Notebook review – Lenovo A10

The Lenovo A10 is a two-in-one Android tablet and portable computer.

We’ve seen more than enough smart phone tablet half breeds, however none of them running Android. In any case that is precisely what Lenovo disclosed Friday, and its known as the A10.

The unit runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean that Lenovo vigorously adjusted to furnish both a desktop and tablet experience. On the tablet side, there’s an application launcher, where you can uncover the sum of your touchscreen applications. In the event that you need to utilize the A10 as a portable computer, you’d utilize the desktop mode, which has a Windows-esque taskbar where you can run and supervise applications.

There’s additionally a record director in desktop mode where you can access indexes, comparable to what you can do in Windows or Os X. The A10 incorporates a full Accutype console and touch cushion.

You can flip the screen around to put the A10 in stand mode and utilize it as a tablet.

When you flip that console around and rest it on a level surface, the A10 goes into “stand mode,” where you can utilize it as a tablet. Lenovo says the stable pivot and generally speaking gadget outline counteracts it from shaking when you utilize it as a part of stand mode.

The A10 sports a 10.1-inch Hd 1,366×768 determination touch screen show. The screen flips back 300 degrees to convert into “stand mode,” and utilizes the console surface as a stand to prop it up. It additionally brandishes stereo speakers and a .3-megapixel Polaroid for film visiting. It’s controlled by a 1.6ghz quad-center Cortex-A9 Arm processor, with 2gb of Ram and 32gb of space. Lenovo says it can play motion picture for up to 9 hours on electric storage device power.

At 0.68 inches wide (17.3mm), its thicker than Lenovo’s 15.5mm Yoga 2 Pro smart phone tablet half and half running Windows 8.1. However the A10 weighs just 2.2 pounds, which makes it lighter than the Yoga 2, which comes in around 3 pounds.

Lenovo says the A10 will just be accessible in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific nations. Stay tuned for additional portions on valuing and accessibility.