Last month Lenovo president and COO Rory Read revealed that the Chinese company would be launching a duo of Android tablets with the the Honeycomb packing devices aimed at both the consumer market with the IdeaPad K1, and the business market with a ThinkPad labelled device.

Well, these two devices both just got official release details, along with a third - the Windows 7 based IdeaPad P1.

Starting with the device that will hit shops first (in the US, at least) the IdeaPad K1 is a western revamp of Lenovo's LePad that has been on sale in China since January.

It's a Nvidia Tegra 2 powered 10.1-inch tab that has a 1280x800 resolution, runs Android 3.1 and is Netflix certified. It's a bit beefier than the Galaxy Tab 10.1 at 740g but it does offer a number of high profile apps loaded up thanks to partnerships with the likes of EA and Adobe.

The ThinkPad Tablet boasts similar specs to the K1, but is designed with businessy-types in mind as it offers anti-theft software, scratch resistant Gorilla glass and offers an optional stylus and an N-Trig active digitiser  for taking precise notes.

Lastly, and least excitingly is the IdeaPad P1 - a Windows 7 machine that packs a 1.5GHz Intel processor, a multitouch touchscreen display and optional stylus pen "for added flexibility".

The IdeaPad K1 is out now, in the States, priced at $449 (16GB version), the ThinkPad Tablet is landing next month (16GB) for $499 and the IdeaPad P1 sometime in Q4, price TBC. No UK deets as of yet.