It appears that Lenovo's LePad is not the only tablet that the company will use in its marketing strategy this year, having also decided to develop a model based on the NVIDIA Tegra 2 SoC. The tablet market has been shaping up steadily over the past few months, even though some companies have been delaying their models. Then again, those that did put their products off at least have enough time to revise them properly, maybe even make more of them. Lenovo might just be doing both of the above if a report from Netbooknews is anything to go by. For those that do not remember, the outfit has had the LePad ARM slate in development for a long time. Still, the company also has the IdeaPad K1, which might just turn out to be the stronger of the two when it starts shipping next month (Jun, 2011). One thing that distinguishes between the two products is the fact that IdeaPad K1 is based on the NVIDIA Tegra 2 SoC instead of the LePad's 1.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset. The report outlines the general specifications of the K1, mentioning such things as 1 GB of LPDDR2 memory and 32 GB of storage space. The slate also has two 0.5W speakers, USB, HDMI, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 and two webcams (5 megapixels and 2 megapixels on the back and font, respectively). All of the above are packed inside a 10.1-inch frame whose touchscreen display has a resolution of 1,280 x 800 pixels. The hardware is managed by the Android 3.0 operating system, while the battery can keep it running for 8 to 10 hours. Lenovo's IdeaPad k1 should have the price of roughly $510.04, a figure that will be somewhat lower for the 16 GB storage version that will come afterwards.