Lenovo has released the full details of the Android-powered A10 laptop which leaked online via a manual earlier this month. The A10, the first device of its kind for the company, hasn’t been dated or priced yet but there are rumours as to what it will cost when it sees the light of day.
According to a Lenovo press release the leaked manual had some of the details for the A10 spot-on. The 10.1-inch notebook will have a 1366 x 768 display, a Rockchip RK3188 Cortex-A9 CPU (1.6GHz, quad-core), 2GB of system memory and 32GB of internal storage.
Storage can be supplemented with a microSD card, there will be a webcam present and the touchscreen display will be able to fold back over the A10 itself. It will be running Android 4.2 at launch.
Launch areas and dates haven’t been defined yet but there are rumours that the A10 will wind up costing $340 (R3330) when it does makes its appearance.
Source: via Engadget