Chinese computer-maker Lenovo Group (0992.HK) on Wednesday unveiled three new tablet devices it will sell globally, moving into a market dominated by Apple’s (AAPL.NASDAQ) iPad, the Wall Street Journal reported. The tablets run on either Microsoft Corp’s (MSFT.NASDAQ) Windows 7 software or Google’s (GOOG.NASDAQ) Android operating system, and their starting prices will be similar to the iPad. Companies like Samsung Electronics (005930.SEO) and BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIMM.NASDAQ) have also released tablets, but the market is still dominated by Apple’s product. In its third-quarter earnings announcement on Tuesday, Apple said that it had sold 9.3 million iPads in the quarter, up from 3.3 million a year earlier. The new Lenovo tablets are the IdeaPad Tablet K1 for consumers, the ThinkPad Tablet for business users and the IdeaPad Tablet P1 for home and office use.