You know it was bound to happen right?
Lenovo, a Chinese computer giant, has officially unveiled what they call the IdeaPad, a hybrid laptop that converts into a tablet device – all powered by the Google Android OS.
Basically, you have a laptop with a screen that can pop out. That screen is now your Android tablet device.
The IdeaPad hybrid is set to debut tomorrow at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas.
“It is one device to balance life and work,” Lenovo product manager Leo Li told AFP.
“A keyboard is more important and Windows software more powerful for a lot of things you need to work, especially productivity and creating content,” he continued. “At the same time, people want to enjoy music, see videos, go to websites, read e-books, and play games in their personal lives.”