Lenovo IdeaPad 3 11 Chromebook 11.6″ Laptop, 11.6″ HD (1366 x 768) Display, Intel Celeron N4020 Processor, 4GB LPDDR4 RAM, 64GB eMMC Storage, Intel…

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Lenovo IdeaPad 3 11 Chromebook 11.6" Laptop, 11.6" HD (1366 x 768) Display, Intel Celeron N4020 Processor, 4GB LPDDR4 RAM, 64GB eMMC Storage, Intel...
  • No setup required. Log in to your Chromebook laptop with your Google account and you’re ready to go. Easy access to collaborative tools on G Suite and the full library of apps on Google Play
  • Slim and lightweight, this notebook computer goes anywhere. Running on lightning-fast Chrome OS, it boots up in seconds, updates automatically, and keeps you safe with built-in virus protection
  • Enjoy your favorite streaming videos and music. The 3-side narrow bezel HD display delivers beautiful clarity, while dual 2W stereo speakers offer crystal-clear audio
  • Take it with you. With up to 10 hours of battery life, you can stay productive on the go
  • Stay connected with the 720p webcam, 2×2 WiFi 5 (802.11 ac), and Bluetooth 4.2 combo with WiFi card. You’ll also have 2 x USB 3.1 Gen 12 (Type-C) ports, 2 x USB 3.1 Gen 12 (Type-A) ports, a microSD Card Reader, and an audio combo jack

Specification: Lenovo IdeaPad 3 11 Chromebook 11.6″ Laptop, 11.6″ HD (1366 x 768) Display, Intel Celeron N4020 Processor, 4GB LPDDR4 RAM, 64GB eMMC Storage, Intel…

Standing screen display size

‎11.6 Inches


‎Chromebook 3 11"


‎1.1 GHz celeron_n3450


‎4 GB DDR4

Memory Speed

‎2400 MHz

Hard Drive

‎Flash Memory Solid State

Graphics Coprocessor

‎Intel Integrated Graphics

Chipset Brand


Card Description


Wireless Type

‎Bluetooth, 802.11ac

Number of USB 3.0 Ports


Average Battery Life in hours

‎10 Hours



Max Screen Resolution

‎1366 x 768 Pixels

Operating System

‎Chrome OS

Item model number


Item Weight

‎2.42 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎11.02 x 7.87 x 0.67 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎11.02 x 7.87 x 0.67 inches


‎Onyx Black

Processor Brand


Processor Count


Computer Memory Type


Flash Memory Size


Hard Drive Interface


Optical Drive Type

‎No Optical Drive

Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

9 reviews for Lenovo IdeaPad 3 11 Chromebook 11.6″ Laptop, 11.6″ HD (1366 x 768) Display, Intel Celeron N4020 Processor, 4GB LPDDR4 RAM, 64GB eMMC Storage, Intel…

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  1. Avatar of Andrés España Tapia

    Andrés España Tapia

    La computadora funciona bastante bien. Me sorprendió el rendimiento que tiene para el procesador y la RAM y mueve bastante bien las aplicaciones de Android aunque las desactivé dado que no las necesito.

    – Muy ligera
    – Buen rendimiento
    – El teclado es excelente
    – La webcam es básica pero cumple
    – No tiene ventilador así que no suena
    – Buenos parlantes
    – Excelente batería
    – Aplicaciones de Android

    – La pantalla es horrible. No es por la resolución, es el panel en sí que es malito. Si eres exigente con la pantalla, NO la compres
    – El trackpad aunque funciona, se nota que fue otro lugar donde cortaron presupuesto. Es poco preciso pero igual cumple
    – No sé si fue mi compu específicamente o será en todas, pero hay un ruido electrónico que en ambientes muy silenciosos se nota.

    Si ocupas un equipo ligero, con buen teclado para trabajar en cosas básicas (que no ocupen más que el navegador) o bien, trabajos de la universidad o escuela, la recomiendo mucho. Solo tener en cuenta los contra.

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  2. Avatar of Isaías Castro Armendariz

    Isaías Castro Armendariz

    Compre este equi ]po por practicidad y no estoy decepcionado. Es rapido e inicia al instante. la calidad del teclado/plastico es baja pero estoy conforme. Tiene algunos problemas de conectividad ya que el wifi se desconecta frecuentemente. El touchpad tambien es algo tricky pero te acostumbras. El audio me dejo sorprendido ya que se escucha bastante bien. La bateria rinde muchisimo la he utilizado algunas horas durante los pasados dos dias y aun no baja del 75%. La camara web esta OK. En conclucion la relacion calidad precio esta muy bien. Recomendada si tienes un equipo mas robusto al cual puedes acceder desde la chromebook.

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  3. Avatar of Gabriela Navarro

    Gabriela Navarro

    Es súper ligera y fácil de usar, resuelve el problema de pagar por el sistema operativo cada que se vence la licencia o se considera obsoleto

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  4. Avatar of T. C. Perconti

    T. C. Perconti

    A surprisingly well-rounded and well equipped budget chromebook that doesn’t get the attention it deserves.

    Having recently given my Google Pixelbook to a friend who was in desperate need of a computer, I was in the market for another chromebook… just in time for Prime Day June 2021. I didn’t need a powerhouse since I have learned firsthand that running Linux on a chromebook sounds better on paper than it does in real life use.

    The 2-in-1 form-factor was fun to tinker with but in practical day-to-day use, I found it better to use a dedicated Android tablet (Samsung Galaxy Tab S6) for touch and pen tasks. A traditional clamshell design would be fine for those “laptop-y” things… and an 11″ or so screen would allow for a very portable device.

