Lenovo is releasing two new Android-based tablets today both which feature Netflix pre-installed.
With the tablet market heating up, the move is a good one for Netflix, who recently faced public scrutiny for raising their prices. By cementing their brand directly to the hardware before its release, Netflix comes across less like an unnecessary middle man.
The IdeaPad K1 is half-inch thick, with a 10.1-inch screen. More specs include dual-core Tegra 2 guts, Honeycomb 3.1, 1280X800 resolution, 2 MP front and 5 MP back cameras, as well as an SD Card slot.
Meanwhile, the other new Netflix Android tablet, The ThinkPad, keeps to its IBM heritage with its clear lack of sexiness. Favoring function, it features added security features.
Lenovo is also preparing to release their IdeaPad P1 by the end of the year. Though it features the same innards as the two aforementioned tablets, but it runs Windows 7 instead of Android.