Last year was a good year for Chromebooks and Lenovo made one of the best, the Chromebook Duet. Ahead of CES 2021, the company announced the Tab P11, which essentially uses the same design idea of the Duet but running on Android instead of Chrome OS.
Starting at $230 (£170, AU$295 converted) and expected later this month, the 11-inch tablet leans more toward entertainment than productivity compared to the Duet.
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