According to Engadget, the device is on track for a launch next month, so if you fancy a tablet that’s a bit taller when you hold it in landscape mode, you don’t have long to wait. Interestingly, Engadget is also claiming the tablet has a dual-core TI OMAP processor under the hood, rather than the 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon we were shown at CES. The FCC report also shows that the tablet needs a 2.5A input at 5V to charge, which is higher than most tablets out there (including the new iPad with the ginormous battery) so IdeaPad S2 customers may be treated to substantially quicker charging times.
Who’s interested in picking one of these puppies up?
source: FCC via Engadget