details from the leak, there wasn't much room left for doubt, however Lenovo did follow-up with a quick confirmation. The key, that confirmation was a simple comment. As of today however, the Lenovo A10 has been officially announced.
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Lenovo IdeaPad A10 convertible notebook surfaced yesterday. Those pieces included a service manual and user manual as well as a product listing on the German Amazon site. But just in case there was any doubt as to whether Lenovo was actually planning to release the yet-to-be-announced Android notebook -- things have since been confirmed.
Lenovo recently announced a few new Android tablets, and it looks like they may soon announce another item in the IdeaPad family of devices. Except this time around, it doesn't appear this will be a standard tablet. The device is the IdeaPad A10 and it appears to be a convertible notebook. Yes, an Android notebook. While we wait for an official announcement, there has been some sightings.
Lenovo hasn't truly been big in the Android tablet scene, with most of it's large-sized devices leaning towards Windows. But now it seems that Lenovo will be dipping its toes further with two new Android tablets from the manufacturer's unique bending Yoga hybrid line.
Lenovo announced and brought a trio of new and improved Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablets to IFA 2012 here in Berlin, Germany, and today we're taking a look at the fanciest of them all. This is the IdeaTab S2110 and has had a few changes since we first saw it earlier this year. This tablet hybrid just like many recent Transformer tablets comes with a keyboard dock for added usage and battery life. Check it out below.
Lenovo has a brand new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet on the block today that might be worth taking a second look at. It's called the IdeaPad A2109 (not to be confused with the S2109) and is a pretty great package all for $299. This might not dethrone the Nexus 7, but those wanting a larger screen with similar specs should take note.
Lenovo IdeaPad A1 tablet. Today we had the opportunity to unbox it and get a quick hands-on for everyone to check out. It might not be the fastest or the best, and it runs on Gingerbread but take a look below to see more.
IdeaPad A1 for just $167.20 at its online store - a good 25% lower than any competing model from a large manufacturer.
now $30 more expensive on the company's web store? The price of the cheapest IdeaPad A1 raised from $199 to $229, but the upgraded 16GB version will still be $249. Android Community is currently waiting for a response from Lenovo regarding the price change.
back in July, it was officially announced at the beginning of September coming in with 4 awesome color options available, we have all the details below.