Back in early January, Lenovo’s IdeaPad Duet Chromebook, based on the Chrome OS operating system, attracted a lot of interest when it debuted. It’s a 2-in-1 removable tablet from Lenovo that includes a flat bet with a stand and an ultra-thin keyboard. If you’ve been waiting to start Lenovo IdeaPad Duet, congratulations, don’t wait long this time, ideaPad Duet will go on sale on Best Buy’s website as soon as May 11.
The IdeaPad Duet’s shape and functionality is very similar to that of the more expensive Google Pixel Slate, which costs just $299 compared to Google’s Pixel Slate’s $599 starting price, and comes with a keyboard accessory.
Clearly, IdeaPad Duet is more attractive in terms of pricing.
Lenovo’s tablet, while significantly less powerful than the Pixel Slate, is enough to run on A Chrome OS-based systems.
In terms of core configuration, Lenovo did not use an Intel processor this time, but instead installed mediaTek Helio P60T eight-core processor on the IdeaPad Duet, with a slightly inadequate 4GB of memory, a battery capacity of 7180 mAh, and a moderate range of battery life.
Obviously, we can’t have any more to look forward to at this price point.
After all, Lenovo didn’t steal the cut on 128GB of standard storage.
In terms of display and appearance, the IdeaPad Duet has a built-in stand, dual speakers and microphone, USB-C, a 10.1-inch Full HD 400 nit IPS display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, and a full trackpad with removable keyboard, which accounts for 90% of the board size.
IdeaPad Duet will be available in the United States, Switzerland, Taiwan, Japan, Canada and other countries, followed by more countries.