Lenovo IdeaPad Windows 7 Slate Tablet Pictured at CES 2011 [Specs & Features Detailed]

January 5, 2011, By Alex Ion

Lenovo is getting a handful of applause at this year’s CES in Las Vegas, and believe it or not it’s not only for their notebooks and netbooks, it’s also for their IdeaPad Windows 7 Slate.

Pictured at the company’s booth in all its glory, the new Lenovo IdeaPad Windows 7 Slate is said to feature a 10.1-inch capacitive display (1280 by 800 resolution) and to run on a 1.5GHz Atom Oak Trail processor from Intel. It packs 2GB of RAM, has 32GB of storage (SSD), has both USB and microSD support and features a battery with 6 hours of juice.

Among other specs, Lenovo IdeaPad comes with a built-in 3G modem for on-the-go Internet connection and a 2 megapixel camera along with stylus support (it’s optimized for both touch input as well as for pen input)

Another interesting aspect of the tablet is the fact that it comes with a customize UI (on top of Windows 7 that is) that gives access to two tabs. One of the tabs is for work and you can have programs like Outlook in there, and the other one is for play, where you can listen music or watch videos.

For now there’s no official wording regarding a release date (same goes for pricing), but word is that the Lenovo tablet will launch sometime in the first quarter of 2011. Check out the video below for a quick hands-on review.

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