Lenovo is apparently ready to launch a 10-inch hybrid that's very reminiscent of its Yoga 2 Pro, though the specs indicate it's a lower-end product offering.

Called the IdeaPad A10, Lenovo's tablet-laptop combo is an Android 4.2 device with a Rockchip RK3188 ARM Cortex-A9 quad-core processor and a 10.1-inch display that folds back 360 degrees. It's also got 16GB to 32GB of expandable storage and a front-facing VGA camera.

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Other noteworthy specs include 1GB or 2GB of RAM, two USB 2.0 ports micro, HDMI port, support for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, a 22.6 Whr battery and more. 

How do we know all this? Lenovo has seemingly/accidentally uploaded PDF manuals to its website, and they fully reveal the IdeaPad A10. The company hasn't made a formal announcement, so there's no word yet on a launch date or even pricing, but retail listings (including on Amazon) are starting to surface in Germany.

The IdeaPad A10 therefore might release in a few weeks for €250 (£212), according to those retail listings. That's not a bad price for a budget Android-powered laptop-tablet.