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Re: Lenovo's Tablet Trio to Take On the iPad
Posted by: Rob Spiegel 2011-07-20 14:23:28
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Lenovo unveiled its first round of tablets on Wednesday: the IdeaPad K1 for consumers; the ThinkPad for business customers; and the Windows 7-powered IdeaPad P1 for home and office use. The IdeaPad K1 and ThinkPad tablets are the first Lenovo mobile Internet devices to feature the Android 3.1, or Honeycomb, platform. The Android-powered tablets will be able to access more than 250,000 apps in the Android Market -- although the vast majority were developed with smartphones in mind -- in addition to apps tested specifically for the device in the Lenovo App Shop.


Lenovo Tablets
Posted by: virthddman 2011-07-22 10:18:52 In reply to: Rob Spiegel
Lenovo's tablets look nice, I believe the thinkpad tablet has the best chance with its
finger touch, or stylus interface and its dock along with reasonable price point.
K1 should be good also with Netflix available and the Kindle e-reader.

Android device security is important
I recommend 2x mobiledevicemanager
Download at http://www.2x.com/mobiledevicemanager
or from the Android Market
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