Lenovo wants to break the record for largest tablet available, seemingly, since it’s readying a 23 inch unit exclusively for home use. Usually we see slates measuring up to 10 inches in diagonal, but we’re dealing with double the size. Actually, the company showcased a similar unit at CES 2011 in January.

It was dubbed the Lenovo IdeaPad and it was based on Microsoft Windows 7, but that was a mere prototype, not intended for the commercial market. Lenovo has now changed its mind and intends to make this a viable product for home use. You can move it from one room to the other for gaming, TV watching and basic computer use.

This will be an All-in-One device, according to William Cai, Lenovo’s senior marketing specialist. No info on the technical specs, but we’ll keep you posted.

  • keep it simple stupid

    wow that’s disgusting. give up lenovo

  • the market for pads are taking very high, but it is a common emotion
    everywhere around that once you buy it you wont find much use of it for
    yourself and the daily related tasks, Its better to spend that amount on
    some good thin laptops, you can do much more things with them and are
    pretty useful.