Lenovo Tablet Expected this Year

Lenovo announced that it will show its first tablet computer this week at the International CES in an attempt to make its mark in a fast-growing market currently being led by Apple and Samsung. According to Lenovo executives two consumer tablets will be displayed at the event.

Information has not yet been revealed by Lenovo, who said that full information will be made public at the CES, but rumors are doing the rounds that the tablets could include the LePad, which is based on Google’s Android operating system and is due for release early this year.

Lenovo has been creating tablet computers for more than a year now, but none has yet reached the commercial market.

At last years’ CES the company announced the launch of the IdeaPad U1, a hybrid computer that included a detachable touchscreen and which could be used as a tablet. The device was expected to retail for under $1,000, but its release has been delayed.

A Lenovo executive earlier also said that the company could be launching a ThinkPad tablet for businesses as an expansion to its business laptop offerings.

We look forward to the CES announcements and hopefully, this year Lenovo will be ready to release its tablet computers.

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