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Lenovo LePad meets the iPad

Lenovo’s first Android tablet has started shipping in China, where the folks at PC Online picked up a Lenovo LePad and plunked it down next to a first generation Apple iPad to see how the two tablet compare. Spec-wise, the LePad has a 1.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 1GB of RAM, and a 10.1 inch, […]

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Lenovo LePad Android tablet will launch around the globe in May

The Lenovo Lepad is a 10 inch Android tablet which the company plans to offer first in its home Market of china. But now the company says the tablet will also be available globally in the first half of the year. The current plan is to launch the LePad in China in late March, and […]

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Lenovo unveils the new LePad tablet and IdeaPad U1 hybrid

As expected, Lenovo is re-introducing the IdeaPad U1 Hybrid that the company first showed off at CES 2010. Like last year, the Hybrid is a two-piece device, with a standalone tablet (now called the LePad) and a keyboard/docking station with a separate processor, battery, and hard drive. Docked, you can use the U1 Hybrid like […]

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Lenovo to showcase 2 tablets at CES this week

Last January Lenovo showed off a series of intriguing devices at CES including a tablet/notebook hybrid called the IdeaPad U1 and a smartbook called the Skylight. Over the past 12 months, the Skylight appears to have been killed off, as has the custom Linux-based operating system it ran. But it looks like a version of […]

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Lenovo LePad tablet makes a Chinese appearance

Lenovo is expected to launch its upcoming LePad tablet first in China, and then possibly in other parts of the globe. But there’s a chance that the company might at least show off the LePad at the CES trade show in Las Vegas next month… especially since the company appears to have at least one […]

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Lenovo to launch 7 inch Android tablet in China?

We’ve been hearing for a while that Lenovo would launch its upcoming Android tablet in China before deciding whether to offer the product in other countries. That makes sense, since Lenovo’s home base is in China, and the company took a similar strategy with last year’s launch of the LePhone Android handset. But I’d kind […]