The upcoming MediaTek Kompanio 1300T for Chrome OS tablets is good news. But I keep thinking of that song by The Who and hope we won’t be fooled again.
The Lenovo Duet Chromebook has been a darling of a choice for folks wanting a Chrome OS tablet. A new contender appears forthcoming: Say hello to the Asus Chromebook Flip CM3000 with Surface-like keyboard.
Got a pen-enabled Chromebook? If so, chances are good that Chrome OS 85 added AI-based handwriting recognition to your device, turning that chicken scratch into readable text. Here’s what it looks like and how it works.
Earlier this month, Walmart was selling the $279 Lenovo Duet Chromebook with keyboard and kickstand for $249. Inventory quickly disappeared but the deal is back and in stock for this Chrome OS tablet.
Walmart is discounting the surprisingly capable Lenovo Duet Chromebook tablet by more than 10 percent. For $249, this is a great value as a Chrome OS device with detachable keyboard and kickstand.
You can now buy the Lenovo Duet Chromebook. I can’t yet say if you should buy it because I need more time to review it. However, I do have some first impressions to share about this $300 Chrome OS tablet.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Duet Chromebook with 10.1-inch display and included detachable keyboard was due to arrive in May. According to a Best Buy listing, it’s right on schedule at $299.99
Google has discounted its Pixel Slate in the past, but not this much: Between $300 and $700, including pen and keyboard. Could this be the end of Pixel Slate inventory and should you buy one? My thoughts.
An official PDF spec sheet fills in some of the missing details of the Lenovo IdeaPad Duet Chromebook including the number of models, expected run time and more.
A few recent pieces of evidence strongly suggest that Lenovo will be bringing a 10.1-inch ARM-based Chrome OS tablet with detachable keyboard support to market soon based on the code name Kodama.
A new finger-friendly tab strip user interface will make it easier to navigate tabs on Chrome OS tablets and 2-in-1 Chromebooks. It’s still a work in progress but expected to arrive with Chrome OS 80.