’d pictured the color.
Speaker 1: It’s more of an indigo [00:01:00] as well as updates, taking them up. Two, an 11th gen Intel core I 5, 11 35 G seven and more storage and memory. Lenovo rates them at up to 10 hours of battery life. They both have full HD screens, but there’s now an optional OLET upgrade for the flex wifi six, two USBC, and one S B a port, a microSD card, and an audio combo Jack around out the outside of the roughly three pound Chromebooks. And yes, they both do start at $440. [00:01:30] You can enthusiastically greet the flex five I 13 Chromebook this month. You’ll just have to cool your jets for the five I 14 Chromebook, which doesn’t ship until July. Also notable Lenovo updated its clever USBC wireless charging kit. A bar that you connected to your notebooks, USBC port and run along its bottom paired with a charging pad. Now be able to work with any 13 or 14 inch notebook that can use a 65 wat or less charger.