As the tablet war grows day by day, more tablets are added in the market to compete. This time its Lenovo who announced new tablet – IdeaPad Tablet P1. A little different thing they did is the tablet will run Windows 7 unlike Android. Sounds risky? Yes, it is a risky decision by looking at the feedback received from all other Windows 7 tablets released before.
Lets see what Lenovo has got different than other Windows 7 tablets and why they think IdeaPad P1 will succeed. Its 10.1″ long and you will find that components inside are very competitive and got an edge over older tablets. P1 is well stocked with a 1.5GHz Intel processor, a 1280 x 800 capacitive touchscreen display, connectivity options such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and USB 2.0, and a microSD memory card slot. Memory and storage space are variable, where you can stash in up to 2GB DDR2 RAM and a maximum of a 64GB SSD.
IdeaPad P1 has 2-megapixel webcam on front and you have an alternative of using stylus in case you like it. Thickness measures about 14.5mm which is double the size of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Pricing is not declared yet and no information about when it will be available in market but Lenovo should release it before the end of this year or they should upgrade to Windows 8 instead for rich experience and flexibility.