Lenovo unveil plans for an Android ThinkPad tablet, Windows later

By Chris Cook - Jun 16, 2011

For those of you that do not own one of several tablets out on the market already, we have some news you may be interested in as Lenovo have announced plans to bring out an Android powered slate this summer and may even bring out a Windows 7 version by the end of the year.

We already knew that the company was bringing out the LePad or Skylight as we previously brought you news that it is expected anytime now. This device included some impressive specs and is also an Android tablet packing a 10.1” display.

The tablet that Lenovo plans to bring out next looks like it will be called the ThinkPad. That name may sound familiar to some of you, that’s because the company already have an impressive notebook called the ThinkPad X1.

This 10” tablet will include a stylus and be aimed at professionals. Details on specs of the device available at this time are slim other than it will run Honeycomb and have a ARM Dual Core processor. You can expect it around August time and it will most likely be priced around $450 up to $900 depending on configuration set up.

Check out more details in the article at NASDAQ. Are you impressed with Lenovo’s plans so far?

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  • Raskilinov

    Nice to see Lenovo expand the already quality drenched Thinkpad series. Good of them to include Android OS, but as a business user this really needs to have Windows functionality. 
    I look forward to more details on this front.