ASUS announces its latest Chrome OS-based device, Chromebox 4. This compact device is perfect for both personal or work purposes. The Chromebox 4 features Intel’s 10th Generation processors or Celeron processors. It also features 8 GB of DDR4-2666 RAM. As for storage, users have the option to choose a 32GB or 64GB eMMC storage drive or a 128 GB M.2 SATA SSD. The Chromebox 4 can support a maximum of 256 GB M.2 SATA SSD.
The box also features the ability to support three 4k displays simultaneously. This feature allows professionals to spread their documents to work efficiently or a user can use it to stream 4k content.
As far as the connectivity is concerned, the front of the box features two USB 3.2 ports and a single SD card slot for easy storage expansion. This allows for easy connection to a wide array of devices. The back of the box features two HDMI ports, three USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports, a single Type-C port, and a single RJ45 port allowing for a wired connection.
The Chromebox runs on Chrome OS; hence it can provide access to a wide array of Android apps.
As per ASUS, the Chromebox will be launched in December 2020 in North America only, ASUS hasn’t provided a specific date. It will carry a starting price tag of $289.