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4 Tablets Upcoming 2011It’s no secret that right now tablets are hot and every major PC maker wants to make their way into the reinvigorated slate computing market. In reality most PC makers are either making announcements for tablets they will launch or they have already got some models to market.
Lenovo is one of those PC markers that has already launched a tablet this year, 2011. Lenovo has made available, albeit in limited areas, a tablet and a hybrid PC by the name of LePad and Ideapad U1 Hybrid, the 10.1-inch LePad which runs Lenovo OS or LeOS (Android 2.2 with heavy customizations) can be docked onto the Ideapad U1 Hybrid which will allow you to access Windows 7 using an Intel ULV powered system inside the dock.
Lenovo IdeaPad U1 02The LePad and Ideapad U1 Hybrid are both only available in China, where they have been a few months now. Recent talk from Lenovo concerning these two tablets going global hasn’t been too encouraging either.
However the LePad and the U1 Hybrid aren’t going to be the only tablets from Lenovo according to new reports. A new internal tablet roadmap for Lenovo has leaked and it shows the rough details for three devices and one hybrid system like the one for the LePad. The roadmap indicates that each of the unannounced devices will not be limited to China only for release.
Lenovo Media Tablet Product Roadmap leakThere will be a 7-inch tablet and two 10.1-inch tablets. The 7-inch hasn’t been named yet but it will have the same screen resolution (1280×800) as the 10.1-inch models and Android 3.0 Honeycomb will also be on all three. The first 10.1-inch that will be launched according to the roadmap is named Lenovo Skylight and the other is Lenovo Think Slate. The Think Slate will be an enterprise/business focused device with special security measures and a keyboard docking system for those users.
Other details uncovered in the roadmap leak can be viewed below.
Lenovo Skylight
  • Dual Core ARM processor
  • Android 3.0 Honeycomb
  • Lenovo Family UI
  • 10.1-inch 1280×800 LCD
  • Available outside China in select countries
  • Launch: 3rd Quarter 2011
Lenovo Think Slate
  • Dual Core ARM processor
  • Android 3.0 Honeycomb
  • Lenovo Family UI
  • 10.1-inch 1280×800 LCD
  • Security, Manageability, Enterprise, Customization
  • CTS
  • Available world wide
  • Launch: 3rd Quarter 2011 – 4th Quarter 2011
Lenovo “no name available”
  • Dual Core ARM processor
  • LeOS and Android 3.0 Honeycomb
  • 7-inch 1280×800 LCD
  • Available World Wide
  • Launch: 4th Quarter 2011 to 1st Quarter 2012
As you might expect Lenovo hasn’t issued an official statement to confirm or deny the validity of the info leak on the tablets just detailed.

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