Xolo is an Indian smartphone and tablet vendor who just entered the netbook game with the new Chromebook.
The new portable device costs just 12,999 INR or US$205, and is powered by the Rockchip RK3288 processor which GizChina patrons would be well acquainted with. If you aren’t, here’s what the RK3288 has — a quad-core CPU with a 1.8GHz clock rate and a Cortex A17 architecture.
Coming back to the Xolo Chromebook, it has a 11.6-inch screen with a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of on-board storage (10GB out of which should be available to the end user). You would naturally want to add extra storage, and hence, there’s a microSD slot for that.
To top it off, the device has a 1MP front camera and a 4200mAh battery along with the usual radio (WiFi, Bluetooth) and 2x USB ports, and an HDMI out port.
As usual, 100GB of Google Drive storage can be availed for free (for up to 2 years) with the purchase of the Xolo Chromebook. The Xolo Chromebook is yet to go on sale (it’ll be available on Snapdeal, but an exactly identical device in the form of the Nexian Air Chromebook (which also launched today) can be bought from Amazon already.