This 10.1-inch tab has power to burn, so why was Lenovo so keen to keep it hidden at the back of a display during the introductory CES 2012 press event?
Turns out the K2 is still very much in the prototype stage and it's not yet confirmed to be launching outside China, where it'll be known as the LePad K2010.
However, the fact Lenovo representatives were happy to use the K2 moniker says a great deal and we'd expect to see it hit the US and Europe some point much later in 2012.
We put the IdeaTab K2 in front of the camera for a few minutes, so check out our finding in moving pictures:
Like its confirmed brother, the IdeaTab S2, the K2 runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich while there's a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 chip helping it along.
Hands on: ideatab k2 review