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Chromebooks are a great way to work on Google Docs processing or check your favorite internet sites; if you've been looking for a quick deal on a Chromebook, take a look at the Lenovo Flex 3 Chromebook. Right now, the handy portable device is only $99, or $30 off.
Whether you're going back to school or just staying at home to catch up on the latest family photos on Facebook, the Chromebook packs an 11.6-inch touchscreen with1366 x 768 HD resolution. It's technically a two-in-one, as the hinge can fold back to make it double as a tablet for playing tablet games or just taking notes.
With the MediaTek MT8183 processor and 4GB of RAM, you can surf the internet or play those funny animal videos that a family member shared with you on Facebook or Tik Tok. You'll also get 64GB of eMMC flash memory to store much-needed documents on the Chromebook before uploading them to your preferred cloud storage.