Lenovo introduces the first hybrid computer

China’s leading computer maker Lenovo adapted hydird, the hotest concept in the auto industry. It has introduced the first-ever hybrid laptop called the IdeaPad U1 at the the Consumer Electronics Show 2010 in Las Vegas. The chic-looking scarlet IdeaPad U1 features a detachable screen, which practically turns the laptop into two computers, according to Lenovo.

The 1.6 pound, 11.6-inch HD LED screen could be used independently as an ARM processor driven multi-touch slate tablet running Lenovo’s own Skylight operating system; while being put back into the shell, it runs Microsoft’s Windows 7.

“By fusing the functionality of a notebook with the slate tablet’s rich multitouch entertainment and mobile Internet experience, U1 provides consumers the freedom to choose the device they prefer for any activity,” said Liu Jun, senior vice president.

The notebook will be available beginning June 1, 2010 with an estimated retail price of $999.

This news is from China electronics manufacturer.

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