Lenovo launches Ideapad U1 Hybrid Notebook cum Tablet PC

January 11, 2010 at 7:34 am (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , )

Lenovo has been in spotlight at the CES 2010 after the launch of its New Ideapad U1 Hybrid Notebook cum Tablet PC. The Ideapad U1 Hybrid Notebook cum Tablet PC is another instance of innovative Technology with all new striking features. But the most astonishing fact about the device is that it can separate its head from the rest of its body. Once separated, the base of the PC turns into a 3G wireless hub for the tablet, assuring that you keep up live with your Internet connection.

Lets see what features make Ideapad U1 Hybrid Notebook cum Tablet PC an innovative Technology.

  • It is a 3.8-pound laptop.
  • The device renders a clear view with 11.6-inch display.
  • The laptop operates using Windows 7 on a Core 2 Duo CULV processor.
  • Ideapad U1 Hybrid Notebook cum Tablet PC has a 128GB solid-state drive.
  • When detached it serves as a stand-alone Linux tablet PC running on a 1GHz Snapdragon ARM processor with 16GB of flash memory.
  • The laptop is priced at around $ 1000.

Lenovo‘s Hybrid Switch software controls the move between the main processor and the Tablet processor thus allowing the users to browse any Website in laptop mode and continue where they left off after they detach the tablet. The Lenovo‘s Ideapad U1 Hybrid Notebook cum Tablet PC is planned to be launched in coming June this year. The price of this Technology is quoted expected somewhat around $1000.

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