Lenovo Windows 7 Tablet Idea Pad P1 Launhed
Lenovo lately announced 2 summation of its Android tablets line up in the Lenovo Idea Pad K1 and Lenovo ThinkPad tablet. And now it was announced a third Lenovo windows 7 tablet, yes, this one goes with Windows 7 rather than Android, the Lenovo Windows 7 tablet Idea Pad P1.
Last not least from the Lenovo tablets’ trio released yesterday is the Lenovo Windos 7 Tablet IdeaPad P1 tablet. We have known this plainly as the “Lenovo IdeaPad Slate” because it surfaced at CES in the beginning of the year. It is essentially an Intel powered, Lenovo Windows 7 tablet IdeaPad K1′s version with just some minor design’s tweak, as if no backside facing camera and being put up at different colors – gray and orange.
The processor isn’t remarked but it’s 1.5GHz, and it was Oak Trail before going official, so an Atom Z670 processor is probably to fill the bill. Last by all, it is being blew by a insistency sensitive capacitive stylus.
Lenovo Idea Pad P1 specs boast 10.1? 1280 x 800 display, 2GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB SSD selection for storage, Bluetooth, b/g/n Wi-Fi, optional 3G, mono speaker, a front-facing 0.3MP webcam, a 6 hour battery and running with Starter or Professional Windows 7 Starter. Ports include SIM card slot, a USB 2.0 port, docking port and microSD card reader. Lenovo Idea Pad P1 weighs 1.79 pounds/810g and is 14.5mm thick.
It could be mattering to see what the Lenovo Idea Pad P1 could make at our daily lives. Eventhough the battery life isn’t equal to that new iPad, it will be more than enough to keeps company in Windows 7 tablets’ need for their employees. Lenovo Idea Pad P1 is the furthermost out from release with no pricing or word but it is still this Lenovo windows 7 tablet anticipated to release inside Q4 toward the year’s end.