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Lenovo 11e Yoga convertible chromebook (IPS, 4GB RAM, 16GB eMMC, Celeron N2940), $130 shipped, refurb or scratch-dent from Lenovo Outlet

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Lenovo Outlet has the Yoga version of the 11e Chromebook (with IPS) starting at $130, free shipping, either refurbished or scratch-and-dent.

Here is the link [lenovo.com].

For example, they currently have 12 in stock of part No. 20DBX01700 for $129.70, refurbished:

Intel(R) Celeron(R) Processor N2940 (2M Cache, up to 2.25 GHz)
Google Chrome OS - English
Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator HD
4 GB PC3-12800 DDR3L SDRAM 1600MHz SODIMM Memory
11.6" HD (1366x768) LED backlight, Multitouch, IPS w/720p HD Camera
UltraNav (TrackPoint and TouchPad)
16GB eMMC (embedded Multi Media Card) flash memory on board
No Optical Included
Integrated Lithium Ion 4-cell (35Wh)
Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260, Wi-Fi + Bluetooth combo
Bluetooth
No WWAN Supported
No Fingerprint Reader
1 Year Standard Depot Warranty
Form Factor
Laptop - Bl
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Um, not a Yoga.
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Quote from d2dpcs View Post :
Um, not a Yoga.
If it has "IPS" or "multitouch" in the specs then it is the Yoga. They didn't make a non-Yoga version with IPS. For some reason the outlet uses the non-Yoga picture when selling the Yoga chromebook, it's been that way for a while.

Not sure it matters anymore, however, the 12 that were in stock a few minutes ago are now showing out of stock.
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It's not a Yoga because it's a shitty chromebook.

Not even worth it at $99. What the hell are you going to do with 16GB eMMC...
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Quote from j0hhhn View Post :
If it has "IPS" or "multitouch" in the specs then it is the Yoga. They didn't make a non-Yoga version with IPS. For some reason the outlet uses the non-Yoga picture when selling the Yoga chromebook, it's been that way for a while.

Not sure it matters anymore, however, the 12 that were in stock a few minutes ago are now showing out of stock.
After looking it up I think the OP is correct about this being the Yoga Chromebook. I wish the Outlet model numbers were little less confusing, but the 20DUX008 for sale I think is the same as the 20DU0008US which the ThinkPad Yoga Chromebook.
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picked up 5 for various family members. these Chromebooks are great for those not computer savvy (grandparents). the fact that they are yoga and of more rugged build quality makes the hardware about as foolproof as the software. thanks!
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I got mine in yesterday, and I can confirm that it is indeed a yoga device, and it seems to be basically brand new. Some of the screws were a little bit loose, but it was cosmetically perfect and is probably the best chromebook you can get for the price. 4gb ram is a really nice upgrade over my old 2gb c720, and the sd card slot is full depth so you can just leave a card in there if you want to extend the storage.
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Quote from Maceart View Post :
It's not a Yoga because it's a shitty chromebook.

Not even worth it at $99. What the hell are you going to do with 16GB eMMC...
Very helpful. wave

Chromebooks are meant for web browsing. I have an i5, 8GB, 500GB SSD Windows ultrabook that I never use because I'm always on my Chromebook.

A majority of everyday tasks can be accomplished on a Chromebook and the OS is extremely lightweight and makes it a pleasure to use.

If you don't like Chromebooks just stay the hell out of the thread. Simple as that.
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How good of a deal is this? Looking for my father in law and it's listed for $140 for the touch version. Anything similar to this but possibly with more storage same ram same performance? Thanks.
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Is the storage upgradable? eg can you add a larger SSD?
And would it be possible to dual boot other OS's? (e.g, Windows 10, Android, Linux)?
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Quote from larryc View Post :
Is the storage upgradable? eg can you add a larger SSD?
And would it be possible to dual boot other OS's? (e.g, Windows 10, Android, Linux)?
Storage upgrade is a no, especially since eMMC is generally soldered. Installing Windows on a Chromebook is unsupported, but there is documentation available: https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Thin...-p/2085673

Note that you're on your own as far as support, drivers, etc.
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