Chrome OS tablets have been a thing for the past year and a half or so, but there still aren’t all that many on the market. Google makes one. Acer and Asus have models. And a few enterprise and education-focused companies including CTL and AOPEN have models.
But soon there could be another player: About Chromebooks has pieced together some clues and figured out that Lenovo is probably developing its first Chrome OS tablet.
The evidence comes from a now-removed post to a Chrome OS subreddit, a Chrome OS bug report, and a little internet sleuthing that shows that folks who work at a Chinese hardware manufacturer with an existing relationship with Lenovo have been testing whatever the product mentioned in those items is…
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