Lenovo IdeaPad Lynx Hands-on

The IdeaTab Lynx is one of the first Windows 8-based tablets with the latest dual core Intel Atom dual-core processor. This 11.6-in tablet is a 16:9 IPS display with a 400nit screen. You should be getting 10hrs of battery life with up to 16hrs with the keyboard dock. The Device feels very solid with and with out the keyboard, you have got a Windows 8 tablet that really gives user something simple and yet very effective to use. IN terms of performance, from what we saw. The IdeaTab Lynx and options keyboard will be available in December. MSRP starts at $599 for the tablet and is $149 for the options keyboard.

The tablet seemed very smooth and effective with no hick-ups. But we will no more in a full review, till then enjoy our hands-on video


DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS Operating System Windows 8
Dimensions 11.85 x 7.4 x 0.37 inches (300.9 x 188 x 9.48 mm)
Weight Tablet: 1.41 pounds (640 grams); Dock: 1.45 pounds (660 gram); Tablet and Dock: 2.86 pounds (1.3 kilograms)
Processor Intel® ATOMTM Processor Z2760 (Dual Core 1.80ghz)
Connection Wi-Fi 802.11b/g /n, Bluetooth 4.0
Display 11.6 inch 1366 x 768 IPS 400 nit
Touch 5 point capacitive multi-touch
Camera 2.0M Front
Memory 2GB LPDDR2
Storage 32GB/64 GB eMMC
Ports Tablet: Micro USB; MicroSD card; Micro HDMI; Audio Combo jack

Dock: 2xUSB 2.0; DC-in Micro-USB (for power only)

Battery 6800mAh Lithium polymer, 16 hour battery life (8 hours tablet; 8 hours dock)
Sound Dual built-in stereo speakers, Dual digital microphone, 3.5mm Combo audio/mic jack
Other G-sensor; ALS; Proximity; E-compass; Gyro sensor; Digital MIC Array x2