Monday, January 20, 2014

Panasonic Let's Note CF-MX3 vs Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 Hybrid PC

Upon knowing the plan of Panasonic to unleash their very own convertible or hybrid PC, I try to look around for any comparable machines to the specs of Let's Note CF-MX3. It is probably the first of its kind in terms of promising performance from Intel Core i5-4200U chip paired with 4GB of RAM. However, it has a common appearances with Lenovo's IdeaPad Yoga 11 (Lynx).

Both of these two different convertible machines are capable of extending the experience of user from a typical laptop to a fully functional tablet. The quad-core underlying technology of Lenovo Let's Note CF-MX3 makes the newest hybrid PC more powerful than any IdeaPad Yoga with Intel Atom Z2760 or equivalent processors.

Compared to Lenovo's model, the Let's Note is equipped with a much higher memory size and storage capacity. Its 4GB memory and 128GB SSD storage doubled the size of an Intel Atom powered 11-inch convertible PCs in stores. Buyer could also choose an Intel Core i7-4500U variant with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of SSD storage for the Japanese-made machine.

Panasonic Let's Note CF-MX3 Convertible PC

Both of Panasonic and Lenovo hybrid computers are bundled with Microsoft Windows 8.1 operating system. The famous platform embraced by Samsung for their own line of products with the same architecture to CF-MX3. Although, the newest model has a wider screen among the others.

Furthermore, availability of Let's Note CF-MX3 will start by the month of February in Japanese local stores as noted by reports. Pricing details is not yet available for another anticipated Windows 8.1 machine.



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