Lenovo has today announced three new tablets – the IdeaPad K1, the ThinkPad and the IdeaPad P1. We did a post on how Lenovo accidentally leaked official images of the ThinkPad tablet yesterday. The Lenovo IdeaPad K1 and the ThinkPad are based on Android 3.1 whereas the IdeaPad P1 is a Windows 7 tablet. The tablets will come with Lenovo’s own app store, which will have apps specifically designed for the Lenovo tablets. Hit the break to read more about these tablets and their respective availability.
The ThinkPad tablet (image at the top) is based on Android 3.1, runs on NVIDIA’s 1GHz Tegra 2 dual-core processor, sports a 10.1-inch scratch-resistant Gorilla glass display, a USB port, a mini HDMI port, comes with Adobe Flash support and SD card slot. It features a front-facing 2.0 megapixel camera and a 5.0 megapixel camera at the back. With the ThinkPad Digitizer pen, you can write and take notes in your own handwriting on your tablet. The tablet will be launched in a few countries by next month.
The IdeaPad K1, just like the ThinkPad is also an Android 3.1 tablet and runs on NVIDIA’s 1GHz Tegra 2 dual-core processor. It sports a 10.1-inch HD display, is 13.3 mm thick, has flash support, an HDMI port, comes pre-loaded with more than 30 apps and offers connectivity features like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The tablet sports a 5.0 megapixel camera at the back and a front-facing 2.0 megapixel camera. The IdeaPad K1 tablet is up for sale from Lenovo’s official website, the 32GB Wi-Fi only version costs $499 and the 16GB Wi-Fi only version costs $479. The company has also mentioned in the press release that 3G versions will also be launched shortly.
The IdeaPad P1 operates on Windows 7 and will only be launched in selected regions in Q4 this year. It is 14.5mm thick, is based on Intel’s 1.5Ghz processor, sports a 10.1-inch multi-touch display, comes pre-installed with Microsoft Security Essentials and also has USB and micro SD card slots. Users can also buy the optional stylus pen (the Digitizer pen).