As for more traditional specs, the CX9 uses 11th Gen Intel processors, up to Core i7 – more power than most people need in a Chromebook, but that means it should be extremely. fast. ASUS squeezed a 14-inch screen here with thin bezels; the company claims that the laptop has a screen-to-body ratio of 91%. ASUS didn’t mention RAM or storage sizes, but the laptop has a wide array of ports (at least as far as a laptop goes in 2021). One side has two USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 4 and an HDMI port, while the other has a traditional USB-A, micro SD slot, headphone jack, and security lock.
We don’t have a release date or price for the Chromebook CX9 yet; At this point, all we know is that it will be available in the US in the second quarter of this year. But if it has the build quality ASUS claims, it’s not hard to imagine a model with Core i7 processors costing around $ 1,000.