All major PC vendors are succumbing to the tablet bug one after the other. According to a recent report on TradingMarkets.com, Lenovo is readying an Android-based tablet computer called the LePad. The website cites comments made by Lenovo Group’s senior vice president Liu Jun.
The news was later confirmed by a spokesperson for the Chinese PC vendor. Lenovo spokeswoman Wu Hwa told Reuters that her company was indeed developing an Android-based tablet. She went on to state that Lenovo had chosen Android as it wanted the tablet to be compatible with its recently launched LePhone smartphone. However, she did not reveal when exactly the tablet, called LePad for now, will be launched.