These days it is a struggle to keep up with all of the latest and greatest tablet computers, today we will introduce you to two new Lenovo Lepads, these are the 7-inch LePad S2007 and the 10.1-inch LePad S2010.
Sadly we don’t have an official press release or spec listing for you to feast your eyes on, but we know enough to assume that both tablets will be pretty popular offerings if the price is right.
Both of these tablets are said to feature a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor, 1GB of RAM, a 1.3 megapixel camera, dual-more 3G, WiFi (b/g/n we presume) and Android 3.0 Honeycomb. You may be disappointed by the dated flavor of Android, but we are told that an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich will come in the future. Despite the difference in form-factor both tablets feature an IPS display which outputs at 1280 x 800, which should look especially nice on the 7-inch variant (216ppi or thereabouts).
The Lenovo LePad S2007 is said to weigh 360 grams and it’s just 9.7mm thick, the small form-factor results in there being a 3,780mAh battery which allows for up to 8 hours on WiFi. It’s bigger brother, the LePad S2010 weighs 670 grams and is 9.9mm thick, it features a much larger 7,560mAh battery which is said to allow for up to 11 hours on WiFi.
In terms of performance hardware both tablets should be pretty snappy, however nothing compared to Tegra 3 offerings which are beginning to emerge. Also in terms of design neither of these tablets is as light or as thin as competitive devices, which is why we beleive that pricing will really determine the success of these shiny new tablets.
Hopefully we will hear further details regarding specs, features, pricing and a release date soon, when we do we will keep you posted. Readers over at Engadget aren’t particularly impressed by the name or the specifics – are you?
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