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Lenovo showcases K2110 IdeaTab tablet with Atom Z2460

Lenovo showcases K2110 IdeaTab tablet with Atom Z2460
Lenovo showcases K2110 IdeaTab tablet with Atom Z2460
The 10.1-inch IdeaTab will launch with an x86 CPU and Android 4.0 to boot

Chinese manufacturer Lenovo took its time last week at Las Vegas to announce a large number of new notebooks and tablets, so we’re not entirely surprised that we missed this one at CES 2012.

Called the IdeaTab K2110, this 10.1-inch Atom-powered tablet will reportedly use an Intel 1.6GHz Z2460 Medfield CPU with Android 4.0. The tablet- and smartphone-specific Medfield SoC will also be powering the recently unveiled Lenovo K800 smartphone.

Other features of the K2110 include a 1366x768 resolution display, an 8.9mm (0.35 inches) thickness, a micro HDMI port, front-and-rear cameras, SIM slot, a microSD reader and NFC capabilities. Otherwise, not much else is known about the tablet, such as pricing and release dates. We'll have to wait before we can see exactly how this x86 tablet holds up against the swarm of ARM-based competitors in the tablet world.

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Author: Allen Ngo, 2012-01-19 (Update: 2012-05-26)