CHINESE COMPUTER MAKER Lenovo unveiled the Ideatab Lynx Windows 8 tablet this week and The INQUIRER had a butcher's at it to see how well it works.
One of the first Windows 8 tablets running Intel's latest dual-core Atom processor, the 11.6in tablet has 16 hours of battery life with an optional dock along with a full size USB port.
Lenovo said you can connect it to its keyboard for a "full-function PC experience" that includes writing documents in Microsoft Word. It has yet to announce pricing and availability of the Ideatab Lynx. µ
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