Lenovo has released the official press photos of the IdeaPad K1 Android tablet (pictured, left) and the ThinkPad Android tablet on their Picasa account. No details came with these, but we already knew a little bit and can learn more from the photos. The IdeaPad K1 is a 10.1 inch Honeycomb tablet, sporting the Tegra 2 chip and Lenovo's custom skin. Today's pictures show front and rear cameras, custom colors, a media dock, and a keyboard docking station. The ThinkPad looks to be geared more to the business professional with an included stylus and presumably software included to use it in Lenovo's custom UI atop Honeycomb. The ThinkPad also sports four physical buttons as well as an SD card slot, USB, and HDMI ports on the outside, and a Tegra 2 CPU and 1GB RAM on the inside.
We have no idea about pricing or a date, but with the official pictures set loose there's no reason for further secrets. I imagine we'll be hearing more about these in the near future. In the meantime, head to the source links and have a peek at a slew of pictures.
Source: Picasa; IdeaPad K1, ThinkPad via: Netbook news
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