First seen at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, the mystery handheld Lenovo was showing off now has a name.
The IdeaPad U8 was unveiled at the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai Tuesday along with a few more tidbits about what it's packing inside.
We already learned at CES that it runs Linux, is Web-enabled, has GPS, plays music, and takes photos.
By the name, IdeaPad, we can assume it's a consumer device, since IdeaPad is the name of Lenovo's newest line of consumer-oriented notebooks. We also know now that Intel considers it an MID (mobile Internet … Read more