Date:12th Oct 2011
Lenovo's IdeaPad uses Atmel's touch interface
Atmel Corporation has announced Lenovo has selected the
Atmel maXTouch mXT1386 controller to power it's IdeaPad
TabletK1, which runs on Android's 3.1 version operating
system, a dual-core 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor and 1GB
of memory, and has a 10.1-inch, 1280-by-800-pixel display
with a black border around it.
"We are excited to work with Atmel on our latest innovative
product-the IdeaPad TabletK1," said David Zheng, director
of system development, Lenovo MIDH. "We selected Atmel
because their proven maXTouch technology is one of the most
popular choices among manufacturers today. We are thrilled
to be able to bring a robust touch tablet with all the right
features and elements to the market using maXTouch technology."
"Atmel maXTouch technology is powering a growing number
of touchscreens in a variety of consumer devices,"
said Binay Bajaj, director of touch marketing, Atmel Corporation.
"We're excited to bring this same performance, flexibility
and innovation to the IdeaPad TabletK1 to provide users
with an unbeatable touch performance."
For more information visit http://www.atmel.com/maxtouch.