The Lenovo Ideapad Duet Chromebook comes with a MediaTek Helio P60T octa-core processor which is the same old processor that’s been available in the Android market since 2018. If we talk about the speed of the laptop, then it is not going to provide you the speed you desire but can handle everyday tasks promptly.This is a casual use device and if you desire to push it to its limits with demanding software and games, then your laptop will get bogged down pretty quickly.
However, if you intend to use this laptop for general video streaming, web browsing, and other basic activities, then you’ll be able to do so without any hiccups. Furthermore, the laptop puts up an average performance when it comes to light gaming. Now talking about the battery life of the device, you’d be surprised to learn that the laptop maxes out at 21 hours and 29 minutes. Compared to other Chromebooks on the market that shut down after a maximum of 10 hour usage, the Lenovo Ideapad Duet Chromebook is certainly a breath of fresh air.
The reason behind this is the light-duty GPU, CPU, and hardware used by the laptop. However, even though the device offers an excellent battery life, it loses out on performance with just a 4GB RAM.