Lenovo has a whole different concept on the issue of OS directed at tablets and smartphones on the market, also being the truth that Android is generally regarded to be an OS directed at target and smartphones on the market. Lenovo has this year released a new laptop computer, the ThinkPad X1 Hybrid, that comes vibrant with aforesaid OS from Search engine giant, Google.
Naturally, Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Hybrid main OS is not Android for new portable system, but to a certain extent the “Instant-On” operating system that is used for getting swift and effortless retrieve to a combination of web-related features, like email and web browsing. And for the operating system to run, ThinkPad X1 Hybrid sports a dual-core Qualcomm CPU situated exactly on the motherboard.
Beside this very exciting new function, the ThinkPad X1 Hybrid is very just like its forerunner, wearing not only a solidified, yet sleek body, but also some very serious components (a pick of Core i5 or i7 processors, Intel graphics, a respectable sum of RAM memory, in addition to a 13-inch, 1366 x 768 Gorilla Glass display).
As it was predicted beforehand, the Android-related trick does come at a very significant price, given that the up-to-the-minute Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Hybrid will be delivered in stores at some point in Q2, 2012, at around 1,600 US dollars, which makes it more or less 300+ $ more expensive than the initial product.