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Last week, we saw Lenovo slashing up to 70% off its catalog of ThinkPad laptops, monitors, and PC peripherals. One deal, in particular, caught the attention of many: a $99 Lenovo 10e Chromebook tablet, which typically sells for $334. While the tablet quickly went out of stock after a few days, it seems Lenovo has replenished its inventory for those who missed the deal train.
Right now, you can buy the same Chromebook tablet for the same low price of $99 on Lenovo's website. There's no fine print on when the offer ends, but given its hefty discount, I'm expecting the tablet to sell out very soon -- again.
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Making for a handy multimedia device or even a remote-learning tablet for kids, the Lenovo 10e Chromebook tablet is a great value deal at just $99 ($235 off). The device sports a sharp-looking 1920 x 1200, 10.1-inch, IPS, touchscreen display, capable of ramping up to 400 nits of brightness for outdoor viewing. It's powered by a MediaTek 8183 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and runs on ChromeOS for a snappy and bloat-free experience.
While there are plenty of cheap tablets on the market, including Amazon's Fire lineup, Lenovo's previously $334 tablet offers a slew of mobile computing power that you just won't find with others in the sub-$100 price range. The 10e also features rear- and front-facing video cameras, both of which are essential to business workers, students, and casual users during this day and age.
Lenovo promises to ship the 10e Chromebook tablet within 1-2 weeks if you purchase today. If you can't wait, the website also supports ShopRunner, a membership-based delivery service that will provide two-day shipping on your order.
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