According to the Wall Street Journal, Lenovo plans to bring out 2 Android tablets and one Windows tablet this year. In an interview, Lenovo president and Chief Operating Officer Rory Read informed that two 10-inch Android tablets will be launched this summer and later during the year a 10-inch Windows tablet, will also become available in the market.
The two Android tablets are named IdeaPad and ThinkPad respectively. The former is targeted at the consumer market and the latter at the corporate sector. Both will be running Honeycomb and are expected to be priced somewhere in the range of $450 to $900 depending on their configuration.
Lenovo’s first Android tablet, LePad was launched in 2010 but is available only in China. It features a 1.3 GHz processor running Android 2.2 with Wi-Fi connectivity and 3G configurations. This time the company plans on the USA market real big time with two Android tablets.
Read said, “Some of the early-generation Android devices were a little ahead of their time, and what we’re doing here is making sure [our tablets] are strong. We only have one opportunity to make that first good impression.”
The Windows tablet which is to be released later in the year will most probably run Windows 7. And later 7-inch tablets are also in the queue to be released.
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