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Friday, 11 October 2013 15:20

Lenovo confirms IdeaPad A10

Written by Slobodan Simic

10-inch Android notebook

After the user manual for it leaked online, Lenovo had no choice but to confirm that it is indeed working on a 10-inch Android notebook, the Lenovo IdeaPad A10.

As you may have seen before, Lenovo is doing quite well on both smartphone and PC markets and while Asus definitely holds the crown when it comes to Android-based laptop, AIO, tablet-with-keyboard devices, Lenovo's little Ideapad A10 actually pushes more to notebook rather than tablet users.

Judging by the first pictures, we will be looking at 10.1-inch notebook that will be able to flip its HD screen into "stand mode" or theater mode as some like to call it. It will also feature a specific Android-taylored keyboard that will have home, back, apps buttons.

The confirmation comes from Chris Millward, a Lenovo spokesman who said that "The product has not been canceled. It will be going out to the market." Unfortunately, there is still no word on the actual price or the precise launch date.

More here.

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