Lenovo IdeaPad A10 Specs and Info
|The Lenovo IdeaPad A10 is a 10.1" Android 4.2 Convertible Laptop. It is based on the Rockchip RK3188 CPU and comes with 1GB of RAM. Lenovo shows off the standards of Android based Laptops with WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, a microSD cardslot and a multitouch display. The display itself can be rotated 300° around the laptop for a 'stand' mode. It is a budget device somewhere around 200 USD so it doesn't pack some of the more serious hardware. This is more a Netbook replacement for some media usage or some light office usage.|
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Lenovo IdeaPad A10 Specifications
|Model name||IdeaPad A10||CPU||ARM Cortex A9 (Dual-Core)|
|CPU speed||1600 Mhz|
|Graphics||ARM Mali 400 MP|
|Display Size||10.1" 1366 X 768||Screen Type
|Weight (Minimum)||1000gm / 2.2 pounds|
Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)
SDHC slot (Micro)
USB 2.0 (x2)
|Wireless Interfaces||802.11 b/g/n|
No Wireless WAN (e.g. 4G)
|*Specifications can vary|
Lenovo IdeaPad A10 alternatives
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|Asus Chromebook Flip ( C100), 10.1 inch, 900 grams (1.98 lbs)|
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|Lenovo Yoga 3 11, 11.0 inch, 1100 grams (2.43 lbs)|
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|Lenovo Ideapad Flex 10, 10.1 inch, 1200 grams (2.65 lbs)|
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|Dell XPS 11, 11.6 inch, 1134 grams (2.5 lbs)|
The Dell XPS 11 is a foldable Windows 8 laptop-hybrid like the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11. With a 360 degree foldable screen it can be used either in laptop or tablet mode. At just around 1,1 kg it is pretty light to carry around in a bag. Something we like to mention is the 2560x1440 pixels resolution display Dell packed in there. With an not Intel Core i5 Haswell processor it should be capable of handling all office cases one could imagine, plus some basic level gaming.
|Panasonic AX, 11.6 inch, 1140 grams (2.51 lbs)|
This Panasonic convertible is available in Japan and offers some of the best we've seen in terms of specs, weight, size and features. This is an 11.6" Full SSD convertible in 1.1KG! Vpro models available. Sensor pack included. Unfortunately the screen is only 1366x768 but on an 11.6" screen, that's acceptable for most.
|MSI S20 Slidebook (Slidebook S20 0M-048US), 11.6 inch, 1170 grams (2.58 lbs)|
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