Grab the Lenovo Chromebook Duet on sale — stylus included

Save up to 22%: As of Oct. 12, two Lenovo Chromebook Duet models (styluses included) are up to $75 off at Lenovo’s website.

An OLED Lenovo Chromebook Duet will reportedly drop in October, but that hasn’t happened yet. As launch gossip floats around the internet, the old (but still great) models are going on sale.

Both Amazon and the Lenovo website have put the Duet on sale, which means multiple models are between 15% and 25% off. But only Lenovo is including a stylus with your purchase.

You can score the 128GB eMMC Lenovo Chromebook Duet with Lenovo USI Pen for $264.99 at Lenovo’s semi-annual sale. That’s a savings of $75 (22%) on its regular price of $339.99.

The Lenovo Chromebook Duet comes with a stylus and detachable keyboard.
Credit: Lenovo

The best laptop for kids” or “the best 2-in-1 Chromebook” are huge honors, and they’re titles that countless publications have bestowed on Lenovo’s Chromebook Duet. Respectable specs like a 1920 x 1200 touchscreen and a 2.00 GHz, 8-core processor are capable enough for daily projects. — especially at this price.

This Chromebook is lightweight and can fold right in half, making it quite portable. The hybrid design allows it to be a regular tablet or notebook laptop when you want it to be; however, it can turn into a drawing and note-taking companion with use of the included USI pen. The folio type cover on the back of the tablet can prop the Duet up for streaming.

Check out other Chromebook Duet models on sale from Amazon and Lenovo. You can spend even less if you ditch the stylus or buy renewed:

Lenovo Chromebook Duet (4GB RAM, 128GB eMCP SSD, pen sold separately) — $247 (save $84.99)

Lenovo Chromebook Duet (4GB RAM, 64GB eMCP SSD, pen sold separately) — $238.90 (save $41.09)

Lenovo Chromebook Duet renewed (4GB RAM, 64GB eMCP SSD, pen sold separately) — $196.99 (save $142.01)

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