Is the next major Honeycomb tablet play seriously coming from Lenovo? Sure looks it, as the company has just taken the (final) wraps of its IdeaPad K1. For all intents and purposes, the K1 is a LePad dressed up in Android — this one’s packing a 1.0 GHz Tegra 2 chipset, a 10.1-inch (1280 x 800) capacitive touchpanel, Android 3.1, a two-cell battery (good for “up to ten hours”) and a few minor software tweaks that may or may not appeal to you.
From a design standpoint, there’s not a lot new here, though we will confess to really digging the textured backplate. It’ll ship in 16GB and 32GB flavors, with WiFi-only and 3G + WiFi variants available. For the latter, a Gobi chip will be implanted to enable connectivity with Verizon Wireless, AT&T or Sprint here in the US of A, though details on global 3G modules weren’t readily available. The company’s also tossing in Social Touch, a homegrown app that pulls together your email, calendars and social networks for a single-pane view of your entire digital life. It’ll ship to America (and most of the world, in fact) on July 28th, Let’s wait and see.
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