At the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 in Las Vegas, Chinese PC maker Lenovo has unveiled the IdeaTab S2 tablet/laptop. The device is expected to hit the market worldwide in the second quarter of this year and will be a rival product of Asus Transformer Prime.
The latest product from Lenovo will be powered by Google's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. The design of the hybrid is somewhat similar to Asus Transformer Prime and has a 10.1 inch LED backlit touchscreen with keyboard dock.
Powered by Qualcomm 8960 1.7GHz dual core processor the screen resolution of this device is 1280x800. The overall size of the device is 8.3mm in thickness and weighs lesser than 600 grams.
Other specifications include a front as well as rear facing camera. The device supports Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity with facilities like call support, a microHDMI port and storage options of up to 64GB through solid state drives, reported The Inquirer.
There are many other qualities like the keyboard dock to add keyboard and touchpad, a multi card reader, two USB ports and a battery. All these combined makes the device more or less a netbook like device. The specifications seem interesting enough and chances are that it might give some fierce competition to the Transformer Prime.