Lenovo Ideapad Duet Chromebook with free noise-cancelling headphones

I got really excited last year with the news Lenovo was releasing the first serious Chrome OS tablet since the Pixel Slate. When the Pixel Slate failed a lot of us thought that was the end of tablets running Chrome OS. At the time I was thinking the same because Chrome OS wasn’t up to the job of offering a great experience in tablet mode. This has improved a lot since then. I still don’t think Chrome OS in tablet mode is as good as an Android Tablet. That being said, it’s much better than it once was and I regularly use my Pixel Slate as a tablet when chilling out.

The great thing about Chrome OS tablets is they truly do offer that ultimate 2-in-1 experience. Although Hybrid Chromebooks are good. They don’t offer the same versatility you get from a Chrome OS tablet capable of doubling up as a Chromebook. This is one of the reasons why the Lenovo Chromebook Duet was such a success both in the UK and USA. It’s also good to see we’ll be seeing more Chrome OS tablets released in 2021.

The Ideapad Duet is a budget Chrome OS tablet, but it still offers a lot for the money. First of all, you’re getting a tablet, and by simply attaching the magnetic keyboard a full-on Chromebook experience. The keyboard, which is included in the price and the magnetic attachment is excellent when you consider the price of this device. So you’re already getting something that offers amazing value for money. Well, the deal I’ve found today offers you all of this with a free pair of Bluetooth JBL noise-cancelling headphones.


The Lenovo Chromebook Duet comes with a MediaTek Octa-core processor capable of speeds of 2.0 GHz. The 4GB of RAM and the processor will mean you’ll easily be able to use this device for most tasks. Whether that is internet surfing, social media, streaming HD movies or using Android Apps. It also comes with 128 GB of storage, which is a huge amount of storage considering the price. In fact, Chromebooks costing twice this price come with this amount of storage, so that’s pretty good to see.

The display is also pretty impressive because it offers Full HD. The IPS panel used means you’ll get great viewing angles and the colours are more vivid than what you’d see from a cheaper panel. It’s super bright as well at 400 NITS. All this means you’ll be really impressed with what the display offers when playing your favourite Android App games.

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If you want to know more about whether this Chromebook is for you. Then watch the review from Chrome Unboxed. I’m sure you’ll realise after watching the review that this Chrome OS tablet is amazing for the price you’re paying.


We all love a great deal. Well, I think this is a fantastic deal when you consider you’ll also be getting a free pair of JBL headphones. At the time of writing this article. The headphones alone cost £89.99 from the same retailer. Noise-cancelling headphones are great when you’re on the move. I don’t know about you but being on a tube, bus or train listening to music isn’t always that great. This is usually because you can hear all of the background noise. Noise-cancelling headphones fix that, so it allows you to be more submerged in your music.

JBL headphones free with Lenovo Chromebook Duet
Free headphones with Lenovo Chromebook Duet

What HiFi awarded these headphones with a four-star review. This is really good considering What HiFi do not give away stars that freely. To find out more about the free headphones on offer. Have a read of the review from What HiFi.


I’d definitely say this is a good deal if you’re interested in buying a Chrome OS tablet. The Lenovo Chromebook duet is a great device. It’s the device that has rescued Chrome OS tablets after several previous models failed. The tablet and keyboard alone is a great deal. Getting all of this and a free pair of noise-cancelling headphones is simply excellent.

The Lenovo Chromebook Duet with a free pair of noise-cancelling headphones. This is definitely a deal I’d be looking at if I was on the lookout for a Chrome OS tablet.