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Drive big results in a small package with the Lenovo Chromebox Micro

Making your customers and employees happy is more than just a nod to good service, it’s the name of the game. And to achieve this, many organizations are investing in digital signage and kiosk solutions to help transform customer and employee experiences. In fact, a recent IDC study found that ChromeOS devices drove 40% improved customer satisfaction and a 37% increase in employee retention for kiosk and digital signage.1 Unfortunately, many alternative kiosk and digital signage solutions in use today are expensive, clunky, and hard to maintain. And these issues are apparent no matter where you deploy devices, from retail stores and warehouses to schools and hospitals. Here’s the good news: we’re expanding our device portfolio to deliver the best kiosk, digital signage, and shared workstation experiences, and the solution may be smaller than you think.

Collaborating with our partners

ChromeOS is excited to collaborate with Lenovo to launch the first compact Chromebox for organizations worldwide. With the Lenovo Chromebox Micro, you now have a pocket-sized, cost-effective, and energy-efficient mini-computer and media player to power your kiosk and digital signage, giving your customers memorable experiences and your employees a better workday.

Small but mighty

The Lenovo Chromebox Micro has a footprint about as small as a Google Pixel, and is designed to help you deliver exceptional end-user experiences. With the ability to stream 4K video, share web-based content 24/7, and power touchscreen kiosk experiences, the Lenovo Chromebox Micro brings a big impact in a package that offers both flexibility across use cases and convenience. It’s low maintenance and enterprise-grade thanks to fanless and ventless metal construction, Intel-based to ensure speed and efficiency, and all powered via USB Type C. Its small size means it can be easily mounted anywhere, including behind large-format displays, putting your content front-and-center, not the hardware.

Lenovo Chromebox Micro isn’t just a great piece of hardware, it also brings the ChromeOS features you know and love to your kiosk and digital signage devices. Access to the Google Admin console makes it easy to deploy, troubleshoot, and monitor your devices, while the Titan-C security chip provides top-notch security, with no reported ransomware attacks or viruses.* Chrome Remote Desktop allows you to monitor, troubleshoot, and control devices from anywhere. Google engineers have worked closely with the developers of key industry solutions to make sure they work effortlessly with the Lenovo Chromebox Micro through Chrome Enterprise Recommended.

The Lenovo Chromebox Micro is a marvel of technological design and innovation, it is the powerhouse behind an extensive array of digital solutions tailored for a diverse range of industries and environments. The device can help transform any business by offering unparalleled visual experiences in a small but powerful solution that’s easy to deploy. Marc Godin, Vice President and General Manager of Commercial Smart Devices Solutions Group, Lenovo

Get started today

Enhancing your customer and employee experiences doesn’t need to be difficult.

We’re passionate about providing quick-and-easy deployment of high-quality kiosk and digital signage solutions that improve employee and customer experiences. Drive big results in a small-package with the new Lenovo Chromebook Micro. Plus, there is more to come, we’re partnering with additional device manufacturers to bring affordable, compact, enterprise-grade Chromeboxes to your business soon.

Take a minute to learn more about the Lenovo Chromebox Micro today by getting in touch with our team.

1 IDC Use Case Brief, sponsored by Google ChromeOS, The Business Value of ChromeOS for Kiosks & Digital Signage, doc # 49786822, February 2023

*As of December 2023 there has been no evidence of any documented, successful virus attack or ransomware attack on ChromeOS. Data based on ChromeOS monitoring of various national and internal databases.

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