Nvidia will supply the ARM-based chips, and the partnership will be the first in the mobile space for the two companies.
Lenovo will be the third company to use a Tegra processor for their RT tablet, following Asus and Microsoft itself.
The Chinese-based company has been looking to make significant inroads in the mobile market, as it already is the second largest PC maker, by volume, in the world. Earlier in the year, the company showed off its Windows 8 tablet, the IdeaPad Yoga, which runs on an Intel processor.
Added a Lenovo spokesperson: "We're making really good progress in making our way into the fastest-growing segment of the computer industry [tablets]."
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 11 Aug 2012 20:10