We go hands-on with the Lenovo LePad, a tablet that will be running Android 3.0 Honeycomb when it launches in the UK. Also meet the U1 dock, which turns the LePad into a proper Windows PC...
Tablet, meet laptop: last year's Best of CES nominee, the U1 Hybrid, finally becomes a reality in 2011.
The, 'ow you say, Lenovo LePad, is an Android tablet set to take on the Apple iPad as one half of an innovative computing double act.
The new S2005, S2007, and S2010 Android tablets are slated to reach the Chinese consumer market sometime next month.
Lenovo is working on a 5-inch Android tablet, according to leaked pictures. But is it a small slate or a big phone?
While other vendors are fretting about an uncertain economy, Lenovo executives are confident about the company's prospects.
An alleged placard revealed by Engadget shows the new 10.1-inch Android-based Ideapad K1 tablet selling for $500 and reportedly launching soon.
CEO reveals that Lenovo will unveil two Android tablets this summer, following by a Windows tablet later in the year.
What will a Windows 8 PC look like? We won't know until we see one, but you can bet many Windows 8 devices won't look like the PC you're using today.
The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet goes on sale in the UK next week for less than £380, although you'll pay extra for its keyboard dock.