Lance Whitney for CNET:
Lenovo is hoping to shake up the tablet market with three new devices scheduled to hit its home base of China as early as December. Ranging in size from 5 to 10 inches, the new tablets will be branded under Lenovo’s LePad name in China but will be known as the IdeaPad in other countries, follow-ups to the currentIdeaPad K1.
I can’t see how Android tablets will ever stand a chance with strategies like this. Lenovo plans to carpet bomb the tablet market with 5, 7, and 10 inch devices, but how do developers deal with an ever increasing collection of form factors, screen sizes, and capabilities?