Spy shots indicate so.
Surprising as it may seem, Lenovo is apparently working on a rival to Sony’s Vaio P-Series it’s-not-a-netbook. So images snapped by Engadget in China – by a photographer who’s apparently never heard of image stabilisation – would suggest, anyway.
Apparently snapped inside Lenovo’s Beijing office, the device bears a distinctive Lenovo logo and appears to be clad in leather. The form factor, with a notably wide screen and no touchpad, leads to inevitable comparisons between this and Sony’s Vaio P aside.
Whether the device is a prototype, a pre-production mock-up or even a product not far from retail is unclear. Certainly, there’s been no official word from Lenovo that such a portable device was in the works.
Care to share your hypotheses?