If you thought that Chromebooks were dead, think again! Chromebooks have been gaining steady popularity across the US for their incredible simplicity, easy of use, and price. Among the latest devices joining Google’s Chromebook family of devices comes with the Chinese manufacturer, Lenovo.
The newly-announced Chromebook Duet has been aptly named as it is a 2-in-1 featuring the portability of a tablet as well as the ergonomics of an ultrabook. General dimensions of the product include a thickness of 0.29-inches as well as weight coming in at less than a pound.
The Chromebook Duet comes with a 10.1-inch Full HD+ 1920 x 1200 display, 400-nits, a Mediatek P60T under the hood, 128GB of internal storage, 4GB of internal storage, a 7810mAh battery, and comes with a detachable keyboard. Some major highlights regarding the device include the promise of updates for the next eight years and up to 10 hours of battery life.
As usual, you’re going to get all of the goodies you would expect from a Chromebook, fast boot-up times, incredible simplicity, amazing apps from the Google Play Store and more.
Regarding pricing, the Chromebook Duet is actually a pretty decent option for $299, especially for those that are constantly on the go, and that price includes the detachable keyboard for folks who were wondering whether forking out another $100 would have been necessary for the detachable keyboard. The device is currently available at Best Buy.