The Lenovo IdeaPad in my view, is a piece of genius. It is a versatile convertible that can change from a tablet to a laptop. It has 4 positions that the IdeaPad can be configured into, as shown from the image above.
The IdeaPad can be flipped 360°, which shows its superior flexibility compared to other mainstream laptops. It still works like an laptop but also has the portability of a tablet. When you flip it into a tablet, it disables the keyboard and touchpad, which are not in use in its tablet mode. Although it feels weird, it is still a hybrid and is slightly thicker then a real tablet. The other two positions are more for presentations when you want to display something.
Now for some specifications, it has 2 USB ports and a HDMI port too. It has a built-in webcam that can take 720p pictures and videos. It uses Intel HD Graphics 4000 for its graphics card, has a screen resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels and also a diagonal screen size of 11.6 inches. Its operating system is the latest Windows 8. It has total weight of 1.4 kg and has dimensions of 298 x 204 x 17.2 mm. It has a storage space of up to 256GB. Sadly though, it can only last 6 hours on battery with continuous usage. With OneKey Rescue System, recovering from viruses or other technical difficulties is a snap. It makes it easy to back up your system or to scan and kill viruses.
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