Lenovo IdeaTab S2 Slate Ready; Android Tablet Foray Looks for More Laurels

January 9, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Lenovo, as you tech freaks out there would know, has for long been introducing lots of affordable, quality products and thus has made themselves popular all across the globe.

The adage, ‘past shapes your future’,  seems to have found a confirmation in Lenovo’s story of success all along.

The company has now added more laurels to itself by stepping on to the Android tablet terrain. As the first step towards this, the company is unraveling their new dock-enabled IdeaTab S2 tablet.

The tablet will run the Android 4.0 operating system – Ice Cream Sandwich. The IdeaTab S2 will be operating with a dual-core Snapdragon MSM8960 processor from the Qualcomm line up.

The device will feature a 10.1- inch Lenovo’s distinctive high quality display. Along with the IdeaTab S2, Lenovo also provides a keyboard dock. The device will work for about 20 hours, when it is off the chord.  Doesn’t that sound enticing?

The IdeaTab S2 is designed apparently thinner than almost all its predecessors. The device will be around 9.8- millimeters thick, and will weigh around 1.1 pounds. Nonetheless, we think, the weight is slightly higher for the size.

The price of the device has not yet been revealed. But we hope it to be a budget- friendly tablet.

More details regarding the device are yet to flow out, other than this, but we have made up our mind to follow up all the events related to Lenovo’s first Android device.  Aren’t you joining us in our endeavor?

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