May 6th 2014 7:55 am

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8.0
Computerworld Aug 15, 2014

The N20p Chromebook is a standout device with lots of attractive qualities. For folks in the power-user camp, it's just a shame it's not available with the more robust internals that other similarly priced products provide.

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8.0
CNET Sep 24, 2014

Lenovo's N20p is long-lasting touchscreen Chromebook with a design on the nicer side of budget, but its semi-hybrid hinge feels like a half-measure.

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6.0
PC World Aug 26, 2014

Take your run-of-the-mill 11-inch Chromebook, add a touchscreen with a 300-degree hinge, and you suddenly have a model that's a lot more versatile and interesting than most of its cohort. It's a touch more expensive, but worth it for the extra features. The battery life is good, too.

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8.0
SlashGear Sep 11, 2014

While the Yoga 11e might be more flexible, the N20P is quite a bit thinner and will better appeal to more traditional users.

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8.0
Computer Shopper Aug 22, 2014

Lenovo's $329 Chromebook joins the Acer C720P in offering a touch screen and tops it in offering a Yoga-style easel or stand mode. Intel's "Bay Trail" Celeron gives it great battery life at the expense of benchmark-busting performance.

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CNET May 6, 2014

... in our hands-on time with the N20p and N20, both felt like a distinct step up from the least-expensive Chromebooks, such as Acer C720 line.

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PC Mag May 6, 2014

The touch-enabled N20p is built with a 300-degree hinge, which allows the display to be folded around into a display mode, which may be useful when watching video or sharing a presentation. It doesn't come around far enough to offer a tablet mode.

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SlashGear May 5, 2014

The key difference between the two Chromebooks is the display and its hinge. The N20 is of a more traditional design, but the N20p borrows from the YOGA and others in Lenovo's line-up, with a 300-degree hinge that allows the screen to be turned around for using the notebook in all-touch mode.

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TechRadar May 6, 2014

The Lenovo N20p Chromebook is one of the most gorgeous Google-stamped laptops I've seen yet. Like the Dell Chromebook 11 before it and the Samsung Chromebook 2 to come, Lenovo has clearly applied its eye for style to the Chrome OS notebook.

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Android Community May 6, 2014

The screen is of particular interest. Both come with 11.6-inch displays with similar 1366x768 resolutions. However, the Lenovo N20P's screen supports 10-finger multitouch while the N20 does not. The two also differ in terms of overall form factor.

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