Chromebook tablets are still struggling to come into their own as a true replacement for the dying Android tablet platform but one place the emerging form-factor definitely shines is in the education sector.
Portability, versatility and relatively low costs make “Chromeblets” an awesome alternative for iPads and traditional laptops. CTL, an industry leader in Educational Chrome devices, is one of three device makers that offer a 9.7″ OP1 RockChip Chrome OS tablet and they do so at the markets best price.
The CTL Chromebook Tablet Tx1 offers up the exact same specs as the alternatives from Acer and ASUS but brings with it the expertise of the Education sector that sets CTL apart from major OEMs. On top of that, the CTL Tx1 remains $30-40 cheaper than the competitors at $299.
In an effort to make the most out of school budgets, CTL is now offering a bundle that includes 16 Chromebook Tx1 Tablets, Luxor mountable charging station and Chrome Licenses for each device for $4999. Purchased separately, this package would run upwards of $5500.
The CTL Chromebook Tablet Tx1 features 4GB RAM, 32GB eMMC storage and a stowable EMR stylus. For more details on the bundle, head over to CTL. You can also purchase the Tx1 by itself for $299.