Intel has a prototype Lenovo tablet on display in its CES 2012 booth running atop the company's all-new Medfield processor. The IdeaTab K2110 is the second device we've spotted running the lower-powered, Atom-based processor for mobile devices — the first being the reference design phone we spotted earlier today. Though the rep pointed out that it's beta hardware, the 10.1-inch slate is just 8.9-mm thick and runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It has front- and rear-facing cameras, a SIM slot, and the usual array of ports including microUSB, micro-HDMI, microSD. There isn't much other information to go off, but we also spotted an NFC logo on its interestingly-designed back.