IFA 2018 kicks off soon in Berlin, so device manufacturers are announcing their products now. Along with various Windows 10 devices, Lenovo also expanded its Chrome OS lineup with the Yoga Chromebook C630, C330 Chromebook, and S330 Chromebook.
As we noted in another article, Lenovo has changed up its branding. Yoga is used in premium devices and it isn't just for convertibles anymore. Models with a C are convertibles, and devices with an S are clamshell laptops.
In other words, the Yoga Chromebook C630 is a premium convertible. The laptop packs a 15.6-inch "near-edgeless" 4K UHD display, in a Midnight Blue aluminum chassis. But if the high-resolution screen isn't enough for you, it also comes with an Intel Core i5-8250U processor and 8GB RAM, so there's going to be some solid performance.
Naturally, it's a convertible, so it has Android app support. You'll be able to use Chrome OS for work, and then Android apps for tablet use cases. Storage is up to 128GB eMMC 5.1, and the device weighs in at 4.2 pounds.
And then there are the lower end C330 Chromebook and S330 Chromebook, which both contain a 2.1GHz MediaTek 8173C chipset. They include 4GB RAM and up to 64GB eMMC 5.1, but the main difference between the two - other than the C330 being a convertible and the S330 being a clamshell - is that the C330 is smaller with an 11/6-inch 1366x768 display. The larger S330 has a 14-inch screen with up to a 1080p resolution.
All of Lenovo's new Chromebooks announced today will be available in October. The Yoga Chromebook C630 will start at $599.99, the C330 will start at $279.99, and the S330 will start at $249.99.