In this Lenovo Chromebook Duet review, we will be going over one of the options for the best Chromebook for kids. It\u2019s available for only $249, has a MediaTek Helio P60T processor, integrated ARM G72 MP3 graphics, runs on the Chrome operating system, and packs all of these specs into a tiny device with a 10.1\u201d screen.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Lenovo Chromebook Duet\r\nThe Lenovo Chromebook Duet is a 2-in-1 device that you will primarily use in tablet mode but can also function as a laptop. This Chromebook is much more than just a glorified Chrome browser; the Chrome OS operates primarily as a way to access cloud-based services over wi fi but is also capable of running Android apps that can be easily downloaded from the Google Play Store.\r\n\r\nDisplay Type\r\nThe Lenovo Ideapad Duet Chromebook has a 10.1\u201d WUXGA IPS touchscreen. This display has a 16:10 aspect ratio and produces up to 400 nits of brightness, resulting in great visual performance and excellent viewing angles. The touchscreen is a 10-point multi-touch system and can be used with your hands or with a USI-compatible pen. If you decide you\u2019d rather use a pen than your fingers, you will have to purchase one separately as Lenovo has opted to not include one with this device.\r\nResolution\r\nSince the Chromebook Duet has a 16:10 aspect ratio it also has an uncommon resolution. The screen is 1920 x 1200 pixels, providing a full HD experience along with touch features. The glossy IPS panel does well in bright environments since it can produce up to 400 nits of brightness, but unfortunately, it only comes in full HD. There isn\u2019t a 4K version of the screen available for this device, but that\u2019s not much of a concern given the low price point.\r\nBattery Life\r\nLenovo claims the Lenovo Chromebook has a battery life of up to 10 hours. The 27Wh, 7,000mAh can easily meet or exceed this claim, due in part to its MediaTek Helio P60T processor. The processor doesn\u2019t require a lot of power to achieve its intended purpose, which results in longer battery life from a relatively low capacity battery. The 10+ hour long battery life should be enough for most users, but if you want a longer-lasting battery check out the Google Pixelbook Go.\r\nWeight & Durability\r\nThanks to its small size and partially aluminum chassis (for a full aluminum chassis check out the ASUS Chromebook Flip C434), the Lenovo Duet is very lightweight at only 0.99 lbs. The overall weight will go up slightly when you attach the magnetic keyboard to it, which functions not only as an input option but also doubles as a stand. It has a premium feel thanks to the dual-tone design, all-glass front, and textured fabric cover on the keyboard\/stand.\r\nInputs\r\nUnlike the Google Pixelbook i5 (which has two USB-C ports), the Lenovo Duet only has a single USB-C port to connect to your devices. This means nearly everything you want to connect it to, such as a larger display, storage device, or even headphones, will require an adapter. Another minus of this setup is that the device charges via USB-C, meaning you can\u2019t connect the device to a display while it is charging. The single connection option is ultimately the biggest downfall of the Lenovo Chromebook Duet.\r\nLenovo Chromebook Duet Wrap Up\r\nFor what it is, the Lenovo Chromebook Duet is a decent device. It\u2019s extremely affordable, fairly capable, and offers an ample amount of internal storage, but it\u2019s really held back by its single USB-C design. This limits its overall practicality as a laptop, but if you\u2019re planning on mainly using it as a tablet, then the Chromebook Duet will work just fine.