Lenovo Launches its First Family of Tablets

/ 7 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

ThinkPad Tablet

  • 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
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