The Chromebook Duet runs on a MediaTek Helio P60T chipset with 4 GB of RAM. Those specs don’t seem like much, but this is the most powerful Chrome OS tablet after the Pixel Slate, and in my experience it was fine for basic tasks. The 10.1-inch display is great for answering emails, surfing the web, or streaming the latest episode of Bob’s Burgers. It does not have a headphone jack but has a 3.5mm dongle for connecting to a single USB stick-C port.
While Chrome OS’s tablet interface has gotten better over the past year, it’s nowhere near as easy to use as the iPad OS (do not hurt me). However, Google is quickly improving the experience and the Duet will continue to receive automatic software updates through at least June 2028.
For me, the things that make this tablet stand out are the attractive two-tone blue and silver design and the included keyboard accessories at no extra charge. Chrome OS switches to desktop mode when connected and transforms the tablet into a more productive workspace.
If you’re looking for a sleek and attractive Chrome OS tablet, this is pretty much your only option right now. Fortunately, for the most part, it’s an objectively good option too. You can find the 128GB Chromebook Duet at Best Buy for $ 269 to $ 30 off.
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