Lenovo’s Summer Plans Include Two 10-inch Honeycomb Tablets, No US Smartphones


Lenovo has yet to crack the US market, but that may finally change as the company plans to launch two new Honeycomb tablets later this summer (we’ve heard previous rumors of at least one). We may never see the Lenovo LePad here in the States, but the two new 10-inch slates will offer options for the everyday consumer and business user, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. Lenovo’s phone business in the US is another story altogether, with the same report indicating that we won’t see a phone from the manufacturer on American soil for at least another 12 to 18 months.

Lenovo is banking on tablets to replace netbooks and take up a 15 percent share of the PC market. We sincerely hope part of that 15 percent does eventually include tablets from Lenovo in the US.

[via WSJ]

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  1. Lenovo my Eggo :D

  2. I can’t wait for more details on this…I’ve always been impressed with Lenovo build quality, it would be nice to have an Android tablet on the market built RIGHT

  3. They waited so far, should wait a little bit longer and go for a Kal-El platform …

    1. So true. Having repaired many a ThinkPad in my day, taking them apart and putting them back together I have a very deep appreciation for how well built the Think line of products are.

  4. I wonder if they are Intel or ARM based – or one of each.  I’m looking for Intel-based so that I can load Linux then run Honeycomb, Windows, etc virtually or multi-booted.

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