Over the past week we’ve found details about a couple of quad core tablets, including one made by Lenovo, one by Acer and one by HTC. Not to mention the ASUS Transformer Prime Tegra 3 slate, that was already announced. Well, the Lenovo Tegra 3 tablet now gets some benchmark results published, showing some interesting facts.
This is supposed to be a 10.1 inch slate, with an Nvidia Kal-El processor and speculations say it might come with a 1920 x 1200 resolution full HD display. The benchmark results at the GLBenchmark call this product the LePad K2 and indicate that it’s running Android 3.2 Honeycomb, although a release with Android 4.0 is not out of the picture. Up until now the standard resolution for Android tablets was 1280 x 800 pixels, but the new Lenovo product takes it up a notch, reaching 1920 x 1200 pixels.
Rumors also say that this slate will come with 2GB of RAM and it will be a very potent device. I guess that there’s also a powerful GPU inside, good enough for some hardcore gaming that will put the iPad 2 to shame. What do you think?