Yesterday, Lenovo did release their fair share of tablets, but we covered the main draw. Well, it did not take too long before these puppies start to pop up all over the FCC just like mushrooms after rain, and the Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx Windows 8 powered convertible tablet has just hit the FCC, ready to be inspected from all wireless aspects to make sure that it is good to go in the US market without interfering with other frequencies or networks.
The FCC has identified the Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx as the IdeaTab K3011 models 60018 and 2287, having gained the FCC’s approval via Lenovo’s OEM partner Wistron Corporation. The IdeaTab K3011 picked up the nod of approval for both of its Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities. Well, having said that, this would mean the Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx is being prepared to roll out in due time, most probably before the holiday season rush that happens at the end of every year. Will you be picking one up for yourself?
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