Lenovo had a prototype concept tablet at the Intel Booth at CES running on the company’s new Medfield processor and running Android 4.0. This is the second tablet I’ve seen at the show running this processor, which seemed to render 3D polygon renderings very well, and the demo was running the all new Google Body.
The Hardware for the Idea Tab K2110 IS a prototype, but it did feature a 10.1 inch screen with a resolution of 1280×800. It is running on Intel’s brand new 32 Nanometer Medfield processor, which is the first tablet in the world running this new Atom X86 based architecture. It has all of the normal ports you see in higher end devices, such as HDMI, MicroSD, MicroUSB, Dual Cameras, and more! One of the most exciting elements on this new device is that it has NFC support! All of this is running in conjunction with the latest iteration of Google Ice Cream Sandwich.
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