Work on pending assignments while on the move with this Lenovo Chromebook Duet. The 10.1-inch touch screen provides an interactive user experience, while the 128GB of internal storage offer ample space for apps and media files. This Lenovo Chromebook Duet features a MediaTek Helio P60T processor and 4GB of RAM for effortless multitasking.
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Google Chrome OS
Chromebook is a device for the way the modern world works, with thousands of apps, built-in virus protection, and cloud backups. It is secure, fast, up-to-date, versatile, and simple.
10.1" screen with 1920 x 1200 resolution
This high-resolution screen is ideal for web browsing, studying, reading, and streaming HD content.
128GB internal storage plus access to cloud
Plenty of onboard storage for photos, videos, documents and more. Plus, 100GB of one-year free trial of Google One to keep your documents, files, and photos free and secured.
The right combination of fast performance and power efficiency. It allows rapid multitasking, delivers smooth response, and boasts amazing graphics.
Dual cameras for photos and face-to-face chat
2.0MP fixed-focus front-facing camera with LED indicator and 8.0MP autofocus rear-facing camera.
A:AnswerI believe there will be a model with 64 GB of storage in addition to this model, which has 128 GB of storage. I think the price difference is only $20. It's possible that Best Buy won't even carry the model with 64 GB--the price difference is not worth the downgrade IMHO.
A:AnswerThe Duet runs Chrome OS, so yes it is able to access Microsoft Word though it'll be the Android version which you can get through the Google Play Store. It is capable enough for light-work - editing word documents, creating all-text documents etc. You can also access Office Online through the Chrome browser.
A:AnswerIt is compatible with any USI stylus. This is a fairly new stylus standard and I've only seen one made by HP so far. It should let you draw and feature palm rejection. I would honestly wait for reviews though if you are even slightly concerned about issues like input lag.