10" Lenovo tablet prototype promises ten hours of Android ICS use with Intel's Medfield silicon
Besides the Medfield-powered phone, Intel tucked away on its CES premises a fully functional 10" Lenovo IdeaPad K2110 tablet, powered by the same power-sipping CPU, produced with the 32nm process. The efficient usage of transistor space is hinted by the quoted 10 hours of active Android ICS usage, which is on par with the best tablets currently out there.
The Lenovo prototype features a display with 1366x768 pixels, looks quite slim, has a SIM card slot, HDMI-out, and is NFC-enabled. The tablet is said to be almost finished, with games and other 3D rendering reportedly running without hiccups. We have no doubts that Intel's tablet chip will be powerful, and our battery life concerns are somewhat dissipated for now with the quoted 10 hours of Android-ing. The only X factor now is the price Intel-based Android tablets will appear at.