Lenovo Adds IdeaPad A10 to the Notebook Market - The New Indian Express

Lenovo Adds IdeaPad A10 to the Notebook Market

Published: 13th January 2014 06:49 PM

Last Updated: 14th January 2014 10:33 AM

This is the latest addition by Lenovo to its IdeaPad hybrid range of devices. The IdeaPad A10 comes with a 10 point multi-touch and is powered by a quad-core ARM processor. The IdeaPad A10 flips 300 degress, and is the first Android-based dual-mode notebook by Lenovo.

Priced at Rs 19,990, this device is available in India through Lenovo exclusive stores, multi-brand outlets and other big retail stores. The OS is a customized version of a rather older Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

Coming to the hardware, the device sports a 10.1-inch HD screen(1366 x 768p), is powered by an RK3188 Cortex-A9 quad-core processor clocked at 1.6GHz and  comes with a 2GB RAM. There is also an integrated graphics processor.

The IdeaPad A10, is packed with a full size AccuType keyboard with individual round keys. The device comes with a VGA webcam, and up to 32GB of SSD storage. There is a micro USB port, two USB 2.0 ports, a micro HDMI port, TF card reader and headset jack. The IdeaPad, promises a 10 hour battery life after a single charge session.

Certain Specs:

Dimensions: 269 mm x 185 mm x 17.3 mm

Weight: 1 kg (approx.)

Processor: Cotex-A9 Quad Core Processor

Graphics: integrated           

Connection: Micro USB x 1, USB 2.0 x 2, Micro HDMI, TF, (Micro SD) card reader, Audio Combo Jack, (headphone and mic)

Display: 10.1" HD 1366x768 resolution screen

Camera: 0.3M webcam

Memory: Up to 2 GB DDR3L 1600 MHz (1 GB/2 GB)

Battery: Up to 2 GB DDR3L memory, Up to 32 GB fast SSD storage

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