    With those requirements in mind, I went hunting in the Amazon (see what I did there? 😉 ) for a suitable chromebook. I found that most of the deals were for devices that had been released two or more years ago. A few other “deals” weren’t any cheaper than the regular prices at other stores (for the same processor/RAM/storage configurations).

    I ran across the Lenovo Chromebook 3 (LCB3 for short) and it really intrigued me. Not only was it quite inexpensive, but it had a decent processor (Celeron N4020), decent storage (64GB), and more ports (2-USBC, 2 USBA 3.0, microSD card slot, and headphone/mic jack) than my old Google Pixelbook (2 USBC, headphone/mic jack).

    I watched some reviews on Youtube for this device and only one gave it a half-decent review. In spite of the lack of glowing reviews, I purchased it.

    When the LCB3 arrived and I opened the box, I was impressed with the look and feel of this chromebook. I don’t have to qualify this comment with (…for a $170 chromebook). No, it is legitimately a good looking and feeling chromebook, period.

    The lid has a tasteful Lenovo branding plate on it and a section of the lid has a fine gray hash pattern stenciled on that gives it an interesting and attractive look.

    The screen is a matte screen… yes! I’ve always been a fan of matte screens (especially on Thinkpads) and although the reviewers complained that it wasn’t a bright display, I found it to be just fine in the places I typically use a notebook-type device.

    The keyboard isn’t the same as that found on Lenovo’s other laptops, but it feels stable and quite acceptable for long typing sessions.

    The trackpad works well and is consistent.

    Battery life is extremely good. I haven’t run it all the way down yet, but on multiple occasions, I’ve run it on battery mostly surfing and typing for 3-4 hours and the projected battery life remaining registered 10+ hours. I don’t know how true that is, but I’ll try to run it all the way down and update with the results.

    Performance is more than adequate. The combination of the Celeron N4020 and the lower screen resolution results in a very smooth and responsive experience.

    Because expert reviewers have access to a wide variety of devices, (many of them high-end), they can have their perspectives skewed a bit. It’s nothing personal against them, it’s how we’re all wired. That seems to be evident in their review and coverage of the LCB3.

    Lenovo has been “killing it” (in a good way) lately in the chromebook space. Their Chromebook Duet gets most of the attention, but this LCB3 is the hidden gem in their recently released chromebooks.

    I’ve owned the older Lenovo ThinkPad chromebooks in the past, but the LCB3 feels more like a ThinkPad than those officially branded ThinkPad chromebooks were. I’m baffled as to why expert reviewers haven’t given this device more attention.

    I was initially concerned about how well the few Android apps I rely on would work on a non-touchscreen chromebook, but so far, they work as expected.

    I’m delighted with the LCB3 and it will fit nicely with how I use my chromebooks. I hope this is helpful to those who are considering purchasing the Chromebook 3.

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  5. Avatar of Homer


    I like this little laptop. It’s very small and light, but is advertised as touch screen. It is not touchscreen

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  6. Avatar of A cat in the garden.

    A cat in the garden.

    I got this chromebook only a couple of month ago and the battery stopped charging. The power light would only show the yellow light.

    Youtube video showed people taking the lenovo chromebooks apart and disconnecting the ribon cables next to the usb ports the reconnecting them to get the battery changing to work again. i gave that a try and it worked.

    the red powering light shows up now and crosh terminal : “battery_test 8” show that battery is ( charging or full) 100%. so does chrome://power

    Some people on youtube claim its a static electric problem that chromebooks have. To bad they dont come with simple to remove and replace batteries like old laptops use to have.

    + I got the chromebook apart.
    + ribon unplugged and replugged then back together.
    + everything works now. but if i have to do that every couple of month im going back to my old 2011 acer laptop that has linux on it.

    So just a warning for people that dont like to have to take things apart to fix them. dont get this lenovo chromebook.

    do a youtube search for “chrome book battery is not charging” and you see that its a common problem.
    Some people blame the ChromeOS and fix the problem by doing a hard reset that wipes all the data and make you start over from scratch. That was not a option i felt like doing.

    My lenovo idea pad 3 11 chromebook 11.6″ laptop. it is the one with the intel celerin N4020 chip. i got the intel one for the linux support.

    at the time if purchase in june-2021 $169. -$208 after tax.
    Well i thought it would last longer without running into problems.

    no touchscreen on mine. i don’t know if the touchscreen and ARM based ones are build better. they cost $30 or $40 dollars more. I have never had this kind of battery trouble with android tablets. maybe its just a chromebook laptop thing.

    Becuase i was able to get the battery working again i will give this laptop a 1½ star or TWO star review.

    If it worked right without battery trouble i would have given it a solid FOUR out of FIVE stars. I like the running firefox from the linux virtual maching. i also use the linux side of the chromebook for podcast. andriod support is just a little meh, but i use the netflixs android app to download show for later and it work good enough.

    + chromeOS drive and google work well.
    + android works okay.
    + linux debian buster works okay
    – its the batter that ruined things.
    – laptops are suppose to be portable not stuck being used like a desktop always plugged into power.

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  7. Avatar of Sushi Doodles

    Sushi Doodles

    When all you need to do is browse on the computer this chrome definitely does its job. Screen quality is good, super light weight and price is not bad.

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  8. Avatar of bruce milhem

    bruce milhem

    Love how fast i was up and running.screen quality is outstanding.samsung no more.

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  9. Avatar of Amazon Customer

    Amazon Customer

    Despite the false advertising about this expensive little hobbit netbook, it has no touchscreen and does not fold… Its 200$, the screen is 11 inches lol, this trackpad is awful and of course its just a chromebook, but still with 200 bucks your half way to building a brand new desktop pc that can play real games and has a a keyboard not made for 9 year olds.

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