Lenovo IdeaPad K1 spotted

Posted May 30, 2011 by Stuff Staff in News


Still not confirmed by Lenovo, but if the rumour mill is to be believed, the IdeaPad K1 tablet is soon to launch in the US (then hopefully arrive here). It landed in the FCC under the K1 moniker earlier in the month, and is now available at buy.com.

There are specs, along with Lenovo’s ‘custom-built’ Android interface. There’s the 10.1in display, a Tegra 2 processor (not Snapdragon, like on the LePad), 32GB of storage, dual cameras (a 5MP rear and 2MP front-facing snapper), a micro SD card slot, micro HDMI out and even a SIM slot – so not badly specced.

What’s not known is whether or not the tablet will run Android 3.0 or 3.1, and at what resoluton it will run (probably 1280×800). It’s slated to launch at US$510, but you can expect an extra US$100 on it when it arrives on our shores.

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