Lenovo ThinkPad

Lenovo S5000 tablet announced, budget friendly Nexus 7 competitor

It's no secret that all Android tablet manufacturers will be aiming for the new Nexus 7. Most will fail, and today Lenovo has just announced their newest tablet to take on the 7-inch Google slate. It's called the Lenovo S5000 and while it will likely undercut the N7 in price, it doesn't quite have the same level of top-tier specs. Lets take a look below.

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 16GB just $369 from eBay Daily Deals

We know there is literally tons of options when it comes to Android tablets these days. With quad-core tablets getting ready to assault the market we should start seeing some excellent deals on older devices. Take the 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.

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet Release Date Set for August 23rd

Original reports for the new Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet launch date was just "this summer" but now we have an official release date and you can expect to see more of the tablet come August 23rd. Lenovo officially announced the news over at Lenovo.com today. The ThinkPad will be running Android 3.1 Honeycomb but also be paired nicely with tons of laptop posing accessories.

Lenovo Confirms Two New Tablets This Summer

Lenovo, the Chinese company now responsible for ThinkPad laptops, as well as several China-exclusive Android devices has plans to bring Honeycomb tablets to the world this summer. The first will be the Lenovo IdeaPad, which we've seen spring up on websites recently, listed as out of stock, and is due out in July. The more business-centric ThinkPad (not to be confused with Lenovo's laptops) will be available sometime in August. Lenovo is convinced that they've taken extra time to create tablets that will outshine the first batch 3.x devices, which were, in Lenovo's President's opinion "released before their time."