Lenovo ThinkPad2 Sale
We thought Lenovo will be leading the Redmond’s latest OS—Windows 8—parade, when it did unveil their 10.1-incher, ThinkPad2, way back in August. We, of course, haven’t heard much about this Windows 8-running beast; though Lenovo dropped a hint about pricing in late October.
Those of you who have been longing: the Lenovo’s 9.8mm-thin slate now can be grabbed for the promised $650 starting price offers a 64GB WiFi version, while spending $30 more adds a pen input and digitizer in tow. For those willing for a Windows 8 Pro version would be charged $730. The Chinese giant promises a delivery date of January 7th.
Along with a resolution of 1366×768-pixel, the NFC-equipped Lenovo ThinkPad2 packs 2GB of RAM, 10-hour of battery-life, and optional 3G/ 4G, micro-HDMI outputs. There’s also an 8MP shooter (2MP front-facer).