Lenovo made a really stellar laptop, albeit not a perfect one, starting at $1,299.
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New screen, new specs, new speakers, and (most importantly) new keyboard.
It has a traditional laptop form factor and runs Android apps.
For one reason: keyboards.
More MacBooks are also reportedly getting better keyboards in 2020.
Likely to handle the extra power of the upcoming laptop.
Starting at $999 and shipping October 22nd.
This is basically everything we’re expecting from tomorrow’s event, minus one particular device.
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