Along with the 4K HDR Projector, ViewSonic has also introduced NP660 Chromebox, a device designed especially for educational environments thanks to the tools integrated with Google that allows the management and use of content, resulting in a valid option for desktop virtualization in areas such as conference rooms.
Based on Chrome OS, ViewSonic NP660 Chromebox offers several security options (sandboxing, secure boot, data encryption via TPM etc.), while Google GMS certification guarantees full support for Google Play, allowing the user to use the most popular, as well as some games.
Moving to the hardware side, NP660 Chromebox is powered by an Intel Celeron 3865U CPU, 1.8 GHz dual-core processor coupled with 4GB of DDR4 RAM. The graphics department is entrusted to the integrated Intel HD 610 GPU, which, even without exciting performance, can handle 4K content.
As for storage, we find a 32GB SSD expandable via microSD, while the expansion/connectivity are USB Type C 3.1, USB 3.0 / 2.0, HDMI, 3.5mm audio jack, Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi AC and Bluetooth 4.2. Everything is included in a black chassis that measures 148 x 41.1 x 148 mm and weighs 700 grams.
ViewSonic NP660 Chromebox will be available from April this year, priced at $349.