Aside from the Android 4.0-powered IdeaTab S2 which is Lenovo’s answer to Asus Transformer Prime, the company is revealing the LePad K2010 heading for China whereas its US counterpart will be marketed as IdeaTab K2.
Just so you know, this is the same Tegra 3 quad-core slate leaked last November. Unfortunately, unlike the full unveiling of S2, all we have for K2 is a kiss on the cheek right on Las Vegas where CES is about to start on Tuesday. Specswise, those who man-handled the device said it’ll have an impressive 1,920×1200 IPS display resolution although there’s no confirmation about any 3D support.
As you can see from its exterior, it’s surrounded by a metal cover and external speakers integrated on its 10.1-inch panel. Other info includes an eight megapixel shooter camera in which we hope it’ll add more advanced optics for better clarity and details when shooting or recording videos. Meanwhile, nothing much can be deduced from the tablet’s unfinished software but as you can see, it’s running Android 4.0 and looks pretty stable in terms of running some apps.
As expected, the device don’t have any release date or price but several sources suggest it should hit China first before U.S customers who are already enjoying the IdeaTab S2 at that time. Interestingly, a rep from Lenovo explains that K2010 is more oriented for business users with high-end needs for a tablet.