I wonder what was their rationale to make the P1 an IdeaPad, rather than a ThinkPad. When I hear "ThinkPad", I think of "work", and to me, that means Windows. If anything, the IdeaPad should have been the Android one. Here's the info on the IdeaPad P1: http://stadium.weblogsinc.com/engadget/files/IdeaPad_Tablet_P1_Datasheet.pdf Edit: I just saw that the P1 is very thin, which means that it's somewhat fragile. Therefore, it could never be released as a "ThinkPad".