Lenovo has been on fire at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), announcing not one, but two Android tablets, an Ice Cream Sandwich-powered TV, an Android-Windows hybrid laptop, and an Intel Medfield
-powered smartphone.If you own a Lenovo ThinkPad tablet and are wondering if it will ever be updated to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, then we have good news. The ThinkPad tablet will indeed be running the newest version of Google’s mobile operating system sometime in the second quarter of this year (so the update will arrive in April, May, or June).
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The ThinkPad Tablet was launched in July last year as a business tablet. The tablet retails starting at $479 and runs on Android 3.1, which is code-named Honeycomb.
Getting to the guts of the Thinkpad we find that it is powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core ARM 1.0GHz processor and comes with 1GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. Running on the Android 3.1 platform the Thinkpad gets just moderate marks for performance as it can sometimes behave sluggishly when booting up and when closing applications. It can also take several inputs before the tablet registers, all of which dampen the user experience.
Battery life is quite acceptable at 8 hours even when using Wi-fi. In addition to Wi-fi, the tablet also has support for 3G and Bluetooth meaning you have plenty of options for network connectivity. And 3G is supported for all three of the major U.S. carriers (Verizon Wireless, Sprint and AT&T). Even global nomads can stay connected too as the tablet supports global roaming utilizing the EVDO and HSPA networks.