Lenovo already have an Android 2.2 tablet available in China, and possibly soon in the rest of the world, called the LePad, but it looks as though they are gearing up to launch a newer Honeycomb based tablet.
The new tablet will be launched under the ThinkPad name, the ex-IBM brand which Lenovo took over a few years ago, will feature a 10-inch IPS screen, dual-core Tegra 2 tablet and will have a 10 hour battery life.
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Rumors suggest the ThinkPad tablet will launch in July for a rather respectable $499.
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