Monday, 6 January 2014

Lenovo N308 Android Computer Announced – Price & Specifications

The Electronics giant Lenovo came up with its first all in one Android Computer the N308 at the CES. This would be running on Android Jelly Bean making it easier for the users who frequently switch between computers and tablets for uses. Compromising on the display, Lenovo is bringing this device in to the market with 1600 x 900 pixels in a 19.5 inch screen with a low pixel density of 94 PPI for the budget minded customers, starting at $450.

The Lenovo N308 is powered by a Nividia Tegra Quad-core processor along with a 72-core graphics processor for pushing around 1600 x 900 resolutions with two point multi touch, touch screen support. Inside the computer you can find either a 320 GB or 500 GB hard drive depending on the users, sporting a 2 GB of DDR3 memory also.
As the usual desktop computers, the Lenovo N308 also features two USB 2.0 ports, with a microphone, headphone and LAN jack also. It also has a 6-in-1 card reader with a full sized wireless Accu Type keyboard and a wireless mouse. Alongside this we can also find Ethernet port, 720p HD Web cam and a built-in mic with stereo speakers.  The connectivity includes Bluetooth 4.0 and dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi. It is said that the battery found inside this device going to last for three hours.
Lenovo N308 will come with full access to the Google Play and Amazon’s AppStore and users will be able to download any Android applications without any problem. This device weights around 10 pounds coming with a fold up, adjustable kick stand, making it easier to carry and place it anywhere you want in the room or on the desk.
The basic model will be starting at $450 and will be increasing depending on the models and the options provided. This Lenovo N308 is not to compete on the specs, but is sure of providing Internet and Media PC for an affordable price. This device is going on sale in February but we are not given the exact date of the release. We are pretty much excited at the launch of this device which is budget friendly, so are you going to get this device? Stay with us for more details from the CES event going on. Check out the Lenovo ThinkVision 28 All-in-one Android All-in-one, which was announced by Lenovo at the CES 2014.

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