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Lenovo A10 laptop review
on 9 February 2014
This is an Android 4.2 Jelly Bean 10'1 tablet with a keyboard put together to become an
It's very similar to the Chromebooks, but with this Lenovo A10 you can have widgets, apps and games, like I said it is just like an android tablet.
The good things about this laptop:
-the price : for less than £200 it's a good solid piece of equipment
-it has a Rockchip RK3188 Cotex-A9 Quad Core Processor - fast and responsive
-the keyboard is very comfortable to use, good for writing emails, blogs etc
The bad things:
- one the worst things about this machine is the internal storage, some might not want to compromise on this.
16gb storage could be adequate for many, BUT you only get 1gb for apps,which is outrageous in today's technology,
Yes it is possible to add extra storage via micro sd card, but you always have to make sure that you transfer the apps to your sd card. Many apps need to stay in the internal memory, so there are not many apps you can have on this machine.
-the screen is 1366x768 it doesn't have a clear or bright display, it's very average
Overall it's a very usable android laptop, great for studying, typing emails, or for commuting.
Don't expect a great ultra fast machine with a bright super hd display though.