In a world where computers are becoming more and more elegant, slim, and light, Lenovo is ready to impress the world with another one of its creations. The Chinese company had recently released its Duet Chromebook, a beautiful laptop/tablet that’s running on the Chrome OS.
The Lenovo Duet Chromebook comes in two models, and both can be an excellent companion while you’re away on a journey or at home.
Buy the Duet Chromebook for under $300
The first model costs $279, and for that amount, you’ll get 4GB of RAM, a MediaTek processor, and only 64GB of storage. But for an extra of $20, you’ll get a double amount of storage for the same laptop.
The Duet Chromebook can be considered both an Android tablet or laptop, offering a nice experience for those who need a portable device for writing documents, writing some programming code, and so on. If you’re planning to run some high-end games on Lenovo’s new laptop, then you might as well shift your focus towards another computer.
Lenovo’s laptop has a glossy display of 1,920×1,200 resolution with a 16:10 aspect ratio. The keyboard connects with pogo pins and it can magnetically attach with a snap. The display also supports USI pens.
Video calling on Lenovo’s new laptop? No problemo!
With video calling services like WhatsApp, Zoom, or Messenger Rooms being on the rise during the pandemic times, it’s good to know that Lenovo’s Duet Chromebook is also packed with some cameras. There’s a 2 MP front camera and an 8 MP camera mounted on the rear. Of course, there’s nothing notable in this area of the camera, but anyway, they’re good enough for video calls.
As a lot of tech enthusiasts are debating online and offline if a laptop is better than a tablet or vice versa, the Duet Chromebook made by Lenovo seems to loudly ask, “why not both?”.