Archive for the ‘Lenovo’ Category
Lenovo unveiled its LePad S2005 tabletphone and LePad S2007 and S2010 tablets in Beijing, China.
Lenovo’s upcoming LePad S2005 tabletphone has been unveiled, along with two new Lenovo tablets in Beijing, China.
The LePad S2005 has a 5-inch (800×480) LTPS display powered by 1.2GHz Qualcomm dual-core processor and 1GB memory. The device has 2 cameras (1.3MP front and 5MP rear), micro HDMI, micro USB, and an HSPA+ modem. The device is 9.95mm thin and weighs 198g with its 1680mAh battery. It is loaded with Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread.
Lenovo and Qualcomm announced that now the Lenovo’s ThinkPad Tablet will come with Qualcomm’s Gobi 3000 technology.
From yesterday, Lenovo’s ThinkPad Tablet became the first Android tablet with multi-carrier mobile broadband capabilities. The tablet will now offer (as an option) worldwide connectivity to business travelers with Qualcomm’s Gobi 3000 technology, which eliminates the need to change hardware so as to support different carriers or region standards. That technology will let users to connect to any major US carrier and will also support global roaming on EVDO and HSPA networks.
A few hours ago, Engadget was tipped anonymously (again), about another future tablet from Lenovo.
The tablet has a 5-inch display, and is likely to run Google’s Android OS. From the photos (on Engadget’s site) can be spotted an HDMI port, micro USB port and a front-facing camera.
There are no hardware specifications available yet, but as we can see the device looks a bit like a smartphone, and comes in Black and Clementine Orange – Lenovo’s favorite color.
Lenovo will release a 10.1-inch Tegra 3 tablet with Ice Cream Sandwich, till the end of 2011.
Today, Engadget reported (was tipped anonymously) that Lenovo is planning to release a new 10.1-inch tablet loaded with Google Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), by the end of the year. The tablet will be powered by Nvidia’s new Tegra 3 quad-core processor (Kal-El) and 2GB of memory.
There isn’t a lot on specs, but judging by the photos published on Engadget’s site, the tablet will come with an ergonomic design and aluminum alloy chassis, a standard USB 2.0 port, a rear-facing camera and a rear fingerprint reader, which will also work as a joystick (strolling), as seen in the past (April, 2007) on the Toshiba Portage G500 WM5 smartphone (also positioned at the rear).
Lenovo lowered the price of its IdeaPad tablet A1 in the US.
Lenovo just announced that its 7-inch IdeaPad tablet A1 goes now on sale.
The tablet comes with a 1.0GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor, has a 7-inch (1024×600) capacitive multitouch display, 16GB of storage space, 512MB LPDDR memory and weighs 14.1 oz. The IdeaPad tablet A1 runs Android 2.3 and offers up to 7 hours of web browsing.
Less than an hour ago, Lenovo announced that will postpone the launch of its 7-inch IdeaPad Tablet A1 for the Japanese market.
On October 13th, Lenovo (Tokyo) announced that its 7-inch IdeaPad Tablet A1 will be available in Japan from October 28th, but today – due to significantly higher market demand – the IdeaPad tablet launch date was moved (by Lenovo) to November 9th, 2011.
Today, Lenovo (Tokyo) announced the launch of its 7-inch IdeaPad Tablet A1 in Japan.
IdeaPad Tablet A1 has a 7-inch (1024×600) Wide HD LCD, multi-touch glossy display powered by 1GHz TI OMAP 3622 (Texas Instruments) Processor. The tablet also comes with 512MB of LPDDR2 memory, 2GB or 16GB of storage, WiFi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth v2.1, two cameras (0.3MP – front and 3MP – rear), micro USB, micro SD card reader (up to 32GB support).