Lenovo IdeaPad G455, Found At CES 2010

Posted: Jan 10 2010, 7:21am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:49pm CDT, in News | CES

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Here's something from CES that hasn't gotten much attention. Tucked away in Lenovo's booth was the IdeaPad G455. This IdeaPad is an ARM notebook, and is in fact the first IdeaPad to sport an ARM processor. Cloned In China reports that it is likely based off of the AMD Tigris notebook platform. This IdeaPad appears to be geared towards being a multi-media device. We haven't heard much (if anything) about this little Lenovo machine. It looks like an 11" or 12" screen, and the keyboard seems to be a bit cramped. The frame is rather bulky and industrial in appearance. Nothing more is known of this "mystery" notebook yet.

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