Search Results for: lenovo u1 hybrid

Lenovo U1 Hybrid not dead after all: Android resurrection tipped

Lenovo U1 Hybrid not dead after all: Android resurrection tipped

Having disappointed hybrid smartbook fans with the apparent news that the U1 Hybrid and Skylight had been canned, Lenovo now seem to be hinting at a potentially different direction for their eye-catching hardware.  TabletPCReview sat down with the company at a recent press event, and found the Lenovo team were talking about new Android builds for the U1 Hybrid and Skylight that implied the devices would, indeed, see an eventual release.

Continue Reading...

Lenovo U1 Hybrid & Skylight OS Smartbook Axed in Favor of Android

Lenovo U1 Hybrid & Skylight OS Smartbook Axed in Favor of Android

It actually hasn't been that long since Lenovo promised us, and everyone else for that matter, that the U1 Hybrid and Skylight Smartbook featuring Skylight OS was still coming. Not that long at all. But, all good things must come to an end, and in all honesty, if it means that something better could be coming along, well, we're all for it. Today, Lenovo has officially pronounced the two promising platforms and pieces of hardware tech dead before arrival.

Continue Reading...

Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid hits FCC

Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid hits FCC

The Lenovo IdeaPad U1 tablet was talked about a lot previously around here along with the LePad tablet. The tablet looks a lot like a netbook when it is docked inside the keyboard case. We have had our doubts as to whether the U1 hybrid would ever come to market, but those doubts are wiped away now with the U1 hitting the FCC for its needed approvals. The U1 is the dock that fits the IdeaPad K1 tablet.

Continue Reading...

Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid notebook/tablet hands-on

Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid notebook/tablet hands-on

Out of everything Lenovo have announced at CES 2010, the IdeaPad U1 Hybrid Notebook is perhaps the most eye-catching. Already being compared by some to the much-loved HP tc1x00, the IdeaPad U1 features a removable multitouch-touchscreen slate which can be docked into a notebook form-factor. We grabbed some hands-on time with the Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid at CES Unplugged this evening; check out our first-impressions and video after the cut.

Continue Reading...

Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid notebook with removable Snapdragon screen-slate

Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid notebook with removable Snapdragon screen-slate

Lenovo's CES 2010 line-up has turned out to be one of the more interesting, with a solid range of updated mainstream notebooks accompanied by some more curious models such as the Skylight Smartbook and multitouch IdeaPad S10-3t.  However it looks like they've saved the best until last: the Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid is the industry's first hybrid notebook, a combination of a regular notebook form-factor with a removable 11.6-inch multitouch-capable capacitive touchscreen slate screen.  When docked, the IdeaPad U1 uses an Intel Core 2 Duo SU4100 processor, while the tablet section alone runs a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset.

Continue Reading...

Lenovo IdeaPad A10 Android hybrid is real company sheepishly admits

Lenovo IdeaPad A10 Android hybrid is real company sheepishly admits

Lenovo has sheepishly confirmed the IdeaPad A10 Android-based touchscreen convertible notebook, after the rotating hybrid was prematurely listed on Amazon in Europe. The company's intention had been to officially announce the IdeaPad A10 - which has a 10.1-inch display and runs Android on a 1.6GHz quadcore ARM chipset - this week, spokesperson Chris Millward told PCWorld, but admitted that the company had helped spoil its surprise by leaking the user manual.

Continue Reading...

Lenovo IdeaPad K1 and ThinkPad Tablet hands-on

Lenovo IdeaPad K1 and ThinkPad Tablet hands-on

Lenovo has launched its two first attempts at Android 3.1 Honeycomb tablets, the IdeaPad K1 and ThinkPad Tablet, and we met up with the company to grab some hands-on time with both models. Targeted at consumers and at enterprise, respectively, the K1 and ThinkPad slates each tick most of the Tegra 2 Honeycomb boxes we've already seen from rival tablets; however, Lenovo also has a few tricks to differentiate them. Read on for our first-impressions.

Continue Reading...

1 2 3