While the buzz has been on the upcoming release of Lenovo’s ThinkPad Tablet 2, another Lenovo tablet should not be overlooked.  The IdeaPad S2110, while not truly a tablet in the sense that what we see today, is still a pretty nifty mobile computing device.

The IdeaPad S2110 is actually a Tablet PC, something which consumers have not seen for some time now.  What we’ve seen more of these days are the tablet slates.  The Tablet PC is essentially a small notebook, something like a netbook, but with a display that can be swiveled around to convert the system into a slate tablet.  Usually these machines are a little thicker and heavier, but they’re also a little bit more powerful.

Unlike the ThinkPad Tablet 2, the IdeaPad S2110 is running on Google’s Android operating system, rather than on Windows.  The Tablet PC also is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor as opposed to an Intel processor which is found on the ThinkPad Tablet 2.

For more thorough discussion on this product, check out the article below.  A snippet is provided for you as a preview.

While I think it’s better-looking than Lenovo’s ThinkPad line of business PCs, which tend to be boxy, this IdeaPad lacks some of the pizzazz of other consumer PCs. It’s functional but not sexy, like a buttoned-up professional trying to let loose at the after-work party, without really succeeding.

More at Lenovo IdeaPad S2110: A Solid Convertible, but It Won’t Blow Your Hair Back


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