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Lenovo introduces new convertibles, all-in-ones and budget tablets
Lenovo at CES announced a number of new convertibles, all-in-ones and tablets. These include to the Flex 3 convertibles. Which are now entirely to collapse, which in previous versions was not yet possible.
The Flex-3 convertibles can, in contrast to the 2-Flex series of the display screen in fact has a flip angle of 360 °, so that the device as a tablet is to be used. The Flex 3 is available in three formats, including 11 “, 14” and 15 “Standard include the convertibles a display with a resolution of 1366×768 pixels, but is a full-HD screen at the 14th.” – And 15 “versions available at an additional cost. The CPU can be upgraded from a Pentium processor to a Core processor. The prices start from $ 400, or 335 euros.
Lenovo Flex 3
For the all-in-one market comes with the Lenovo B50 model. That PC is equipped with a 23.8 “Full HD display, an Intel Core i7 CPU and integrated JBL speakers. Lenovo has also placed in the housing an Intel Sense Real 3D camera, with hand movements that the PC can be controlled. The suggested retail price starts from $ 1249, about 1050 euros.
Lenovo also comes with two budget tablets: TAB A7-10 and A7-30. Both tablets run on a 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek MT8227-soc, 1GB of RAM and 8GB or 16GB flash storage. The 7 “touch screen offers a resolution of 1024×600 pixels. The tablet runs on Android 4.4 and has a 3450mAh battery. The A7-10 costs $ 100, converted 83 euros, while the A7-30, where 3G connectivity is present, $ 30 is more expensive.Viewing:-169
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