Lenovo Teases 3 New Chromebooks: 11″ C340, 14″ S340, and 15″ C340

                                   

It’s been nearly a year since Lenovo introduced its most recent budget Chromebook models, the 11″ C330 and 14″ S330. The company is gearing to follow them up this year with the new 11″ C340 and 14″ S340, as well as a third larger 15″ C340, all of which forego the MediaTek processors in favor of Intel 8th Gen chips.

Chromebook C340-11  Specs:

Processor Intel Celeron N4000 (2.6GHz)
Graphics Intel UHD Graphics 600
Display 11″ (1366 x 768px), 250 nits, IPS touchscreen
Storage/RAM 32/64GB, 4GB LPDDR4
Connectivity 2x USB-A 3.1, 2x USB-C ports (only 1 for charging), MicroSD card reader, headphone/microphone jack, 720p webcam, mic
Battery life Up to 10 hours
Dimensions 11.4″ x 8.18″ x 0.7″ (290 x 207.8 x 17.8mm)
Weight starting at 2.65 lb (1.2 kg)
Colors Platinum Grey, Sand Pink

Chromebook C340-15  Specs:

Processor Pentium Gold 4417U (2.3GHz) or Intel Core i3-8130U (2.2 / 3.4GHz)
Graphics Intel UHD Graphics 610 (Pentium) or 620 (Core i3)
Display 15.6″ FHD (1920 x 1080px), 250 nits, IPS touchscreen
Storage/RAM 32/64/128GB, 4GB LPDDR4
Connectivity 1x USB-A 3.1, 2x USB-C ports (only 1 for charging), MicroSD card reader, headphone/microphone jack, 720p webcam, mic
Battery life Up to 10 hours
Dimensions 14.23″ x 9.79″ x 0.74″ (361.5 x 248.85 x 18.95mm)
Weight starting at 4.37 lb (1.98 kg)
Colors Mineral Grey

Chromebook S340-14  Specs:

Processor Intel Celeron N4000 (2.6GHz)
Graphics Intel UHD Graphics 600
Display 14″ (1366 x 768px or 1920×1080), 250 nits, IPS touchscreen (optional)
Storage/RAM 32/64GB, 4GB LPDDR4
Connectivity 2x USB-A 3.1 ports, 2x USB-C ports (only 1 for charging), MicroSD card reader, headphone/microphone jack, 720p webcam, mic
Battery life Up to 10 hours
Dimensions 12.9″ x 9.2″ x 0.74″ (328.9 x 234.35 x 18.8mm)
Weight starting at 3.09 lb (1.4 kg)
Colors Dark Orchid, Onyx Black

There’s no word yet from Lenovo on availability, price, or launch date for any of these models.  However, we do expect the prices to reflect the processor upgrade from MediaTek in last year’s models to Intel in this one.

The information for this post was taken from an article by Rita El Khoury in ANDROID POLICE, follow this link for more details and the complete article.

Here are some additional sources to get different viewpoints on this new model:  9to5 Google, About Chromebooks, Liliputing, and androidcentral.