Lenovo has now officially announced its full lineup of Windows 8 based tablets, ultrabooks and convertible notebooks, including the first dual-core Intel Atom based IdeaTab Lynx.
The new IdeaPad Lynx is built around a 11.6-inch IPS screen with 1366x768 resolution and it's based on Intel's new CloverView dual-core Atom CPU working at 1.8GHz. The rest of the specs include 2GB or RAM memory and 32 or 64GB of flash storage.
Unlike the rest of the lineup, the IdeaPad Lynx is a more of a traditional tablet that will be available with an optional keyboard dock. Although Lenovo did not reveal any details regarding the battery life of the tablet itself, the did not that it will be able to hold out for up to 16 hours when paired up with the keyboard dock.
In addition to the extended battery life, the keyboard dock will also add two USB 2.0 ports. The tablet itself has micro USB, micro HDMI and a microSD card slot.
The new IdeaTab Lynx will be available as of October 26th with a price tag set at US $599. The keyboard dock, of course, adds US $149 to the price tag.