At CES, everyone's gunning for Apple. HP's new tablet is getting all the attention, but Lenovo, quietly, has released yet another tablet form factor that does more than just show off books and magazines. This one actually doubles as a real computer, and will be available in just a few weeks!
Lenovo's newest Apple iTablet killer at CES 2010 is called the decidedly unsexy S10-3t. The new gadget runs Windows 7 and twists to turn into a tablet, or a clamshell laptop. Built around Intel's brand new Atom N470, it has enough power to run videos and most mainstream programs. And with the first multi-touch capacative screen on the Windows platform, it's a great touch computer as well. You can pick it up for $4500, when it ships later in January.WATCH A FULL REVIEW OF THE TABLET HERE
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