Asus has announced a new product, i.e. Fanless Chromebox which supports up to three 4K displays. It almost looks like a wireless router and can be mounted on the back of the display and desks. It has a Celeron or 10th Generation Intel Core Processor. Asus also introduced the Asus ZenBeam Latte L1 projector.
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Fanless Chromebox By Asus
According to a report, the Asus Fanless Chromebox rate starts at $399 (nearly Rs. 29,100). It will be available in the US by February 2021. The release date of the International launch is still unknown.
It has a fanless aluminum chassis which is designed to provide thermal stability. The connectivity options include WiFi 6 connectivity, USB 3.2, 2.0, USB Type C ports and Bluetooth v5.0. The Asus Fanless Chromebox has 4GB and 8GB RAM with up to 128 GB M.2 SATA SSD. It also offers up to 256 GB of SSD storage.
You can choose one Intel core among Intel Core i3-10110U, Celeron 5205U CPU, and Intel Core i7-10510U. Moreover, this fanless Chromebox has an integrated chipset and an Integrated Intel HD Graphics card. By using the inbuilt Google support, you can use different Android applications. This fanless Chromebox also has a lockable VESA.
ZenBeam Latte L1 Projector By Asus
Asus announced its Asus ZenBeam Latte L1 projector at CES 2021. The projector has a 720p display with 120 inches across 300 lumens of brightness. Also, the projector has 10W Harman Kardon tuned speakers and 12 hours of playback. It has three audio modes: Music, Movie, and Game. The projector has a 600mAh battery with Eco mode and lasts for 12hours while playing music or podcast.
It works on multiple TV media platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and YouTube. This projector has HDMI input and wireless capability to connect the external sources in it. According to the company, the LED projector design was inspired by Coffee-Mug. The projector is a fabric mesh.