Microsoft's Windows RT operating system will find its way into Lenovo hardware in the form of a couple of convertible tablets. While the Lenovo/NVIDIA partnership isn't news
, there are some new unofficial details revealed
by sources talking to the Wall Street Journal
. One tablet will use an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processer with four cores but the latest report has Lenovo working on an ARM-powered convertible tablet as well.
Other technical details regarding the devices aren't available at this point, though one of them may turn out to be based on the 13-inch convertible IdeaPad Yoga
(pictured). That tablet runs a Core i5 CPU, however. It will start at a heady $1,200, with no shipping dates yet available. An ARM-based variant may be slightly cheaper, while a Tegra 3-powered version may be smaller and cheaper still.
ASUS is another one of NVIDIA's partners for Windows RT tablets. The devices from these and other manufacturers are expected to be released on October 26.