Qualcomm has introduced a smartbook, a device that fills the gap between the smartphones and netbooks.
Based on the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon mobile platform, the showcased smartbook by Lenovo features an ARM processor, 720p HD-capable graphics, and integrated wireless chips.
According to earlier reports, the Snapdragon provides mobile broadband, WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS connectivity and support for displays with a resolution of up to 1,280 x 768 pixels. The Snapdragon devices will run a Linux-based user interface.
The Lenovo smartbook will be officially released at the 2010 CES show in Las Vegas and is expected to be sold by AT&T. There’s no info on pricing and availability date.