The Android running laptop Lenovo A10 becomes official
Among the most interesting and convenient devices in the mobile world are the hybrids between laptops and tablets. The high-end devices blend the advantages of both, the notebooks and the slates in one very practical and favored by users device. For many laptop users the hybrids become the best way to get used to work with tablets. The advantages of those models are various and many experts predict a bright future for this type of devices. ASUS is one of the pioneers in the mobile arena that introduced the convertible hybrids from the series Transformers. The success of the devices has provoked the biggest manufacturers of laptops to work on developing and launching of new models hybrids.
The new addition to the mobile arena comes from Lenovo. The convertible device offered by the company runs on Android and brings all the advantages of a tablet in a convenient laptop. The convertible notebook is named Lenovo A10. It boasts a 10.1-inches display with a resolution of 1366×768 pixels. Its body is designed to be able to fold backwards into a highly convenient device with touchscreen for more fulfilling user experience. The Lenovo A10 runs on Android 4.2 OS. It is powered by a quad-core CPU with RK3188 chipset clocked at 1.6GHz. Lenovo claims that the new hybrid model will be able to work for up to 9 hours in moderate use before you need to recharge the battery. The plans for distribution of the convertible device include markets in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. The company is not planning to launch the A10 in the USA, at least for now. The expected price for the hybrid is slightly higher than $200.
The rising of the convertible devices comes as a result by the changing needs and preferences of mobile users. The smaller touch-friendly screens combined with the convenience of the keyboard and the laptop experience satisfies better the needs of users today. We will see more and more convertible models in the next year.