Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Introduced Lenvo IdeaPad K1 with 10.1-inch Tablet

The Lenovo IdeaPad K1 endeavors to be at a greater extent than just another Android tablet. From its Honeycomb tweaks to its superfluity of preloaded apps, a lot of which are actually useful to its inclusion of Microsoft ReadyPlay DRM.

The IdeaPad K1 tablet is one of the two new tablets from Lenovo, each with the equivalent processing guts and the identical size of displays, but with identical different physical designs. While the ThinkPad Tablet is cubic and in basic black, the IdeaPad is contoured, with metal borders and your choice of a black, white, or red plastic back.

Inside, the IdeaPad bundles features that accept promptly which become a standard for tablets having Android version 3.1(Honeycombs) , a dual-core 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, and 1GB of memory. The front face is a 10.1-inch, 1280-by-800-pixel display, with a generous black border around it.

Outside, the IdeaPad K1 has a stylish, identifying designing. It measures 10.4 by 7.4 by 0.5 inches, making it perceptibly bigger than the Thrive, and approximately as wide as the Apple iPad 2

The Tablet weighs 1.65 pounds, which sets it amongst the heaviest Android tablets we have viewed so far. That weight slenderly surpasses that of the Toshiba Thrive, which weighs 0.05 pound less, but the distribution of components inside the IdeaPad in reality makes it experience lighter than the Thrive.

The IdeaPad’s innovation favors a landscape orientation. A 2 megapixel front-facing camera is centred on top of the display; a micro-HDMI port, a headphone jack, and a docking port run along the bottom edge; and power and volume buttons, screen-rotation lock, and a microSD card slot run along the left side. It also features y, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 5MP rear camera, HDMI, dual-core Nvidia Tegra processor It has 32GB of internal storage capacity which is two times greater than the storage capacity of Apple Ipad 2 and Samsung Galaxy Tab and also have integrated cloud storage (2GB free)

The display looked good overall, on a par with the Toshiba Thrive’s and the Motorola Xoom’s , the IdeaPad had better color saturation. The viewing angle was a bit finer than that of the Thrive, likely because the vent gap between the display and the outside glass is littler on the IdeaPad than it is on the Thrive.

Source: gadgetstree.com


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