Specs: 10.1″ IPS touchscreen (1366×768 px resolution) | 1.6GHz quad-core Rockchip RK3188 Cortex-A9 processor | 1GB RAM | 16GB internal memory, microSD up to 64GB | VGA webcam | mini-HDMI, 2xUSB 3.0, microUSB ports | Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 | 4400mAh battery | Android 4.2 Jelly Bean with Lenovo Customization
Price: Rs 19,990
Design: The Ideapad A10 is a budget laptop and feels like one. The hinge is a little too tough, the plastic body recesses inside when you press it hard, and it’s overall chunky. That said, it’s definitely light and easy to carry around. One aspect that I really liked is that it uses a standard microUSB port to charge instead of a laptop adapter, which means you can use almost any mobi
le charger to juice up. Plus, there’s a mini-HDMI out and two standard USB ports for further connectivity
Performance: Android isn’t a great laptop OS, but in regular usage, you won’t find it lacking in performance. Whether you are browsing the Web or writing a quick proposal in a document, the A10 performs admirably. The only time it starts stuttering is when you ask it to multi-task extensively. Switch on a music player, fire up a browser, and try talking on a chat program at the same time—with frequent back-and-forth between the apps, the A10 will start lagging.
Connectivity: The Ideapad A10 worked with Wi-Fi perfectly well, but we didn’t have the same
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