The notebooks are expected to be powered by Rockchip.
PC makers Lenovo and Asus are planning to launch low-cost Chromebooks that are expected to compete with HP and Toshiba.
The notebooks will be powered by Rockchip CPUs which are designed in China, and might feature 11.6-inch display, sources familiar with the matter told Digitimes.
However, technical details of the notebooks have not been revealed yet.
Lenovo previously launched the Rockchip RK3188 processor in a 10.1-inch Android notebook, but it will be the first time Asus will be using Rockchip processors.
The notebooks are expected to cost $149 which is lower than that offered by Acer that was launched in 2012.
HP introduced two Chromebook models, an 11-inch notebook worth $299.99, powered by Intel Celeron N2830 and a $199.99 14-inch notebook powered by Nvidia Tegra K1 processor.
Toshiba’s notebook is powered Intel Celeron N2840 processor with starting price of $249.99.