Lenovo created quite a buzz around at last year’s edition of the Consumer Electronic Show and wishes to do the same this year. However, the company seems to have messed things up quite a bit in the intervening period, so while we are on the threshold of fresh edition of the CES, Lenovo’s year ago efforts are being talked about almost as much as what it intends to do this year.
One of the stars of the show was the thoroughly innovative IdeaPad UI. It is basically a tablet and a notebook hybrid device with a detachable screen that can be operated on as a standalone device. It was intended to enter markets soon after CES, but unfortunately that did not happen. The last time the IdeaPad was in the news, it was all about the tablet part named LePad that was being touted to enter domestic market first before it forays outside China.
In the midst of all this, there is news of Lenovo making it to the CES with two new tablet devices that is built for the consumer market. However, there is no other information available regarding the device, though thankfully we won’t have to wait more than a few more days to hear more on this.
So keep watching.
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