Lenovo and Dell announced Monday that they’ll be offering laptops that run on Chromebooks.
Dell will launch a laptop with a 13-inch screen with an Intel Atom processor, which can handle 1080p and 1080p videos.
Lenovo will offer a laptop that runs on an Intel Celeron processor and an Intel Core i7-3960X processor, according to The Hill.
HP will launch the HP Spectre 13, which will run on a 15-inch display with an Nvidia Tegra X1 GPU, a 14-inch touchscreen with an AMD Ryzen 7 1800X processor and a quad-core Intel Core M3 processor.
Asus will announce a laptop called the Asus EeePad Pro 12, which is a 13.5-inch tablet with an NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor, a 16-inch touchpad with an ARM Cortex A72 processor and two USB 3.1 ports.
Lenovo announced a 13mm convertible Chromebook in the past, but the company is also working on a 13 in a 13 form factor laptop.
We’ll update this article when we have more information.
Lenovo and Dell are not the only companies to offer Chromebooks, but they’re the only ones to offer them in the US and Europe.
Acer, Asus and HP have all announced Chromebooks at CES 2018, but Asus hasn’t announced any of its Chromebooks until now.
Lenovo, on the other hand, will debut its first Chromebook in Europe this year.
Lenovo is also one of the most important Chromebook vendors, and the company’s Chromebooks have been used by millions of people around the world.
It launched its first Chrome OS laptop in 2017 and it has sold more than 7 million Chromebooks worldwide since then.