ASUS Chromebox 4 features a 10th Generation Intel Core or Celeron processor and DDR4-2666 memory for faster, smoother, and more energy-efficient performance. It also supports up to three 4K displays and comes equipped with versatile USB-C 3.2 Gen 1 and USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A ports for fast data transfers, and USB-C also supports power delivery and DisplayPort connections. Offering easy access to Android apps via Google Play, the device lets you enjoy your favorite apps with the power of a mini PC. For the added benefit of Chrome Enterprise, the ASUS Chromebox Enterprise 4 option empowers businesses, IT administrators, and remote employees with the tools they need for enhanced productivity and efficiency.
(Last supply, Chromebox 5, will be launched in late March)
Triple-display productivity with true 4K UHD visuals
Extensive connectivity with power-delivery technology
ASUS Chromebox 4 for education
A simple and seamless digital experience
Powerful networking capabilities
Enjoy faster and more stable wireless connections thanks to dual-band 802.11ax WiFi 6.
ASUS Chromebox 4 automatically keeps itself up-to-date when connected to the internet, so you’ll always have the latest features and virus protection.
Access files anywhere
Files are automatically synchronized to Google Drive**, so you always have access to your files in the cloud anytime, anywhere. All you have to do is log on to your Google account on any device.
ASUS Chromebox 4 has a wide assortment of apps that work online and offline. You can read and edit documents, spreadsheets or presentations even without an internet connection!
Chrome devices can be automatically enrolled in a specified domain when first connected to the internet, eliminating the need for high-volume manual enrollment and saving IT a great deal of time and effort.
Google Admin console
Google Chrome’s web-based management console lets you easily manage users, applications, or devices across your organization from a single dashboard. With Chrome device management, IT administrators can configure Chrome features for their users, allow or block apps and extensions, and force install apps.
‧Turn services on or off for individual users: For example, you can restrict access to Google Meet for most users but turn it on for selected users. You can even create a group authorized to access specific functions.
‧Configure settings for individual Chrome devices: The Google Admin console lets you manage thousands of Chrome devices. For example, if the Chrome devices in your Asia offices require different Chrome configurations compared with devices in other regions, you can create an Asia organizational unit and configure customized Chrome OS device settings for that unit.