Lenovo ThinkPad 2 Tablet Comes With Stylus And Keyboard
Lenovo’s newest Windows 8-based tablet, the Thinkpad 2 Tablet, was recently spotted during the PepCom event.
The device is packed with a 10.1-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. It is believed to run on Intel’s Clover Trail at 1.8 GHz and have Windows 8 Pro Operating System onboard. On a single charging session, the slate can work for around 10 hours. On its front, the device has a 2-megapixel camera for video chat whereas on its rear, a high-resolution 8-megapixel camera is provided.
The ThinkPad 2 supports LTE connectivity through AT&T’s LTE network. It comes with three USB ports, an Ethernet port, and HDMI output. It also supports Near Field Communication. Other notable additions on the tablet are a fingerprint reader plus a stylus. Lenovo is even throwing in a full physical keyboard and Microsoft Office 2013 as part of the package.
The device first made its public appearance during Computex earlier this year and was later spotted on documents on the Federal Communications Commission website.
It may be recalled that the predecessor for this tablet is the ThinkPad Tablet, which is based on Android, and not on Windows.
As of the moment, Lenovo has not revealed its price. Meanwhile, for its availability, it will hit the market this coming October, when Windows will also officially release Windows 8.