This laptop has a 25.65 cm (10.1) 10-point multitouch display which lets you interact with your A10 through intuitive gestures. The hinge prevents the screen from moving when touched, allowing for more control while using touchscreen apps.
The ARM Cortex-A9 is a power-efficient and high performing processor which is commonly seen in low power budget devices. It is supported by 1 GB of RAM which allows you to multitask easily.
If you heavily rely on a keyboard for writing emails or blogging, then keep the A10 in the classic laptop mode for maximum productivity. When focusing on touch applications or while watching a film, it's best to flip the screen 300 degrees to enter the stand mode which gives you a good viewing angle.
The Lenovo IdeaPad is powered by Google's Android operating system. The laptop uses Android v4.2 Jelly Bean which is convenient, intuitive and easy to use. As it runs on Android, this laptop gives you access to the Google Play Store which is a rare feature in laptops.
The Lenovo A10 IdeaPad can go up to 9 hours on a full charge. The IdeaPad also has an audio playback of 39 hours when the display is off.
The A10 uses Lenovo's acclaimed AccuType keyboard which is ergonomically designed for a comfortable typing experience with reduced errors.
This laptop has stereo speakers which deliver rich sound to the user. It also has an integrated webcam which makes it a great device for video conferencing.
The A10 has a 16 GB eMMC, which is short for embedded Multi Media Controller. This has both flash memory and flash memory controller integrated on the same silicon die. eMMC simplifies the application interface and liberates the processor from low-level flash memory management.
This laptop is Wi-Fi enabled, allowing you to connect to wireless internet networks. The laptop has Bluetooth v2.1 which allows you to connect to other Bluetooth devices.
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There are very few items that I am not happy with ...
28 Jul, 2014
Not Worth for Moeny
2 Mar, 2014
Cannot install windows in this slatebook
22 Jan, 2014
Not worth investment
21 Jun, 2014
3 Feb, 2015
26 Mar, 2014
Worth the buy - but 5 stars if Dongle support was there
26 Jun, 2014
28 Sep, 2014
Best Altnative option for 10 inch tablet
18 Jan, 2014