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Lenovo, which is considered the second largest computer manufacturer in the world, plans to launch the first tablet with the latest Microsoft operating system, Windows 8.
According to Michael Dell, CEO of Chinese origin who acquired the PC division`s Department in 2005, said it plans to release the first tablet running Windows 8, more precisely, in October, the day that Microsoft itself will launch the highly anticipated operating system with the new interface Metro.
Earlier this year, during CES 2012, Lenovo introduced the IdeaPad 13 YOGA, a ultrabook with a sleek and extremely versatile, who also won seven awards at the event, featuring a HD Multi-touch 13.3-inch, processor Intel (undisclosed), may turn into a tablet, simply rotate the screen 360 degrees, automatically switching between interface and desktop Metro.
According to the site of Lenovo, the IdeaPad YOGA 13 will be available in the market from the second half of this year, and 8 and Windows operating system of choice by the firm in Beijing.
Michael Dell also said that Lenovo intends to be the pioneering brand to launch the first tablet with the Microsoft operating system, being already well advanced in developing the same, estimated in October that the company founded by Bill Gates, the present latest operating system interface with the Metro, then taking advantage of the tablet to launch ahead of its competitors, since rumor has it that HP, Asus and Nokia are also developing tablet with Windows 8.