Seems like capitalising on the exponentially expanding Android market has become the latest trend in the tech-world. Almost all capable companies are coming up with their own Android based tablets and smartphones. Lenovo is another example of this booming IT trend which is unlikely to end any time soon.
Lenovo recently launched its latest tablet device, IdeaPad K1 - a move considered by many in the IT industry as the PC maker’s answer to the Apple iPad.
The IdeaPad K1 is blessed with the Android 3.1 operating system, along with a bunch of pre- installed apps including the massively popular Angry Birds.
The tablet is equipped with a 10.1 inch 1280 x 800 pixel screen, 32 GB built-in storage capacity, micoSD slot, 1 GB RAM, and dual cameras (2-megapixel front-facing and 5-megapixel on the back). The K1 is powered by the Nvidia Tegra 2 processor with a clock frequency of 1 GHz.
So far, the Lenovo Ideapad K1 has grabbed some decent reviews by experts. For example, Christopher Null of Wired.com wrote, “The K1 is a tough and pretty handsome entrant though, and if you’re trying to extricate yourself from the Appleverse, it’s compelling enough to recommend.”