On one of the pages of the Lenovo products website, the specification of a Chromebook with the IP 5 Chrome 16IAU7 ID has been seen, which is said to be the first Lenovo gaming Chromebook, in fact the world’s first gaming Chromebook. Currently, by referring to the IP 5 Chrome 16IAU7 link, you will be directed to the Lenovo product specification reference website; But the website ChromeUnboxed managed to get information about this device. According to the leaked details of this product, its brand will probably be IdeaPad Gaming.
Lenovo Gaming Chromebook has not been officially announced yet; But the leaked information about this device shows that it will use a 16-inch display with a resolution of 1440p and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Other features of this product include quad speakers and a full four-zone keyboard with RGB lighting and an eye-catching graphic design that makes it look like a gaming laptop.
Of course, the technical specifications of this device as a gaming product are not very logical. to report DigitalTrendsThis Chromebook will be available in several models with an Intel Core i5 1235U or Core i3 1215U chip and 8 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of storage.
Lenovo’s timing to introduce the first gaming Chromebook is also disappointing; Because Google plans to close the Stadia cloud game service soon. However, users can still use other platforms that provide cloud gaming services, such as Nvidia’s GeForce Now or Amazon’s Luna.
It looks like the internet search giant is trying to bring Steam to Chrome OS. Since most Chromebooks can run Android games and apps, owners of these products can also run games designed for smartphones and tablets.
Thus, Lenovo’s unannounced Chromebook could be a good option for some buyers as a low-power gaming device. However, gamers who want to run games with the best graphics quality should probably stick to their Windows laptops.