Lenovo N 308 AIO Desktop Surfaces at CES 2014

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CES 2014 begins today. As Speculated many gadgets have arrive the event and will be showed off in the three days event. The Chinese manufacturer Lenovo is all in flare to show off new devices at the event. Lenovo brings the first all-in-one Computer running on Android OS dubbed as Lenovo N308. The PC runs on Jelly Bean OS and boasts 19.5-inch display. Other details on its specs-sheet are illustrated ahead in the article.

Lenovo N308 aio pc

Lenovo surfaces AIO PC Lenovo N308 running on Android OS, making it the first Android PC from the manufacturer.

As per the specifications, Lenovo N308 runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS and is powered by quad-core processor embedded in NVIDIA Tegra 3 chipset. The Desktop features 19.5-inch HD+ display supporting two-point multi-touch and boasts a resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels. In terms of storage, the PC boards 2GB RAM, 8GB or 16GB of eMMC storage and 320GB / 500GB HDD. The desktop measures about 489 x 323 x 33 mm.

N308 PC sports 720p webcam for video chats and selfies. For connectivity, the device is facilitated with Ethernet, WiFi 802.11n, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 2.0 ports, supports media card reader, and stereo speakers. The All-in-One PC can be converted to tablet as the monitor comes with self-inbuilt battery that offers up to 3hours runtime. So, you can use the gadget as you please either in form of Tablet or Desktop.

Earlier we have discussed about the Window operated AIO desktop that are available in the market but Lenovo brings the first Android operated AIO PC with pretty and necessary specs. The Lenovo N308 is priced at 450 USD and is available in black and white frame and will start selling starting February 2014.

If you are fond of All-in-one desktop then besides Windows operated you can now have another option that is Android operated Desktop. What is your take on the new Lenovo N308? Share your views with us by write in the comment section below.

Priyanka

Priyanka contributes to the Computer and Gadgets section on Techcular.

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