We all know that this will be the year that Microsoft unleashes their first tablet friendly OS, Windows 8, onto the world. Naturally, different PC manufacturers are jostling for the honor of being the first to deliver a tablet based on the new OS when it launches later this year. Lenovo is one such manufacturer, and according to The Verge, the Chinese company is internally planning to be the first one to market with their own Windows 8 tablet, which the tech outfit says would likely be the recently announced IdeaPad Yoga, the 13-inch transforming tablet/notebook hybrid the was first unveiled during January during CES. We’ll just have to wait if the firm can follow through with that promise come October, when which is when Lenovo believes is the month when Microsoft releases the new OS.
Source: The Verge