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Lenovo Group has announced the Lenovo A10, an affordable, ultra-portable, dual-mode laptop and the company’s first to run on Android 4.2 OS. The laptop is designed for for entertainment and Web browsing as well as productivity.

In “laptop mode”, users can take advantage of the A10’s Lenovo-customized user interface, which provides an app launcher, task bar and status bar for quick, intuitive access to the app library and desktop, as well as convenient multitasking and app switching. File manager software, also included with the Lenovo customized OS, makes it easy to locate and manage a library of documents, videos and music. In laptop mode, the device offers a full-size ergonomic, AccuType keyboard for safe, comfortable use.

With the A10’s 10.1” HD (1366 x 768) resolution screen flipped around 300 degrees in “stand mode,” the Lenovo A10 shines as a device optimized for touch-enabled apps and entertainment. The stable hinge and “fold-back” design keeps the device steady and prevents shaking and bouncing while using the 10-point multi-touch screen. Stereo speakers and an integrated 0.3M webcam help users stay connected with family and friends while enjoying an immersive “sight and sound” experience with multimedia apps, games and video.

The Lenovo A10 is powered by an RK3188, quad-core Cortex-A9 processor, running at a maximum frequency of 1.6GHz, the highest frequency for all quad-core ARM-based CPUs currently available. The Cortex-A9 processor delivers solid performance for gaming and entertainment purposes, as well as enhances users’ ability to multitask and be productive. In addition, the A10’s battery supports up to nine hours of continuous video playback, ensuring that it is ready to perform, both on the road and at the desk. Lenovo A10 weighs less than 1kg and measures just 17.3mm at its thickest point.

“With the recent explosive growth in Android-based, smart connected devices, customers are relying more on Android apps for both work and play. Why should they be required to switch and duplicate to use their laptop? Lenovo’s A10 brings ultra-portability and dual-mode benefits to Android users at a reasonable price,” said Bai Peng, vice president and general manager, notebook business unit, Lenovo Business Group

Pricing and availability varies per region. The A10 will not be available in North America. In Germany the laptop is priced at €249.

Tags: Lenovo, Ideapad, Google, Android


Comments currently: 4
Discussion started: 10/22/13 10:29:47 PM
Latest comment: 10/23/13 07:49:00 PM


Android on laptops? Why not. With Chromebooks and Android. Google is nibbling relentlessly at Microsoft's unpopular Windows 8.

It reminds me of when Microsoft was caught unaware by the rise of Netscape. Except this time Microsoft can only blame itself for the dubious choices made with Windows 8.

2 1 [Posted by: BernardP  | Date: 10/22/13 10:29:47 PM]

€249 for a Cortex A9 + Android powered laptop? €100 would be more appropriate.
0 0 [Posted by: lol123  | Date: 10/23/13 03:03:34 AM]

Another 10.1" Netbook?
Yep, just what we all wanted....
They could have at least made it a 13" screen with a decent webcam, not the minimum 0.3m they have used.
Don't get me wrong, I love the idea, but this isn't good enough.
0 0 [Posted by: caring1  | Date: 10/23/13 09:23:38 AM]

NSA data harvester.
0 1 [Posted by: linuxlowdown  | Date: 10/23/13 07:49:00 PM]


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