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Submitted by mpctips 1122d ago | rumor

Lenovo Might Launch Intel or ARM-based Android Convertible

Maximum PC: Lenovo recently showed the hybrid notebook category a little love with the introduction of its ThinkPad Helix Ultrabook for enterprise clients and IdeaPad Yoga 11S Ultrabook for consumers. Both products tow the Microsoft line with Windows 8 serving as the centerpiece, but might we see a convertible laptop from Lenovo running Android instead? There's a good possibility, based on the latest chatter around the web. (Android, Lenovo, PC hardware)

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newsguy  +   1122d ago
You know, I kind of want a Windows 8 convertible.
justinbkerr  +   1122d ago
Lenovo makes great hardware.
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