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Lenovo IdeaTab S2110 and keyboard dock hands-on

Lenovo announced and brought a trio of new and improved Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablets to IFA 2012 here in Berlin, Germany, and today we're taking a look at the fanciest of them all. This is the IdeaTab S2110 and has had a few changes since we first saw it earlier this year. This tablet hybrid just like many recent Transformer tablets comes with a keyboard dock for added usage and battery life. Check it out below.

Lenovo IdeaTab A2109 and A2107 hands-on

In the early morning hours Lenovo announced a slew of new and improved Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablets they'll be bringing to the market, and now we managed a few minutes to test them out. The A2109 is clearly a great tablet considering the price and quad-core Tegra 3 but lets go over all the details and hands-on pictures after the break shall we.

Lenovo announces IdeaTab ICS tablet family – keyboard dock included

Lenovo has just announced an entire family of new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablets here at IFA in Berlin, Germany, and we have all the details. Today they've actually kicked off by re-introducing the IdeaTab S2110 (known as the Lenovo S2) tablet hybrid rocking a keyboard dock similar to the Transformer Prime as shown below. Then they have a quad-core Tegra 3 tablet and more. Take a peek below.

Lenovo K860 5-inch Quad-core smartphone announced

Lenovo is the latest smartphone manufacturer to jump on the too big to hold train and have just announced their own 5-inch phablet smartphone for China. Dubbed the LePhone K860, also being called the Lenovo Music phone. This device packs Samsung's 1.4 GHz quad-core Exynos processor and a pretty impressive spec sheet all around.

Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 slated for June release

Lenovo's tablet selection in the US has left a little to be desired of late, but that's about to change. The company announced today that the IdeaTab S2109, first shown off last month, will be hitting the States in June. The price is a little disappointing at $349.99, but it comes with at least one unique feature that you won't find anywhere else: four external SRS surround sound speakers. That alone should make it one of the most capable tablets on the market from an audio perspective.

Lenovo patent shows clip-on tablet keyboard

Even the most enthusiastic touchscreen typist couldn't argue that it beats a physical keyboard, especially for devices like tablets where one hand is often needed just to hold it up. A Lenovo patent spotted by PatentBolt points to a non-standard solution: just slap a physical keyboard on there. Or perhaps "clip" is a more accurate term, since the device in Lenovo's patent filings actually has two separate pieces for separate hands.
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