Digitimes is reporting that Lenovo plans on selling 1.5 to 2 million Android tablets this year. Lenovo has three current Android tablet offerings, the Idea Pad K1, the Idea Pad A1 and their ThinkPad. The ThinkPad is a little more business savvy and includes features like a 3 in 1 card reader and full sized usb port. The Idea Pad K1 is more along the lines of the standard Honeycomb tablet, although there is something about it that makes it a little sexier than the other Honeycomb offerings.
The Idea Pad A1 is very similar to the original 7″ Samsung Galaxy Tab and runs a version of Android in the case of the IdeaPad though it is Android 2.3, Gingerbread. Lenovo is hoping by keeping the price of their 7 inch tablet very competitive they will be able to hit their aggressive sales goals.
According to Digitimes, Lenovo hopes to sell 400,000 to 500,000 Think Pad series tablets. They are also hoping to sell 1 to 1.5 million of their IdeaPad series tablets as well.
Digitimes has suggested that component partners don’t necessarily agree with Lenovo’s ambitious sales goals.