Lenovo IdeaPad P1 has been introduced to the market as another Windows 7 tablet. This tablet is set to released in the Q4 of this year, and it’s one of the Windows 7 tablet that featuring integrated Intel HD graphic and it has a large 2GB DDR2 RAM. However, the processor is still single core that run at 1.5Ghz, unlike the Tegra 2 that has used dual core processor.
Lenovo IdeaPad P1 has 10.1-inch multi-touch screen display with 1280 x 800, 0.3 megapixel web cam, built-in speaker and USB 2.0 port, which is pretty common these days, including the wireless connection like WiFi, bluetooth and 3G.
What makes is good is actually the fresh orange color backplate. Most tablets in the market are offering the luxurious black or white, while it seems there is a shortage of bright color design. Of course, you can always dress them with nice and colorful case/sleeve of your choice, but the default color that come with an alternative fresh color can be pretty attractive.
The lack of battery life might become its biggest hurdle. This Lenovo IdeaPad P1 Windows 7 tablet is only capable of working 6 hours continuously per charge. Unless you are the type that just want to use the tablet for quick web surfing, email checking and social media update, I suggest you to go for either Apple iPad or Motorola Xoom for best multimedia performance.