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Lenovo at CES 2012: ThinkPads, IdeaPads, IdeaTabs, Ultrabooks, Laptops, Desktops and a TV

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge S430The Consumer Electronics Association of 2012 (CES 2012) features the biggest names in the electronics industry all bringing new toys and gadgets that will be rolled out into the market. The 2012 CES doesn’t begin until the 10th; however many of the big companies have been incredibly busy boasting about some of the gadgets they will reveal in the shows later.

As one of the biggest names in computers, laptops, and other electronics, Lenovo is sure to bring some new toys with them this year at the CES – and they were kind enough to give a few sneak peeks!

So what will Lenovo be revealing at the CES this year? Let’s find out!

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Lenovo’s ThinkPad and IdeaPad Tablets use different Operating Systems

Since the moment they revaled IdeaPad U1, Lenovo stepped up its game and released their new tablets available in the market: the ThinkPad and the IdeaPad K1 and P1 both featuring Honeycomb 3.1. Lenovo also developed their very own App Shop, which is a lot like the one for Apple. With unique differentiators and a limited Netflix partnership, it looks like the company took their time to make the wait worthwhile.

ThinkPad Tablet

This Honeycomb 3.1 tablet – which features a 10.1 in screen – was created mainly for business individuals, sporting an impressive 1280 x 800 resolution display with 3G and WiFi options. It might not be the thinnest tablet developed but it will run on a 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor and 1.6 GB of RAM with 24.1 Wh battery. It also has an HDMI slot with USB 2.0 and micro USB ports. The Thinkpad also has a front and rear camera. SD cards and SIM can also be inserted on the edge.Lenovo Thinkpad

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