CTL is an educational company, quite appreciated for its laptops, which reach educational facilities. They’ve just unveiled 3 new laptops, including a Chromebook with Wacom pen support. These Chromebooks are part of the NL7 lineup and they’re specced below.
CTL NL7 is a rugged chrome OS laptop with a spill resilient keyboard and a drop resistant case. Inside it there’s an Intel Apollo Lake processor. The CTL NL7T-360 comes with similar specifications, but as the name hints, it also brings a 360 degree hinge and a touchscreen display. It lets you use the device in tablet or tent mode. And then there’s the CTL NL7TW-360, with a Wacom EMR pen and support for pressure sensitive writing or drawing.
All these models come in stores in April, for education customers. The starting price is $229 for the basic NL7, a laptop that weighs 2.5 pounds and features a retractable handle, which students can use to carry the notebook around. Inside there’s 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage and its camera can be flipped at 180 degrees, facing either the user or the opposite direction.
The screen on board is an 11.6 inch 1366 x 768 pixel unit and other specs include an Intel Celeron N3350 dual core CPU, two USB Type-C port and two USB 3.0 Type-A ports as well. The 360 hinge model is priced at $299 and it has a 5 MP “world facing” camera, used to record class lectures. Finally, there’s the NL7TW-460, priced at $329 and it has all the other devices’ features, except the fact that it sports an Intel Celeron N3450 quad core CPU and a Wacom pen.