Lenovo IdeaPad And ThinkPad Android Tablets Arrive This Summer

Posted: Jun 16 2011, 8:21am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 16 2011, 8:27am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs


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Lenovo will release two 10-inch HoneyComb Tablets this in July and August.

Lenovo goes on record announcing two Android tablets to be released this summer. The Lenovo IdeaPad tablet is aimed at consumers and is slated for a July release. The Lenovo ThinkPad tablet is for business users.

Both Android 3.x tablets will have a 10-inch screen. The ThinkPad tablet comes with a stylus for signature capture. The price range for the Lenovo tablets is $450-$900, depending on configuration. The details on both Lenovo tablets are still very thin. The source for the Lenovo Tablet news is this interview of Lenovo COO Rory Read with DowJones, via SlashGear.

In April some details of the ThinkPad Tablet leaked already. What we know since then is that Lenovo is using a Tegra 2 processor and 16, 32 and 64 GB storage options. The ThinkPad will be microSD compatible and support 3G/4G connectivity. There's also mini-HDMI out and USB 2.0. The screen is a 10.1" multitouch IPS display.

Lenovo is also planning to release a Windows tablet end of the year still running Windows 7. Windows 8, which is much better suited for tablets is expected to be released some when in 2012.

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