We've already seen the Lenovo IdeaTab S2
, which has many of the same specs, but the successor to the IdeaPad K1
looks like it will be the more business oriented tablet model from Lenovo. This tablet has been seen in China under the name LePad K2010, but given the new naming structure that Lenovo is using, it is likely to be released in other regions as the IdeaTab K2.
As we said, it has many of the same specs as the S2, including the 10" IPS display with a 1920x1200 resolution, a quad-core Tegra 3, and an 8 MP rear camera. One interesting feature that sets the K2 apart is a fingerprint scanner on the back of the tablet. The obvious use for this is for biometric security, but there is also word that it could be used to control a mouse cursor, but that seems a bit unnecessary with a touchscreen device that will likely have a keyboard dock with trackpad.