Lenovo IdeaPad Duet 5 Chromebook, OLED 13.3" FHD Touch Display, Snapdragon SC7180, 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage, Qualcomm Adreno Graphics, Chrome OS, Abyss Blue

Regular price $640.72

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SKU: E-22580

Category: Laptop, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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Estimated Delivery : October 03 - October 06

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  • The Lenovo IdeaPad Duet 5 Chromebook is the ultimate 2-in-1 device, powered by Chrome OS and cloud computing and designed for portability – take it anywhere for up to 15 hours of battery life
  • This versatile touch screen Chromebook has a detachable fabric folio keyboard and stylus support, plus an ultra-light slim chassis; enjoy a favorite movie in tablet mode then snap on the laptop-grade keyboard to become a productivity powerhouse
  • With its lightweight Samsung OLED display, the Duet 5 Chromebook’s 13.3" full-HD screen (1920 x 1080) at 400 nits bright is capable of true color via 100% DCI-P3 color gamut
  • Enjoy crystal-clear audio from 4 speakers with smart amplifier technology, 2 microphones, and rear 8MP and 5MP front-facing 1080p FHD cameras for streaming and video calls
  • Discover how fast and simple this 2-in-1 Chromebook is – login with your Google Account to access your Google Drive and Chrome preferences; find every app you need for work, study, and entertainment in the Google Play store

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Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on June 25, 2022
Rarely lags out for my usage (document editing, streaming, music playback), the audio sometimes chops on Android apps though. I can go for 3 days without charging at all which is just bonkers, I like that! Just one thing - I once had the device unusable for about two weeks: it shut down once while I was listening to music. It refused to charge and boot. I let it sit for 2 weeks without the charged plugged in. It eventually turned on with the charge at ~1%, so I rushed for the charger. It is probably a bug in the battery microcontroller or some issue that definitely needs to be investigated by Lenovo as I am not the first user to experience this issue. For now my (hopefully) workaround will be to simply avoid having it 100% charged all of the time. That bad experience aside, the device is working fine right now! The choice to have it be a laptop or a tablet really comes convenient at times. Shines over the HP x2 11 (which was the other device under consideration when buying) because of the display size and being an OLED, plus the keyboard size is more convenient and the CPU is inherently better. The HP chromebook did have on thing going for it - a headphone jack and a fingerprint reader. Hoping to see those in the next generation of Duets.
Reviewed on September 11, 2022
I use my Lenovo for all my schoolwork as well as some personal work. It works really well! I love how easily it converts from laptop to tablet. Plus the battery lasts for days! The camera quality isn’t the sharpest, but it works. I definitely recommend this for any student.
Reviewed on August 22, 2022
I original bought the first original Duet and loved it but at times it was just too small. When this larger updated one came out I purchased it right away and I'm so glad I did!! It's everything I want or need in a portable, but powerful computer for my Real Estate business. I bought it on Amazon Prime Day, saved a bunch of money and could not be happier. My husband even purchased one for himself after seeing mine operate. You can't beat the size, features, speed and beautiful display for the money.
Reviewed on July 18, 2022
This is one of the most underrated tablets in the market. Easy to use, set up, and integrate with all of your Android products. It's an amazing value because it comes with it's own protective case/keyboard. I will definitely purchase again and highly recommend it if you need it for school or leisure.
Reviewed on April 01, 2022
I love this thing, absolutely love it. A 13" OLED chrome tablet with laptop capabilities and rediculously fast charging is my dream device. Tiny bezels, good build quality. Perfect, or at least it was for the 3ish weeks I owned it until it died. I didn't even know Chromebooks had a blue screen of death, it's a darker blue than the classic Windows, and there is no text, but it's there and I found out about it the hard way. It won't turn on no matter what I do; it is deader than disco. It died so quickly that it was still inside the Amazon return window, which is great because they're sending me another one. I'm sure I'll love that one too, I just hope it lasts longer. Update, September 2022. I still love this thing. I always wanted a giant OLED tablet, it's my favorite device. Amazon sent me a new unit the next day, before I had even sent back the broken one. I have had absolutely zero problems with my replacement. In short, this thing is amazing and I can't recommend it enough.
Reviewed on June 02, 2022
It’s probably just me but o wanted to like this more than I do. I needed to replace my 10 yo MacBook and wanted a cheap option since my needs are minimal. My biggest complaint is the fact that the weight it all in the tablet part and the keyboard is light. What that means is that I need to adjust to a far different way of handling my machine. Again, it’s me, not the machine. I think it’s probably just fine for what it is and for the price. I’m just still getting used to the fact that it’s very different from a MacBook. Battery life is great and the touch screen is handy. Now if I could just get used to scrolling in reverse to what I’m use to! 😊
Reviewed on April 27, 2022
Been using this for a while now... The screen is really really big, which is great in laptop mode but it's a bit difficult to use in tablet mode as it's a bit heavy The battery life has been really good. I haven't had to charge it frequently even with my heavy video streaming use Overall it just feels like a really high end device which is great considering the price point I think my major problem is the lack of available screen protectors and cases for it. The magnetic cover provided works well but I think sturdier cases might be better in the long run. Also the design of the magnetic case prop is really difficult to use if you're trying to balance the tablet anywhere but a solid surface
Reviewed on July 15, 2022
Too many pieces, extremely short usb cord provided, only 2x USB C ports that don't support video output without a "thunderbolt" connector? I will be returning due to the fact that I can't connect it to my high quality monitor strait out of the box.