Lenovo Launching the LePad in China for March, Internationally in May

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    During Lenovo's 2010 Q4 financial report, they announced the Lenovo LePad Slate for a late March release in China. Its international debut will come in May. The price shall fall between $400USD and $1000USD. Lenovo is looking forward to carrying over the success of the LePhone in future mobile equipment.

    From what we know from previous reports, it will come with a 10.1-inch multitouch capacitive touchscreen, 8 hour surfing time, Qualcomm Snapdragon, 3G data, wifi, and a customized version of Android 2.2 called four-square. It should have a possible upgrade for future versions of Android as well. This may be another tablet to keep track of in the months to come. The tablet has an optional docking station that runs Windows 7 on an Intel Core i5 platform to be combined into the IdeaPad U1 Hybrid. Lenovo will also bundle their Lenovo app store with the device.

    Engadget Chinese

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