Remember the Lenovo's IdeaPad U1 Hybrid ?, the netbook that have retractable multitouch screen. It called Hybrid because it will runs on two different operating system and two processors. It seem the retractable screen part that will hit the market very soon; it called LePad, while the U1 dock will be released later. The tablet will be obviously sized 10.1 inch touchscreen. What about the LePad specification ?
Lenovo's IdeaPad U1 Hybrid, the retarctable multitouchscreen will called LePad
Although it is not clearly what are being put into this device, back during CES it was featuring ARM CPU and Windows 7 and Skylight Linux OS , however it has since been changed to Android OS. Rumours said the device might also featuring 16 GB flash drive and 512 MB of RAM.
This will be likely more interesting once U1 is released, the netbook will comes with Core 2 Duo CPU, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, 128GB SSD, a full QWERTY keyboard, additional ports and Windows 7. Quite powerful device, and it's great choice for Xmas gift too.