Lenovo IdeaPad K1 Android Tablet Hands-On [VIDEO]

Today Lenovo announced a set of tablets, three to be precise, two of them featuring Android 3.1 Honeycomb. One of these three is the Lenovo IdeaPad K1 Tablet, a device that we just happen to have a hands-on with in the post you're about to read! This device is running a cool NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core 1GHz processor, has a 10.1" HD 1280 x 800 pixel IPS display, and will be rolling out with a user interface that's unique to Lenovo. Will this tablet's set of unique features be enough to set it aside from the rest of the 10-inch Android tablet pack?

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet Hands-On [VIDEO]

What you're about to take in is the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet, an Android slate featuring Android 3.1 Honeycomb and the ability to work as both a multimedia and entertainment experience machine. This tablet, like the other Lenovo tablet we're looking at here on Android Community today, features an NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core 1GHz processor and has a lovely IPS display. This devices' display is also very similar to the other Lenovo tablet we've looked at today, that being 10.1-inches, 1280 x 800 pixel resolution, and TFT LCD technology. This tablet also supports ThinkPad Tablet Pen input for all your pen on tablet action!

Lenovo IdeaPad K1 Tablet with Android Photos Leak

It's a morning full of wonder here in the Android world, where Lenovo has decided to release some mysterious but awesome images of tablets with Android, two of them, through their Picasa account, photos galore! What we can tell from the images we're seeing is that there's an IdeaPad K1 Tablet and a ThinkPad Tablet, the latter being for butanes and the former being, it appears, for entertainment. The IdeaPad K1 is rather rounded edges, several choices for casing colors, and a slew of docking and protection options in BRIGHT colors on top!

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet with Android Photos Leak

Well would you look at that, Lenovo has given us all a treat through their 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.

Lenovo confirms ship date for IdeaPad K1 Android tablet to affiliates

The tablet market is booming and everyone looking to take some of the sales that the iPad is racking up there are tons of new tablets headed to market. The vast majority of them will be using Android and one of the tablets coming we have mentioned in the last few weeks is form Lenovo. Lenovo has previously confirmed that two new tablets were coming this summer and one of them is the IdeaPad K1 Android tablet.

Lenovo IdeaPad K1 Honeycomb Android Tablet Listing Appear

What's that, is it LePad? Sort of! It's the USA version of China's LePad, here called the Lenovo IdeaPad K1 carrying around Android 3.0 Honeycomb and a slew of other elements you might rack up as oddities. Right now it's appearing in a couple of online stores as "out of stock" or "sold out" and you know what that means - coming on quick. This device is slated to be released in June and will be for sale at Buy.com and Krex first if they've got anything to say about it.

Lenovo Android ThinkTab leaked

Okay, it's not called that, it's called the Android ThinkPad Tablet. But don't you think ThinkTab is more catchy? Regardless of what it's called, details of the new Lenovo Honeycomb Tablet have been leaked. And Lenovo looks to be catching the Android, and leaving Windows behind.

Lenovo second-gen LePad tablet due by October tips CEO

Lenovo's second-generation LePad tablet will arrive in September or October 2011, according to company CEO Yang Yuanqing. While the exec failed to detail any of the new tablet's hardware specifications - we're guessing it will continue to use Android as the OS - he did say that it would be slimmer than the current model. Interestingly, Yuanqing also revealed that the new model had been developed in parallel with the existing LePad, with a different team taking responsibility for its design. It's not the first talk we've heard of a tablet OEM looking to shift around control of a tablet project in an attempt to better take on the iPad 2, though Lenovo hasn't said anything about changing the second LePad's focus, only that the decision helped ready the new model in just nine months. The CEO also suggested that Lenovo's two advantages in China were brand recognition and pricing, which suggests the second-gen model will also undercut the iPad 2. [via Engadget]

Lenovo Creates Official Smartphone and Tablet Division

We all know the entire computing market is shying away from big desktop and laptop devices and shifting to smartphones and tablets, and it seems Lenovo has just caught on. The company has announced that they have created a separate division to focus on smartphones and tablets.

Lenovo Announces LePad US Launch in 2011, Plus the Founding of a $15m App Investment Fund

Lenovo Chief Executive Yang Yuanqing has reconfirmed the group's plan to launch LePad in the USA and China somewhere inside 2011. CEO Rory Read said the company will be holding off until Honeycomb with the slate, as Honeycomb will be Google's tablet-centric version of the Android OS. Read noted that the current and soon-to-come versions of Android (that being Froyo and Gingerbread) were not “the right base to have a fully functioning pad." The company plans on taking software "into it's own hands," ramping up a $15 million dollar app investment program.
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