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    Lenovo m10 plus (3rd gen) vs Duet (gen1) opinons

    by 07-reuses.rumba ·


    Looking to get a new tablet mostly for streaming and maybe some simple web browsing, essentially something I can just carry around the apartment and watch youtube on. Saw that the Lenovo m10 (3rd gen) and the Duet were both on sale for $150. I’m leaning towards the Duet since it’s marginally smaller and I like and that Duet runs ChromeOS vs Android, despite it being 2 yrs older. Wondering if anyone has any strong opinions either way or if I’m missing anything.


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      Reply To: Lenovo m10 plus (3rd gen) vs Duet (gen1) opinons

      by birdmantd ·

      In reply to Lenovo m10 plus (3rd gen) vs Duet (gen1) opinons

      I suggest that you check the user reviews for both tablets first. Personally, for recreational streaming and browsing that both Chrome or Android OS are more than qualified. Since both tablets are the same price, it’s a flip of the coin if both are rated well.

      I use a Samsung Galaxy S7+ tab that uses Android and I love the OS personally as it is almost identical to what I use on my Galaxy S21 phone.

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      RE: Lenovo Tab M10 plus (3rd Gen) vs. Duet (gen1)

      by barbara.cunningham ·

      In reply to Lenovo m10 plus (3rd gen) vs Duet (gen1) opinons

      Don’t know anything about the Duet, but I recently purchased the Lenovo Tab M10 Plus (3rd Gen), and it does everything I want it to do so far. Of course, I got it mainly for reading digital books; so I haven’t done much of anything else with it. In fact, as I set it up, I uninstalled or disabled a lot of the preinstalled apps because I wouldn’t use them. So, depending upon what you want to use it for, your mileage will probably vary a lot.

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