ASUS today has announced the launch of ASUS Chromebox 4, the Chrome-based device will feature 10th Generation Intel processors, USB-C 3.2 Gen 1 and built-in Google Play support.
Dynamic performance and ultrafast connectivity
ASUS Chromebox 4 combines 10th Generation Intel Core or Celeron processors, up to 16 GB of DDR4-2666 memory and up to 256 GB of M.2 SSD storage for fast, smooth performance that is more energy-efficient than ever before. The device also comes equipped with a versatile USB-C 3.2 Gen 1 port for fast data transfers, power delivery and DisplayPort functionality, and it supports up to three 4K displays at a time for brilliant, sharp visuals and powerful productivity. Additionally, the device provides Intel WiFi 6 connectivity for ultrafast network connections and USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A ports for quick data transfers.
Access to a rich selection of Android apps
Built-in support for Google Play on ASUS Chromebox 4 provides users with unfettered access to a wide array of Android apps and content. Access to these apps enables users to easily find their favorite apps and enjoy them with the power of a mini PC — so the device is perfect for business, education and home use.
Security and reliability
ASUS Chromebox 4 is designed from the ground up with security in mind. The device automatically updates, which ensures that users always have the latest software and security updates to stay safe from viruses, malware and other security issues. Additionally, the newly designed VESA mount is lockable and securely attaches to surfaces for physical protection from falling or theft.
The ASUS Chromebox 4 will be available from early Q1 2021 in Australia. For more on ASUS, check out our previous coverage.