Windows 7 is a big cash cow for Microsoft, viagra but it has been amply proved that the operating system is not meant for mobile devices with touchscreens. But this little factoid did not deter Lenovo from taking a plunge and launching its new 10.1 inch tablet, IdeaPad. Though, Lenovo certainly deserves credit for the aesthetics of the tablet. The Taiwanese company is offering its tablet in silver gray and striking Clementine Orange color.
Apart from its looks and seemingly puzzling choice of OS, the tablet has pretty run of the mill specs. It comes with 1.5 GHz Intel processor and has 2GB of memory under the hood. The tablet has storage capacity of up to 64 GB and supports microSD card. The 3G tablet is also Wi-Fi compatible and has built-in Bluetooth connectivity.
Its capacitive touchscreen gives 1280×800 pixels display and also supports stylus input. Plus, there is a front facing camera with 2MP resolution. Its two-cell battery is capable of six hour run, which is miles behind 10 hours performance of iPad battery. The tablet is also on the chunkier side with 14.5 mm thickness. But hey, curves are good, right. Though, Windows 8 is still in the incubation mode, but probably Lenovo should have waited for the dedicated OS to arrive on the scene. But as said before, the tablet is a right eye candy, and let’s hope the company prices it suitably as a vanity accessory.