As previously reported the tablet has a 10.1-inch screen, a 1.3Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and 1GB of RAM. It also features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a 2MP front-facing camera, and runs Google Android 2.2 with Lenovo's "LeOS" software riding on top. Four configurations will be made available: the Wi-Fi only version with 16GB and 32GB of storage capacity priced at 3,499 yuan (US$534) and 3,999 yuan (US$609), respectively, while the 3G and Wi-Fi variant with 16GB of memory will be priced at 4,599 yuan (US$700) and the 32GB version at 5,299 yuan (US$807).
Lenovo has said the tablet will also go on sale worldwide in June. Although it didn't specify exactly which markets, a device with similar characteristics is now going through the FCC approval process for a launch in the U.S. under a new name: Skylight Slate. The device will apparently launch with Android 3.0 "Honeycomb" but other than that there are not many details regarding a specific release date, pricing, or carrier support.