Lenovo continues to be pro active by launching new devices and the latest such model is the Lenovo IdeaPad Duet 3i, that comes with Windows 10 and offers a in 2 in 1 tablet format. It’s expected to hit the stores in July priced at $470.

We’re dealing with a rather typical diagonal, of 10 inches, or better said 10.3 inches actually with a Full HD resolution. Inside we find an Intel Gemini Lake Refresh processor, plus we’ve also got bundled a detachable keyboard and support for digital pen input. This badly wants to be a Surface Go rival and the price shows it. The starting piece offers a more modest package, like an Intel Celeron N4020 processor and 4 gigs of RAM.

Lenovo goes up to 8 GB of RAM and an Intel Pentium Silver N5030 model. The nfity thing is that the starting price also bundles a folio keyoard cover, unlike the Surface Go. The Lenovo Digital Pen is another affair, since it’s priced separately. You can get the device in a WiFi version or 4G LTE version. It seems that it has only one storage version: 128 GB (eMMC 5.0) and it also brings a 5 MP main camera at the back and 2 MP front fixed focus shooter. Connectivity is definitely strong: 2 USB 3.2 Type-C ports, with DisplayPort 3 and USB PD, as well as audio jack, plus WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0.

There are dual mics included and Windows 10 S or Windows 10 Pro as the OS. The whole thing weighs 1.3 pounds.