Lenovo Launches its First Family of Tablets
Simon Telford / 6 years ago
Lenovo announced its first family of tablets the IdeaPad Tablet K1 for consumers, the ThinkPad Tablet for business customers, and the IdeaPad Tablet P1 for home and office use. While Lenovo might be playing catch-up they are certain they can make their tablet range a success.
Firstly, this will be the first Android-Honeycomb tablet certified for Netflix, Lenovo tablets can help turn every night into movie night. They also have a full 1080p HDMI output coupled with DRM built directly into the IdeaPad and ThinkPad tablets.
The IdeaPad and ThinkPad tablets feature NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core mobile processors that offer good multitasking, noticeably faster web browsing with built-in Flash, console-quality gaming and low power consumption for improved battery life.
Their are several difference between the three tablet series that Lenovo have produced, so we will give you a quick summary.
All Lenovo Tablets:
- Android 3.1
- Full Flash support
IdeaPad Tablet K1
- HD display and HDMI Output
- More than 30 apps preloaded
- Front and Rear cameras
- Integrated cloud storage
- Available Now, with the 32 GB model priced at $479
IdeaPad Tablet P1
- Digitizer pen input
- USB and microSD card reader
- Instantly switch between business and entertainment applications
- Available in Q4 2011
- Data encryption, and security features
- Digitizer pen for ‘comfortable note taking’
- HD display and HDMI output
- Integrated cloud sharing
- Preloading apps including Documents to Go
- Available early August, with 16GB model priced at $479