This shouldn’t be taken as a surprise. The war of the tablets just keeps getting hotter, with yet another player in the form of Lenovo joining in. They are going to showcase their first tablets this week at CES 2011.
Further details about the tablets will be revealed at the CES, so there really is no word on the specifications of the tablet. What we know for now is that these tablets will have various price points. According to PCWorld, their range could include the LePad, which is based on the Android (Honeycomb, maybe?) OS.
Last year, Lenovo unveiled the IdeaPad U1, which was a hybrid PC with a detachable screen that could act like a tablet. The U1 was going to be shipped at the second half of 2010, but it got delayed.
Leaving the tablets aside, Lenovo also announced a range of the ThinkPad and ThinkPad Edge laptops. The ThinkPad includes the X120e which will be running on AMD’s newly arriving Fusion processors which combine the CPU and Graphics processor on a single chip.
The ThinkPad Edge laptops are targeted towards small and medium businesses and will run on Intel’s next-gen Core processors that are based on the Sandy Bridge architecture.
There’s lots that Lenovo seem to have on display, we’ll know more about it in a few days.