Lenovo ThinkPad C13 Yoga Enterprise Chromebook

Lenovo ThinkPad C13 Yoga Enterprise Chromebook

Aside from easier maintenance for IT professionals such as pushing out updates, does anyone know what makes this Enterprise edition different?

Is there an H1 chip for slightly more secure operations in both this and a standard c13 Yoga? Looking through five different articles, I have yet to find anything that distinguishes this Enterprise model from the standard model. But clearly there has to be something that is more robust. Any help would be appreciated.

Updates through June 2029, you’ll have ~6 more years of updates remaining (out of six years) which is GREAT for what Woot sells. After that date, no security updates / bug fixes / etc will be released for this device. ALL Chrome based devices have a limited ‘shelf life’ as, “All Chrome OS devices now receive regular upgrades for a minimum of six and a half years from when their chipset first appeared on the platform”

Normally I’d complain about the screen here, however, this has a 1080p screen. What I will complain about (and Woot can’t fix) is that it seems every time a ChromeBook has a 1080p screen the rest of the specs are overkill for a Chromebook. ChromeOS (or whatever it’s called) is a very lightweight OS. This processor is major overkill. But it is what it is.

Woot Staff: The End Of Life date should be at the top of the specs; it’s the single most important spec when buying a Chromebook/box ESPECIALLY considering Chrome based devices have a limited update lifetime (6 years from the first date of manufacture). I see the information in blue in the specs and while that’s a start, the information is still at the bottom of the specs.

I’m GUESSING that you’ve already nailed it; the enterprise edition makes it easier for IT types to manage the device.

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Everything states “128Gb or 256GB”, which is it?

I am more a self-serve(r) type.


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Sorry about that. It’s 256GB. We’re gonna relist it corrected.

Thank you. Kindly ask the ad writer to double check on the condition of the non-enterprise version. It was listed as “new.” Not as refurbished. Ask please to verify that ad’s accuracy. I am sure you can agree, New vs. Refurb is a vitally important distinction and the warranties do not match.

It showed as an Amazon flip as well. Might have a different warranty if it was from 3P and not directly from Amazon. There’s a lot of magic that goes in to figuring out warranties and I don’t know all of it.