Ice Cream Sandwich is arriving here in the states for those rocking Lenovo's ThinkPad Tablet. Originally launched with Honeycomb (and hardware buttons both) today it will be getting bumped to ICS, and lets not even talk about Jelly Bean yet.
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SlashGear off regarding their update timeline for the ThinkPad Tablet. While they didn't give us an extremely clear idea they were nice enough to mention the update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich will be here inside of Spring 2012. Basically within the next few weeks, or a couple of months.
ITWorld reports that the company has committed to upgrading the Honeycomb tablet to Ice Cream Sandwich some time in the second quarter of this year. Specific dates weren't given, but the should put the release at somewhere between 2 and 5 months from now, barring and delays.
way back in August of 2011, that freedom has eluded owners for some time. An enterprising modder named Dan Rosenberg has finally managed to crack the black plastic nut, and score himself a nice bounty of nearly $800 in the process. It wasn't long before the boys at XDA had ClockworkMod recovery running, too.
Lenovo ThinkPad tablet for example. It might not be the fastest or the thinnest but it has some extra special features that make it great for business users like the optional active stylus. For those not needing the best but also want a great dual-core tablet the ThinkPad is $130 cheaper than usual today being offered as the eBay Daily Deal.
Picasa albums in the form of a couple of Android tablets, one of them by the name of Lenovo IdeaPad K1 and the other by the name of ThinkPad Tablet. The IdeaPad K1 appears to be more of an entertainment device, what with its several color choices in the casing and smooth rounded features, while the ThinkPad Tablet appears to be made for exactly what the ThinkPad notebooks have always been about: business.