The A10 will come with a 10.1-inch HD display, a 1.6 GHz quad-core Cortex A9 processor, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB of on-board storage, a 0.3 megapixel webcam, and an estimated nine hours of battery life.
Lenovo has also customized the Android interface to include an app launcher, a status bar with handy Wi-Fi, battery and clock notifications, and a task bar, according to a manual on Lenovo’s website. And while you can’t “undock” the display from the keyboard like the Asus Transformer Prime, you can flip the screen around into a “stand mode.”
Making an Android-based laptop is an interesting move for Lenovo adm slumping PC sales, which have now fallen for six quarters in a row and hit a five-year low in the July-to-September period. That said, Lenovo has plenty of experience with Android. After all, its sales of tablets and smartphones overtook its PC sales in its last quarter.
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