Everyone is now a days think of the latest tablets rather then having a laptop. So why should Lenovo stay back! We all are waiting for the the Windows 8, but for that we have to wait for a some days more. Every single Windows 7 tablet that tested has some difficulties with a similar fate:like some are bulky, some are too difficult to operate sans a keyboard and mouse. So here we get Lenovo comes with the solutions from this problems with the IdeaPad Tablet P1.
Lenovo’s brings a darkhorse option for those who are no more interested of new Honeycomb tablets. We gate some specifications from engadget like IdeaPad Tablet P1 bringing Windows 7 the most familiar face into a 10.1-inch display. Here you will find a 1.5GHz Intel processor, a 1280 x 800 capacitive touchpanel, up to 2GB of DDR2 memory, up to 64GB of SSD storage, built-in Bluetooth / 3G / WiFi, a USB 2.0 connector, microSD card slot and a docking port.
In this tablet you also get an integrated 2 megapixel webcam up in front, the absolutely deletable Galaxy Tab 10.1 measures just 10.9mm from top to bottom, support for stylus input and an enclosure that’s 14.5mm thick. The Lenovo providing this lab in two color, silver-gray or “Clementine Orange”. The sealed two-cell battery can powered you for six hours of use, compared to the 8.7 hours that the same cell gets while situated in the Android-powered K1. Lenovo do not provide any information on pricing details yet, and we are expecting this tablet will be available in the Q4 of 2011.
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