Lenovo Previews IdeaTab K2110
The company Lenovo gave a preview of a new product it’s developing at the CES 2012. The prototype concept tablet is called Lenovo IdeaTab K2110. Its main feature is that it runs on Intel’s 32 Nanometer Medfield Atom processor, which is based on Atom X86. Likewise, it operates on Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Among its other specifications is a 10.1-inch screen with an 8.9″ display size. It comes with a pixel display resolution of 1280 × 800, with a capability of showing 1080p videos. Said screen is also backlit by LED lights, with graphics powered by the Intel GMA 600 subsystem, lending it vibrant and sharp images. It is also a capacitive touchscreen with multi-touch technology. Its display type is for soft finger touch.
The IdeaTab K2110 also has the standard ports such as microHDMI, MicroSD, SDHC, MicroUSB, and a SIM card slot. Like many other new devices, it also comes with dual cameras with LED flash. As for connectivity, it is capable of Wi-Fi and 3G. There are also stereo speakers and a jack for 3.5 mm headphones. Notably, the Lenovo IdeaTab K2110 also carries support for Near Field Communication (NFC), the new standard in short-range wireless communication.
No word is available as to how much Lenovo IdeaTab K2110 will cost once it is released.