With its strong production power, Lenovo is able to push the ChromeBook down to $300 for a look, workmanship, and performance. The ChromeBook Duet, which is available in this article, retails for $279 (about $1983), which is said in amedia review of the on-MSFT review, says the device is fully up to everyday office needs and is likely to be a replacement for iPads, Surface Go 2s, and Windows notebooks.
Despite the roughness of the details, the ChromeBook Duet offers much of what mainstream laptops have. After the box-out, users get a 10-inch tablet and magnetic back cover, and can adjust the angle of use with a stand like a Surface, plus a proprietary pogo port at the bottom of the device to connect the keyboard.
The ahromeBook Duet feels very robust, easing concerns about durability. The gray and blue-colored design on the back of the fuselage is easy to associate with Google’s Pixel design. On the port side, this Duet provides only 1 USB port, with a connector for a USB-to-3.5mm headphone port in the package.
The screen provides a resolution of 1080P, and color reproduction is fine. Media editors say watching YouTube, Netflix, Twitch and other streaming movies is a bit bland. Currently, foreign editors have only actually been on hand for a few hours, downloading only a few lightweight apps, browsing the web, and playing Marvel Quest Quest games, but the initial performance has impressed him.