Lenovo Ideapad A10 (59-388639) Notebook

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  • 10 inch Screen Display
  • Android v4.2 (Jelly Bean) Operating System
  • Hard Disk Capacity
  • 1 GB RAM DDR3
  • AMD APU Dual Core A4 processor

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Lenovo Ideapad A10 (59-388639) Notebook Details

The Lenovo Ideapad A10 (59-388639) Notebook sports a 10 inch HD LED Display with 10 Point Multi-touch Screen with 1366 X 768 pixel screen resolution with touchscreen functionality. This laptop is suitable for Entertainment. It runs Android v4.2 (Jelly Bean) Operating system.

It is powered with AMD APU Dual Core A4 processor clocked at 1.6 GHz speed. It has Intel Integrated HD graphics processor packed into it. Lenovo Ideapad A10 (59-388639) Notebook features 1 GB DDR3 RAM coupled with inuff HDD capacity. The machine needs power supply of 22.6 W AC Adapter through a 2 cell battery. The battery promises a battery backup of Upto 9 hours.

The sound department includes Stereo Speakers properties. Coming to ports and slots it has USB slots 1 x Micro USB, 2 x USB 2.0, Yes, Micro SD Internet and connectivity details completes with IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN, Bluetooth v2.1. It measures 269 x 185 x 17.3 mm in terms of dimensions and weighs at 1 kg.

Other specifications of Lenovo Ideapad A10 (59-388639) Notebook 0.3 Megapixel, Full Size AccuType Keyboard, Touchpad. More over, it is fairly priced considering the internal configurations and outer design.

Lenovo Ideapad A10 (59-388639) Notebook Specs

Sales Package

Laptop, Battery, AC Adapter

Model Number


Part Number


Model Name








Suitable For


Battery Backup

Upto 9 hours

Power Supply

22.6 W AC Adapter

Battery Cell

2 cell

Processor Brand


Processor Name

APU Dual Core A4



SSD Capacity

16 GB

Memory and storage

RAM It is Random Access Memory (RAM) which is responsible for storing primary data for the applications running on a phone. This one packs 1 GB RAM. RAM Description

1 GB

RAM Type


Clock Speed

1.6 GHz

Graphic Processor

Intel Integrated HD


Operating System Operating system is a base software to handle basic operations of a machine. It allow users to install third party apps for additional functions. Lenovo Ideapad A10 (59-388639) Notebook mobile phone runs Android v4.2 (Jelly Bean) OS. Operating System Description

Android v4.2 (Jelly Bean)

Mic In


USB Port

1 x Micro USB, 2 x USB 2.0



Multi Card Slot

Micro SD

Display and Screen

Touchscreen It is a touchscreen smartphone. Touch screens provide easy tasking capabilities, offers direct and natural interaction with the electronic device. Touchscreen Description


Screen Size Size of a screen is generally the length of it's diagonals usually presented in inches. It has a 10 inch large screen size. Larger screen size is good for better reading and cinematic experience on your phone. Always check for screen-to-body ratio which is used to state bezels of a screen. Bigger screen-to-body ratio confirms minimal bezels and large space for screen size/display on the front panel of handset. Screen Size Description

10 inch

Screen Resolution Screen resolution is indication of number of pixels available in a display that forms two sides of rectangle. More pixels means higher screen resolution, that offers better detailing and clarity. This mobile has 1366 X 768 pixel screen resolution. Screen Resolution Description

1366 X 768 pixel

Screen Type Type of screen used in making of mobile, it includes LCD, IPS LCD, Amolded and OLED. Lenovo Ideapad A10 (59-388639) Notebook has HD LED Display with 10 Point Multi-touch Screen. Better screen type offers relatively merrier experience. Screen Type Description

HD LED Display with 10 Point Multi-touch Screen



Sound Properties

Stereo Speakers

Wireless LAN

IEEE 802.11b/g/n

Network and Connectivity





269 x 185 x 17.3 mm

Weight Weight is the standard unit to calculate how much heavier a mobile is. Listing shows weight in grams. It has 1 kg weight. Weight Description

1 kg

Disk Drive

Not Available

Web Camera

0.3 Megapixel


Full Size AccuType Keyboard

Pointer Device


Warranty Summary

Please Register your Warranty: http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/contactus/basewarrantyregistration. 1 Year Onsite Warranty

60 reviews for Lenovo Ideapad A10 (59-388639) Notebook
Note : **Some of the reviews are picked from flipkart, Amazon and other e-stores.

  1. Rated 1 out of 5

    Mahesh RS

    As I stated in the title of this review … there are very few items that I am not happy with after I buy them. Unforunately, this specific laptop/netbook/Android-book is one of the items I am NOT happy with. Read on …

    First, I would like to commend Flipkart on its service. The first Lenovo A10 I received did not seem to have long-enough battery. After a brief discussion with Flipkart’s “technical team” engineer, it was agreed that Flipkart should give me a replacement. The replacement arrived the next day, after the discussion. Overall: great service Flipkart. But, please ensure that the customer always gets a packed piece. If the sealing-stickers are open/etc, we, the customers, don’t get a comfortable feeling of buying brand new items from Flipkart.

    Now, for the notebook itself.

