Yeah, we know it's rude to be talking about anything at all besides the new iPad today, but as the year progresses we're likely to be hearing more and more about Microsoft's great tablet hope – Windows 8.
And it looks like there'll be no shortage of OEM takers either, from Microsoft's traditional buddies in the PC trade to more recent romances like its affair with mobile stalwart Nokia.
The latest name to be linked to Windows 8 is Lenovo, which has laid its cards on the table and declared it'll be the first to market with a Windows 8 slab.
That's what The Verge is reporting after a hasty chat in a dark alley with an unnamed source, who also insists that October is when Microsoft's next-gen platform will launch.
Aside from an Intel processor there's nothing much else to report on the device itself, although The Verge reckons Lenovo's 13.3in IdeaPad Yoga, which was spotted at CES this year, may be a sign of what to expect.
We'll have to wait and see, but with Dell having promised to launch a tablet of its own on Windows 8 launch day, we're curious to know just how Lenovo is going to manage getting there first.