During a Consumer Electronics preview event tonight, Lenovo showed an array of new products, including several running Google’s Android operating system — even a new Android-powered TV set.

One device that caught my attention was the new IdeaTab S2, the company’s latest entrant into the hybrid tablet/notebook market, running Android 4.0 (a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich). After jostling my way up to the company’s booth, I took the video above of the machine in action.

It’s slated for release around the second quarter in the U.S., for $399-$549, according to the Lenovo rep who gave the demo.

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