The Chromebook Tablet (seriously, why can not you get rid of the "book" in this title?) The Revolution of Education is here. Acer started it, ASUS got involved, and now CTL comes into play. Here's the skinny.
You would forgive yourself if your first thought is "… who is CTL?" It was because, frankly speaking, they are not as well known as some of the other companies that operate on the Chrome OS market. Still, they're making some fantastic Chromebooks and Chromeboxes (we're not saying "Chromebook Desktop," why are not they called Chrometabs?) That are more robust than your average Chrome OS device.
Today's announcement of the Chromebook Tx1 tab is what anyone familiar with CTL expects – a rugged tablet whose specifications are partially backed up by the competition. It includes a Rockchip OP1 Hexacore processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of memory, a microSD slot for memory expansion, a headphone jack (nowadays a rarity), and the appropriate Wi-Fi connections. Like the other previously announced Chromebook tablets (ugh), it has a built-in pen that fits into the device when not in use.
The Chromebook Tab Tx1 will be released in the end of February 2019 in the US and Europe, but you can preorder the device now if you wish.
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