CTL Chromebook NL7 LTE with Sprint works with Google’s G Suite for Education as well as G-Suite Basic for Business and Enterprise editions
Sprint has teamed up with Google and American telecommunications company CTL to launch an all-new LTE Chromebook for students and business professionals.
Called CTL Chromebook NL7 LTE with Sprint, the new model features Sprint’s built-in LTE technology. It seamlessly integrates with Google’s G Suite for Education as well as G-Suite Basic for Business and Enterprise editions, said Sprint.
In addition, the device allows users to connect virtually anywhere without the need for a Wi-Fi connection or mobile hotspot, it added.
It brings together the power and reliability of Sprint’s LTE wireless network with the speed, simplicity and security of Google’s Chrome OS platform.
The CTL Chromebook NL7 with Sprint features an 11.6-inch LCD display alongside an unspecified “Intel processor,” 4GB of RAM, and up to 32GB of internal storage.
Thanks to a secure, always-on, high-speed Sprint LTE internet connection, users will have immediate access to email, documents, databases, mobile teleconferencing and more, from virtually any location.
Students, businesses to benefit from new Chromebook
According to Sprint, the CTL Chromebook NL7 LTE with Sprint is equipped with a powerful battery designed to last an entire school day.
The company is offering the new Chromebook at $15/month with unlimited LTE data.
Businesses get more done with CTL Chromebook NL7 LTE with Sprint. From small and mid-size businesses to large enterprise organizations, the always-on LTE connection gives business professionals seamless integration to all of Google’s top-rated G-Suite editions including Basic, Business and Enterprise.
Built-in LTE keeps teams in sync and connected to all G-Suite productivity tools like Google Drive, Gmail and Google Sheets and others, without requiring a hotspot.
Hyperion roped in for sales and distribution of the new Chromebook
CTL has teamed with Hyperion for sales and distribution of the CTL Chromebook NL7 LTE with Sprint. The device is expected to be available by mid-December.
Sprint is a Google Cloud premier partner, enabled to sell and deploy G Suite licenses.
“With an increased demand for LTE-enabled devices and increased productivity on the go, Sprint is pleased to be the exclusive wireless provider for the CTL Chromebook NL7 LTE with Sprint,” said Jan Geldmacher, president, Sprint Business.
“Students, business professionals and other users alike will soon be able to get the speed, efficiency and security of Chrome OS while harnessing the power and reliability of our industry-leading wireless network,” Geldmacher concluded.
The CTL Chromebook NL7 LTE with Sprint is part of the expanding product portfolio by Sprint Business.