The highly anticipated tablets from Lenovo have finally been unveiled in China. So, U.S. customers can expect them soon.
Lenovo has recently unveiled its two Honeycomb tablets: LePad S 2007 and LePad S 2010 in Beijing. LePad S 2007 is a 7-inch tablet, while LePad S 2010 is a 10-inch tablet. Both these tablets are equipped with the latest technology and are ready to compete in the tablet market. According to the Chinese website of Lenovo, both tablets feature similar technologies. They are both replete with Qualcomm Dual-Core 1.5 GHz chip, 1 GB of RAM, 1.280 x 800 IPS Display, 8 megapixel main camera, 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera, dual-mode 3G with carrier locked plans from Unicom China and the capacity to be upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich.
Due to different physical features, both these tablets do have some differences. Let us take a look at some of their specifications:
Lenovo LePad S 2007
It is only 9.7 mm thick and weighs just about 360 grams. It has a 3780 mAh high capacity battery with 8 hours of access to Wi-Fi Internet and a standby time of 500 hours.
Lenovo LePad S 2010
Apart from being just 9.9 mm thick, it has many external connectivity options like micro HDMI, micro USB and microSDHC card slot. Loaded with 7560 mAh high capacity battery, it has 500 hours of standby time and 11 hours of Wi-Fi Internet access, and weighs around 670 grams.
With these superior specifications, these new tablets from Lenovo are surely going to create ripples in the tablet market