Thursday, August 11, 2011

Lenovo IdeaPad Tablet K1 (32GB) Review
The Honeycomb-tablet market is rapidly evolving into an all-out swarm—and Lenovo is just one of the latest computer-system manufacturers to start buzzing around it. But not one to be outdone by its rivals, Lenovo is actually getting into tablets on several fronts, announcing three models: a Honeycomb (Android OS 3.1) tablet for general consumers, another Honeycomb tablet for business users, and a Windows version for those attached to their PC apps at the hip. The business-centric Android model is due out in late August, and the Windows version will make its debut sometime in the fall. The consumer tablet—the Lenovo IdeaPad Tablet K1—just landed in our hands, and we put it through our rigorous tablet tests to see how it stacks up...