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The Chromebook, not the Windows 10 model

Fall flat

Adjustable viewing angles

Otherwise a snore

Comfy keys

Touch screen optional

Faster processor, too

Two USB Type-C ports

Four USB ports total

This is the Lenovo ThinkPad 13 Chromebook, not to be confused with the Lenovo ThinkPad 13 Windows 10 laptop.

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The 13-inch laptop can fold back to 180 degrees, but not a full 360 degrees for a tablet-like experience.

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Since the screen can tilt back so far, you can get a great viewing angle of the screen no matter how you're holding it.

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That's really the only exciting design element to the ThinkPad 13 Chromebook. Everything else about it is standard fare.

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The keyboard is comfortable for typing on. Its keys are slightly concave, so your fingers feel at home on them.

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Our review unit didn't have a touchscreen, but you can upgrade to a configuration that does.

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Our review model did have the best processor Lenovo has to offer in the ThinkPad 13. It's part of the reason why it performed so well in our benchmark testing.

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It has two USB Type-C ports and charges via USB-C (it comes with its own 45W charger).

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Including its two USB 3.0 ports, it has four USB ports total.

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