Lenovo IdeaPad D330: 10″ Windows laptop that transforms into a tablet

Lenovo Ideapad D330
Lenovo Ideapad D330

PHILIPPINES – Lenovo recently launched the IdeaPad D330, a hybrid 2-in-1 device that is both a full-fledged laptop and feature-rich tablet. It can switch seamlessly between the two by detaching the laptop’s keyboard, allowing it to turn into a tablet that boasts a convenient trackpad, Dolby Premium Audio, and a 10” screen with HD display.

The new IdeaPad has four usage modes – the Notebook, Stand, Tablet, and Tent. Each mode is optimized for a specific use such as writing, sketching, viewing photos or videos, or creating presentations.

“Customer satisfaction is at the core of our business and it has always been our mission to provide game-changing devices that suit the needs of our customers. The new D330 was born because of that very reason – it is an easy-to-use and powerful device that can perform several tasks on the go, whether for entertainment or business purposes. We believe this is exactly what our users need,” said Lenovo Philippines Country General Manager Michael Ngan.

Ngan believes that further growth is expected as Lenovo continues to expand its convertible and hybrid line-up, starting with the IdeaPad D330.

Lenovo IdeaPad D330 specs

The IdeaPad D330 offers everyday computing power and performance through the Windows 10 Home operating system. It is powered by an Intel Pentium Silver N5000 processor with Intel Integrated Graphics, 4GB of RAM, and 128 GB eMMC storage. I/O is via USB 3.1 Type-C support with power display, making charging quicker than average.

The tablet weighs 600 grams, while the keyboard is at 525 grams for a total of 1.13 kg (2.5 lbs.), making the IdeaPad 330 one of Lenovo’s lightest products.

It also has a 2MP front camera and a 5MP rear camera, and battery life is advertised at 12 hours.

Lenovo IdeaPad D330 price and availability (Philippines)

Starting price for the IdeaPad D330 is 24,995 PHP in the Philippines. It is available at leading electronics stores in the Philippines.