which Lenovo, the largest PC maker over the past two quarters, plans to soon introduce notebook-transformer running an operating system Android – Idea Tab A10, – PhoneArena reports with reference to the operation manual, vendor accidentally published on its official website .
The news followed on the background of the top managers of Hewlett-Packard, which they plan to abandon Windows, both on the main operating system for personal computers.
device will have the same structure as IdeaPad Yoga: the standard state, it will be a laptop with a touch screen, but the screen can be turned through 360 degrees and receive the plate.
Unlike regular fixture in the convertible PC notebook-transformer Yoga allows you to rotate the screen is not about a central vertical axis and around the axis of the hinges. The company Lenovo reported that they have patented a mount.
Screen IdeaTab A10 to be 10.1 inches, its resolution is not specified. The computer will be equipped with a 4-core processor architecture Rockchip RK3188 ARM Cortex-A9, 1 or 2 GB of RAM, two USB 2.0 ports and port HDMI. It is also reported to support Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Built-in flash memory will be 16 or 32 GB, depending on the configuration. PhoneArena resource with reference to retailers in Germany reported that the retail value of the computer will be 250 euros. When the device goes on sale, is unknown.
add that the rumors about the appearance of the model number of Lenovo notebook-transformer based on Android appeared at the beginning of 2013
IdeaTab A10 will have the same design as the IdeaPad Yoga
In turn, IdeaPad Yoga on Windows 8 was introduced in early 2012 to the current lineup of hybrids Yoga includes a model with a screen diagonal of 11.6 inches, running Windows RT, with Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, and models with a screen 11.6 and 13.3 inches, running Windows 8, with a family of processors Intel Core.
currently present on the market for laptops transformers based on Android, although their design is different from that of Idea Tab A10. For example, HP SlateBook x2 and Asus Transformer Book Trio.