    This notebook seemed like a dream come true for me. For long I have been playing with the Android-x86 project on some of my old netbooks. But, somehow that (Android-x86) experience was never great. And that being an open-source + free project, you cannot make demands on the project team. That said, I really wanted an Android Tablet with an attached keyboard. So I was thrilled when I saw this notebook. And seeing that it was from Lenovo (I am Thinkpad fanatic) it was like “soney pey suhaga” if you understand that Hindi phrase. 🙂 Add even more to that: Flipkart was offering a decent discount on the price. All that meant only one thing: I had to have this notebook. And so it was ordered.

    Unfortunately, I am wading in 1/2-a-million Android tablets and phones at home right now. So, unknowingly and unintentionally, I “forgot” this notebook. I opened the box only about a week or week+1/2 after I had received the notebook.

    The immediate impressions after opening the box were:
    * Solid construction. All components are covered inside the plastic outer shell.
    * All plastic.
    * VERY HEAVY for its size and functionality!!

    After using it for a few days I realized this:
    * Design is pathetic! The screen (rather the main “tablet”) is so heavy, and the keyboard so light, that the notebook topples if you open it at 50+ degrees!
    * The BIGGEST drawback of this notebook: pathetic … and I mean ABSOLUTELY PATHETIC … battery life. The battery on the first piece I got lasted just about 1 hour. The battery on this new piece (replacement) I got lasts just about … 1 hour!!! What gives??? I don’t know! Maybe the higher resolution screen eats up too much battery. But, the battery does not last for long. Even if I put the notebook to sleep the notebook shutsdown automatically after 4-5 hours!!! That is pathetic.
    * The second biggest drawback of this notebook is the UI. This is an Android notebook with Lenovo’s additions. For an unknown reason Lenovo has decided that the bottom bar needs to occupy like 5-10% of the screen. And there is no way to minimize or get rid of that bar. Mind you … the bar exists even though the notebook has dedicated keys for “return”, “home”, “options”, windows, system settings, etc.

    So, is there anything I like about the notebook?
    * I think conceptually this is a “dream come true” for me.
    * The keyboard has a great set of “dedicated” keys that you can use to perform your usual android operations quickly. E.g. (already stated): “return”, “home”, “options”, windows, system settings, etc.
    * The keyboard quality is FANTASTIC … exactly as expected from Lenovo (the current manufacturer of my fav line of notebooks: Thinkpads).

    Overall, there is a definite “buyer’s remorse” in this case. I bought the product with a lot of anticipations and expectations. But, all my enthusiasm was dashed because of the pathetic battery life and unusually heavy screen that topples the notebook! 🙁

    In conclusion: I usually don’t recommend people to buy/not-buy a product. I expect them to make up their own mind based on my review and other people’s reviews of a product. But in this case … with this is one product … I would strongly recommend you NOT buy this product. At least not this version. Wait for the next version to see if Lenovo (or someone else) addresses the issues (battery, design, software, etc).

    Yes, I am sad for having lost ~14K. 🙁

  2. Rated 1 out of 5


    No simcard Option
    Cannot connect Lan for internet , modems
    Internet can be used only through wifi 🙁

    Its just fun book 🙁

  3. Rated 2 out of 5

    Rishabh Dhyani

    We cannot install windows in this slatebook.

    Limited to just 1GB RAM (not expandable)

    Limited to 16GB storage

    It has very limited use- mainly portability- you can carry it easily.

    For serious work, better to get a full fledged laptop/notebook

  4. Rated 1 out of 5

    Mandar Thakur

    This is the advanced version of Ordinary Tablet.
    it can not work like netbook.
    Tablet with keypad.
    good built

    no sim
    no lan
    only wifi
    no memory card slot
    average screen quality

  5. Rated 4 out of 5

    Zia Abbas

    I bought this at 11600/- and now is 15000/-. Lucky me.

    Quite good also got updates on it. Waiting for lollipop.

  6. Rated 2 out of 5


    No option to connect lan/USB modems/dongles
    16 GB memory will be taken by the apps itself
    Internet is only thru wifi

  7. Rated 4 out of 5


    Good tablet PC for the configuration it gives, but the settings for Mobile networks has been disabled and it had made me go nuts to do USB tether. Gaining root access also has been a nightmare on this version. While it has 2 USB ports, it would have been a great Customer delight it Lenovo had installed the basic drivers to sense a USB dongle/data card in the USB port and made it work.

  8. Rated 1 out of 5

    Flipkart Customer

    I bought it from flipkart and it was a total disaster. Keyboard was not working , not even the display and also its touch was not functioning proper. On the other hand flipkart did not refund me the money inspite of regular complaints from the very moment it was delivered it to me.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Prakash Jamdade

    Lenovo has launched its first Android-based dual-mode notebook – the IdeaPad A10. This is a mid-range notebook with a modest set of features and is priced at Rs 19,990 in India. The display can flip by 300 degrees to provide a tablet-like experience where the keyboard becomes the stand.

    The IdeaPad A10 comes with a 10.1-inch HD touch display with 1366×768 pixels resolution and is powered by a quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. It has a 0.3-megapixel camera on the front, which can be used for video chatting as well.

    For connectivity, the notebook offers a microUSB port, two USB 2.0 ports and a micro HDMI slot, and in addition to that houses a slot for a microSD card to expand the memory. The 1,600mAh battery housed in the device is claimed to run for up to 10 hours. The notebook runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean with Lenovo’s customized skin on the top.

  10. Rated 2 out of 5

    Suribabu Laveti

    It’s worthble product but not able to install the Windows os

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