16 November 2011

Lenovo Tablet Tegra 3 present at the end of the year

Lenovo has expanded its product range with the tablet, but this one will be equipped with NVIDIA Tegra 3 and Google's Android OS Ice Cream Sandwich. The official announcement of the new gadget will be held later this year. As for technical details we only know a few things: the 10.1-inch display, 2GB of RAM, quad-core Tegra 3 with a frequency of 1.6, rear camera and USB-port GHz. Interestingly, the device receives a fingerprint scanner, which implies it belongs to the business segments.

ThinkPad is a 10.1-inch high definition with the tablet Film Transistor Liquid Crystal Display Thin (TFT LCD) touch screen that runs on Android 3.1 (Honeycomb) OS supported by the Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processors. The internal memory of 32 GB support tablets that can be expanded up to 64 GB. Like the ThinkPad IdeaPad K1 also has a front facing camera of 2 mega pixel camera and behind the camera with 5 mega pixel camera that supports video recording.

Enabled with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 3G tablet has a mini HDMI port, micro USB port and USB 2.0 ports. Added to this tab has a SIM card slot and media card reader. The battery life as the company offers is 10 hours. ThinkPad weight only 715 grams. Prices tab enabled Wi-Fi 16 GB is 29 500 while the other models with Wi-Fi and 3G is priced at Rs 41,900. There is also another model which is the most expensive tablet with 64 GB comes with Wi-Fi and 3G are available for Rs 46,900.

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8 komentar:

FREE_MOVIE said...

wah keren abis ne tablet jadi pingin beli,,,,,,

BlogS of Hariyanto said...

nice gadget :)

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clark lost said...

Hi, Friend! Really amazing the technology! The human being is "flying" too loud!
Best regards!

Adam Coupe said...

A great piece of kit
Great article

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