The Lenovo sports on CES 2010, the IdeaPad U1 hybrid notebook, which is coming this summer, has a detachable screen and basically gives us two computers rolled into one. You can quickly and easily switch between a laptop computer to a multi touch slate tablet.
By using Lenovo’s switch technology, you will see a user being able to harmonyly jump from notebook mode to multi-touch tablet and then synchronize back again to work as one – sharing battery and processing power, 3G wireless as well as documents and data.
In terms of battery life, Lenovo estimates that in laptop mode, the IdeaPad U1 battery should get you around 8 hours. When using in tablet mode that number drops to 5 hours but includes 3G web-surfing (6 hours without 3G).
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