Lenovo Android, Windows 7 Tablets unveiled

Looking for Lenovo Android tablet or Windows 7 tablet by Lenovo? Good news for you, Lenovo has unveiled 3 upcoming tablets (Android Honeycomb and Windows 7 powered). These tablets are Lenovo IdeaPad Tablet K1, Lenovo IdeaPad Tablet P1, and Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet. More details follow after the jump.

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IdeaPad Tablet K1 is an Android 3.1-powered tablet from Lenovo. This tablet comes with great apps and optimized for enjoying movies, music, social networking and the Web. There's full Flash support, HD display and HDMI output for vibrant resolution on your tablet or on a monitor. More than 30 apps preloaded, plus access to Lenovo's App Shop are provided. Front and rear cameras for better two-way video chats and integrated cloud storage to save and share your files across multiple devices. IdeaPad Tablet K1 has NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor, 10.1 inch display (1280x800), 2MP front-facing camera, 5MP rear-facing camera, WiFi, Bluetooth, mini HDMI out for 1080p video playback, and more. The 32GB IdeaPad Tablet K1 costs $499, and can be ordered in the U.S. starting July 20 this year.

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IdeaPad Tablet P1 is an Windows 7-powered tablet by Lenovo. Comes with a 1.5GHz processor with the performance of Intel Inside, you'll get digitizer pen input for increased productivity, Full Flash support, USB and microSD card reader for file syncing and external device integration, integrated front-mounted webcam for Web chats, and instantly switch from business to entertainment applications with Lenovo App Manager. It's expected to come this fall (Q4 2011).

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ThinkPad Tablet is an all-business tablet by Lenovo. Powered by Android 3.1, a premiere business-optimized mobile platform, the new tablet device features all the security, access and power you demand. This tablet includes data encryption, corporate email and security features for safe communication inside and outside your network. There's also a 10.1 inch 1280×800 IPS display, digitizer pen for comfortable note taking, HD display and HDMI output for crisp and defined presentations on large monitors, integrated cloud sharing and storage to easily move large files between team members and offices, preloaded productivity apps, including Documents to Go and PrinterShare, and also full Flash support. The 16GB ThinkPad Tablet by Lenovo without the digitizer pen costs $479, while the Wi-Fi models including the digitizer pen has a price tag of $509. The 32GB ThinkPad Tablet Wi-Fi model with digitizer pen costs $589. These Wi-Fi models can be ordered starting August 2nd. Lenovo plans to launch a 3G version of the device at a later date.
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