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Product Specifications

Manufacturer Lenovo
CPU/Processor AMD A4 9120C
RAM/Memory 4 GB
Local Storage 32 GB
Boardname treeya
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Product Description

The Lenovo 100e 2nd Gen AMD is a Chromebook that is manufacturered by Lenovo and was released in February of 2020. It is powered by a AMD A4 9120C with 4 GB of system RAM. The Lenovo 100e 2nd Gen AMD includes 32 GB of built in storage. The Lenovo 100e 2nd Gen AMD is a excellent value for students and home users targeted at the Educational market.
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