Lenovo Launches Three Tablets To Take On iPad

Lenovo has launched three tablets for competing with the robust fan fare of iPad. The tablet variants from Lenovo include – IdeaPad Tablet K1 for retail consumers, ThinkPad Tablet for business users and IdeaPad Tablet P1 for home users. All the three tablets will have 10.1 inches of screen size. IdeaPad Tablet K1 and ThinkPad Tablet will be powered on Android 3.1 platform and would be equipped with Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core processors. The tablets will provide flash support and resolution base of 1280X800 makes it a formidable tablet to be announced by any equipment manufacturer. To add to the rich feature set Lenovo will also provide USB port and dual mode cameras on the device.

For those who wish taking notes on the go will cherish digitizer pen too. The tablets will weigh around 1.65 lb and the IdeaPad Tablet K1 is expected to be around 2 lb. The devices will hit US market in August and soon be released worldwide.

The pricing for 32GB IdeaPad Tablet K1 is set at $499 while the 16GB variant can be availed in $479. The prices for IdeaPad Tablet P1 and ThinkPad Tablet are yet to be released by Lenovo. The WI-Fi only versions will be released first followed by 3G variants. The tablet segment has offered fruitful returns to Apple as they’ve been able to sell more than 9 million units since its release. Lenovo would be looking to win a sweet share of the tablet segment too.

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