Alongside some new ThinkPads that Lenovo announced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today, the company also introduced some low-cost laptops for businesses, including the 14e Chromebook Enterprise and the 14w Enterprise.
Powered by the A4 processor that AMD announced at CES this year for Chromebooks, the 14e Chromebook Enterprise promises a new design "from the ground up". It also has narrow bezels, Chrome enterprise and education apps, and it meets Lenovo's education durability requirements. That means that it can take a beating, spills, and more. It also offers up to 8GB DDR4 RAM, up to 64GB eMMC storage, and up to a 14-inch FHD display.
The Lenovo 14w Enterprise is interesting, as it uses AMD's A6 processor - which was also designed for Chromebooks - but it runs Windows 10 Pro. It also has a new design and narrow bezels, but it offers a touchscreen, Office 365, and Staffhub. You can have it configured with up to 8GB RAM, 128GB eMMC or 256GB M.2 SSD, and the 14-inch display is up to FHD.
Both the 14e Chromebook Enterprise and the 14w Enterprise will be available in the U.S. in March, starting at $279 and $299, respectively. They will not be available in EMEA regions.