As Windows 8 release date is looming around the horizon, Lenovo has unveiled a new tablet that’ll be leading the upcoming operating system parade. Dubbed Lenovo ThinkPad 2 tablet, the device packs a 10.1-inch (1366 × 768) IPS HD display.
Being just 9.8mm-thin, the new ThinkPad2 tablet will feature a stylus, an optional dock, and an optional ThinkPad-style keyboard complete with Track-Point nub. Coupled by 2GB of RAM, the slate has a 64GB solid state drive, a 10-hour battery, optional 3G/ 4G, micro-HDMI output.
Weighing around 589 grams, the tablet also features 8MP rear snapper along with 2MP front-facing shooter. Other features include NFC, a fingerprint reader, and an Ethernet jack.
The ThinkPad2 will be sporting a yet-to-be confirmed 32nm Atom processors (codenamed Clover Trail) optimized for use in tablets, as well as Windows 8 Pro as OS.
It is expected to be available “when Windows 8 launches in October,” but there is so-far no information regarding the official price.
So in the meantime, we leave you with this hands-on video courtesy of Engadget while we wait for additional info on this monster.
Source – Lenovo