Lenovo Flex 10. Dual-Mode Touch with Baytrail-M Spotted.

Posted on 22 November 2013 by



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Spotted in UAE and Singapore is a new 10-inch Lenovo Flex 10. We’ve seen the 14-inch version of this running a Core CPU but here’s something that lines up with the new class of netbook-style devices.  Available with four different CPUs, up to 4GB of RAM and weighing 1.2KG it is priced locally at around S$699 (US$562.)

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CPU options.

  • Intel® Quad Core™ Pentium™ N3510 processor
  • Intel® Quad Core™ Celeron® N2910 processor
  • Intel® Dual Core™ Celeron® N2810 processor
  • Intel® Dual Core™ Celeron® N2805 processor

Retail outlets are starting to offer the product. For example we spotted a 10.1-inch, Windows 8, 508 GB (indicating an SSD-cache), 2GB RAM, Celeron 2Ghz dual-core, 1366×768 for the equivalent of 340 Euro.

There’s no SD card and no removable battery and the screen is a basic 1366×768. Pentium models will come with 4GB RAM .

Lenovo have the Lenovo Flex 10 on their website here.

 

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Thanks Evozero

1 Comments For This Post

  1. Alan says:

    I wonder if these will be able to run Linux unlike the ASUS T100. It could have smaller bezels though. I wouldn’t mind a smaller keyboard to get smaller bezels.

    Alan Reply:

    Oh wait, only 4 hours of battery life? I wonder what’s the capacity of that 3-cell battery.

    Why do companies mention how many cells their battery have instead of it’s actual capacity? What useful information can you get from knowing the number of cells the battery has?

    evozero Reply:

    only has 24WH :(
    http://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles_pub/ideapad_flex_10_hmm.pdf
    page 28

    not keen on the 2GB limit for Celeron models also. almost seems like they are deliberately crippling these cheap models to make us buy more expensive models…