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 Lenovo A10 Laptop Runs Android
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Message Text: Lenovo today announced the Lenovo A10, a dual-mode laptop and the company's first to run on Android 4.2 OS.

Weighing less than 1kg and measuring just 17.3mm at its thickest point, the Lenovo A10 provides easy access to a apps on a dual-mode platform.

In "laptop mode," users can take advantage of the A10's Lenovo-customized user interface, which provides an app launcher, task bar and status bar for quick access to the app library and desktop, as well as easy multitasking and app switching. File manager software, also included with the Lenovo customized OS, makes it easy to locate and manage a library of documents, videos and music. In laptop mode, the device offers a full-size, AccuType keyboard.

With the A10?s 10.1-inch HD (1366 x 768) resolution screen flipped around 300 degrees in "stand mode," the Lenovo A10 shines as a device optimized for touch-enabled apps and entertainment. The stable hinge and "fold-back" design keeps the device steady and prevents shaking and bouncing while using the 10-point multi-touch screen. Stereo speakers and an integrated 0.3M are also included.

The Lenovo A10 is powered by an RK3188, quad-core Cortex-A9 processor, running at a maximum frequency of 1.6GHz, the highest frequency for all quad-core ARM-based CPUs currently available. In addition, the A10?s battery supports up to nine hours of continuous video playback.


 
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