Lenovo IdeaPad

Lenovo IdeaPad A10 convertible notebook confirmed

Details of the 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 IdeaPad A10 convertible Android notebook spotted

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 IdeaTab S2110 and keyboard dock hands-on

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 IdeaPad A1 Hands-on and unboxing

If you've been looking for a budget Android tablet and some of the current offerings aren't quite what you've been looking for then I might have just the device for you. The 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.

Deal Alert: Lenovo IdeaPad A1 on sale for $167 [UPDATE]

Ever since the HP TouchPad firesale put the idea of super-cheap tablets into people's heads, technophiles the world over have been clamoring for deals on big-screen mobile hardware. The success of the relatively inexpensive Kindle Fire and Nook Color/Nook Tablet are testaments to this. If you're looking for a tablet deal and don't mind sticking with Gingerbread, Lenovo is selling the IdeaPad A1 for just $167.20 at its online store - a good 25% lower than any competing model from a large manufacturer.
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