October 1, 2016

Lenovo Showcased its First Android Tablet : Lenovo LePad

While surfing through internet, I came across that Lenovo Company is ready to compete with Apple’s iPad and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab. Lenovo introduced its first Android Tablet, LePad, at CES (Computer Electronics Show) 2011. There were many other gadgets presented in the CES but I found this gadget useful for the Tablet Lovers. I find it as a good initiative from the side of Lenovo in the market of Tablets. But it is not launched in the market yet, we have to wait its performance and feedback from the users and then we can only make decision about it.

Lenovo LePad

Lenovo is a leading PC maker of China so LePad has been first launched in China and after few months it will launched in the whole world.

It has a 10.1 inch screen and works on a Google’s Android 2.2 OS, code-named as Froyo. CES also showed IdeaPad U1 Hybrid which can turn LePad to netbook. U1 is priced at about$1000. Though LePad serves as a monitor but it can be detached as a tablet. First version of Tablet had different operating system and chipset.

Lenovo LePad

Lenovo LePad

Lenovo made partnership with mobile carriers and content partners to add gaming, news and other features. It runs on a 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.

Attractive Features of Lenovo LePad

  • Android 2.2 OS (LeOS, sigh)
  • 10.1-Inches Display
  • 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor
  • Storage Capacity: 16/32 GB
  • 2 MP Camera
  • 3G Connectivity
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Connectivity
  • Battery Capacity: Nearly 8 Hours
  • Weighs : Less than 1 kg

The Lenovo LePad will be launching soon in the market. Lenovo LePad will be costing you around $400-$500. Do share your views about this tablet. :)

Comments

  1. imobiliarias alegrete says:

    very very good….I loved

  2. looks like everybody is entering in to tablet market and that too with Android..

  3. Lenovo is trying too hard to copy Apple, i mean, LePad? Find a better and more unique name 😛

  4. Pallvi – Wow, the Lenovo LePad definitely looks attractive, but for $1000 it’s a little too expensive for me right now. But if I had the money I would definitely buy it. I like the fact that you can use IdeaPad U1 Hybrid and turn LePad into netbook.

  5. Looks pretty.

  6. cool one, but its not that easy to overcome apple’s iPad :)

  7. Pallvi Grover says:

    thnx 4 ur responses

  8. I hope that Lenovo lepad if it had Android 2.4 version it would have been better.

  9. This tablet from levono is better than the ipad, but it has usb port?

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