Asus has announced a Fanless Chrome box that has support for up to three 4K displays. The company also introduced the Asus Zen Beam Latte L1 projector at CES 2021. The Asus Fanless Chromebox can be mounted to the back of a display or desk and looks almost identical to a wireless router. It features a 10th Generation Intel Core or Celeron processor. While the compact projector, whose design is inspired by a coffee mug. Asus Announces to launch
While it has display a 720p image using up to 300 lumens of brightness, using its LED light source.
Asus Fanless Chrome box
As per a report by The Verge, the Asus Fanless Chrome box price starts at $399 (roughly Rs. 29,100). It will be available in the US from February 2021 onwards, but its international availability is not clear so far. It has Wi-Fi 6 connectivity and Bluetooth v5.0. This has USB 3.2, USB 2.0, and USB-Type-C ports. It has a lockable VESA mount that attaches to surfaces. As well as you can choose between an Intel Core i3-10110U, Intel Core i7-10510U, or a Celeron 5205U CPU. Asus Announces to launch the products.
While it has an integrated chipset and an Integrated Intel HD Graphics card. The Asus Fanless Chrome box has built-in Google Play support that enables access to a variety of Android apps. It is offered in 4GB RAM and 8GB RAM with up to 128GB M.2 SATA SSD. The report states that it is also offered with up to 256GB SSD storage.
The Asus ZenBeam Latte L1 projector
The Asus ZenBeam Latte L1 projector announced at CES 2021 can display a 720p image 120-inch across at 300 lumens of brightness due to its LED light source, with an integrated 10W Harman Kardon-tuned speaker to boot. The built-in 600mAh battery lasts up to three hours on projection in Eco mode and up to 12 hours for music/podcasts, claimed the company. Asus says that the speaker has up to 12-hour of playback. There are three audio modes: Music, Game, and Movie.