Lenovo will also release the IdeaTab Lynx Windows 8 hybrid tablet/notebook targeted at mainstream consumers. Unlike the IdeaPad Yoga and ThinkPad Twist with integrated keyboard, the IdeaTab Lynx has a optional detachable keyboard dock featuring AccuType layout for comfortable typing. The dock also packs 6800mAh battery to double the battery life to 16 hours. You can remove the Lynx from the keyboard dock and uses it as a standalone tablet.
The IdeaTab Lynx is powered by latest Intel dual-core Atom processor and 2GB RAM, and has 32GB or 64GB SSD storage. It features a 11.6-inch IPS multitouch touchscreen display, a 2 Megapixel front-facing camera for video chat and Dolby Home Theater for cinema soun. The tablet itself has a micro USB port, micro HDMI output and a microSD/SDHC card, while the keyboard dock has two USB 2.0 connectors for connecting printer, external drive and other accessories.
Lenovo will released the IdeaTab Lynx in December for $599, and the optional keyboard dock is priced at $149.