Lenovo silently released two refreshed versions powered by MediaTek’s MT8183 ARM processor, the 11.6” Chromebook 3 and 14” Chromebook 3. Last month, the company’s website listed the 11.6″ Flex model at $319. Point to be noted that Best Buy has recently listed 2 configurations of the 14″ model. These models are available for purchase in the Arctic Grey 180-degree clamshell. Both models also powered by the same MediaTek SoC found in the Duet Chromebook. The starting price for Lenovo Chromebook 3 with 14” is around $269 and offers a Full HD non-touch display with a meh 220 nits of brightness. The company generally uses decent panels in its budget devices. The better model comes with a 300 nit anti-glare touch display with a touchscreen option.
Both devices are identical besides the display. You will get 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage with the MediaTek processor. The 14″ Chromebook 3 comes with 1 USB-C, 1 USB-A, a MicroSD card slot, and a 3.5mm audio jack. The USB-C port will do the charging and extend the display all at the same time if your dock your devices as an external monitor. The new Chromebook 3 from Lenovo has upward-firing speakers on either side of the keys. It is noteworthy that Samsung rumors recently suggested the launch of Galaxy Tab S7 Lite at an unpacked event. However, the company recently announced its tablet but the latest leaks suggest that it is just a prediction before its announcement. An earlier leaked image shared by Evan Blass provided a brief look at the new device.
The leaked image shows the new device will feature flat edges, slim bezels, and a dual-camera setup, as well as featuring S Pen support. It will supposedly include a magnetic area on the back where users can store and charge the stylus. The Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will reportedly support a notebook cover that will attach to the device through the aforementioned magnets. The notebook accessory will supposedly come in 5 different colors including black, blue, white, green, and pink. Both Roland Quandt and Max J have chimed in on Twitter to say the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will actually be called Galaxy Tab S7+ Lite. Previous rumors suggested that it will feature a 12.4-inch display, Snapdragon 750G processor, 4GB RAM, and the aforementioned S Pen support.