Lenovo has lifted the lid on a range of new tablet contenders, rocking Android and Windows operating systems.
The two slates are the first-ever Android 3.1 Honeycomb powered kits to support Netflix certified playback and pack 10.1-inch screens with 1280×800 resolution and dual cameras.
The 1GHz dual-core CPU-toting ThinkPad Tablet is a brawny beast aimed principally at business users with stylus support for easy note taking, extra security software and an estimated eight hours of battery life.
Its cousin, the more consumer and entertainment focussed ThinkPad Tablet P1 is home to a 1.5GHz Intel processor and offers in the region of six hours battery life.
Both devices are scheduled to drop in the US in August and are pencilled in for a UK release during the third quarter.
Lenovo also unveiled a third tablet in the shape of the IdeaPad P1. Due for release during the fourth quarter, this effort runs Windows and packs a 1GHz processor, a 10.1-inch touchscreen and lasts ten or so hours on a full charge.
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