Lenovo have been kicking portable butt in the notebook space for a little while now, so it's no surprise the Chinese manufacturer would turn its focus to tablets. Engadget tells us that the company has just revealed its latest anti-iPads, the LePad S2007 and LePad S2010 Honeycomb tablets at an event in Beijing.
Both tablets feature a Qualcomm 1.5GHz chip, 1GB RAM and 1,280 x 800 IPS display, as well as an 8MP rear camera, 1.3MP front camera and planned upgrade to ice-cream sandwich. The most obvious difference is the screen size - seven inches for the S2007 and 10.1 for the S2010, which obviously affects weight and dimensions.
Due to launch in China next month, there's no mention of pricing or international availability, but that doesn't stop it from being another intriguing contender in the Android tablet space...