The folks over at the FCC are kept pretty busy just about every day, and what do we have today? For starters, you have the Lenovo Smartpad while that is followed by the “IdeaPad Tablet A1-07” and “LePad A1-07” – could it be a single device with a trio of model names? Perhaps, but very little has been revealed by the FCC filings apart from the ability for you to surf the Internet via a decent Wi-Fi connection, while Bluetooth connectivity lets you hook up to a pair of wireless headphones or other Bluetooth-enabled devices within reasonable distance, of course.
No idea on whether the Lenovo Smartpad here will run on the Windows or Android operating system, but since it has hit the FCC, you can be sure that it ought to arrive sooner rather than later.
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