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The CTL J5X was recently featured in a January 29, 2017 article by CNET Senior Editor, Lori Grunin. This rugged Chromebook was showcased with CTL’s impressive line-up of education-specific Chromebooks at FETC.

The CNET article called the CTL J5X “A Chromebook convertible you can stand on, scribble on, and splash.” In the article, Grunin details the J5X features and benefits: “ It’s a rugged convertible — it has a 360-degree hinge so it can function as a tablet, presentation panel or plain-old touchscreen Chromebook — with a cover that can withstand up to 300 pounds of pressure and a write-on wipe-off skin. It’s rated for drops up to almost 2.5 ft/76 cm and keyboard flooding to up to about 11.2 oz/331 ml. And if you do successfully manage to damage it, it’s covered by a 1-year accidental damage warranty.”

Other J5X Specs include:

  • 11.6-inch 1,366 x 768-pixel 16:9 IPS display with 5 touch points
  • Intel Braswell N3060 processor (bursts to 2.48 GHz)
  • 32GB storage standard
  • Chrome OS
  • Combo audio jack
  • 3 USB 3.0 ports
  • HDMI connector
  • microSD slot
  • HD webcam
  • Up to 10 hours of battery life
  • Serviceable battery

Qualified education customers can buy a discounted unit to try out through CTL’s “buy and try” program. In addition to the J5X, CTL has an extensive line up of Chromebooks including touchscreen and extra rugged models. CTL provides complete education solutions. In addition to Chromebooks, CTL offers Chrome Device Management Licenses, White Glove enrollment services, Chromebook carts, free professional development webinars for educators, and more.

Stephanie Shea

Stephanie Shea

Marketing Manager at CTL
Stephanie Shea holds a BA in Journalism from the University of Georgia and has almost 20 years of writing experience ranging from newspaper reporting to PR, blogging, website copy, product descriptions, social media and advertising. When she’s not at CTL, Stephanie can be found playing the tenor sax, practicing astrology or hitting the running trails in Forest Park.
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