Lenovo's ThinkPad 10 will come with optional LTE support

At this year’s CES, Lenovo rolled out its ThinkPad 8 tablet running Windows 8.1. The device offers up an 8.3”, 1920x1200 display along with a quad-core Intel Atom Z3770 (1.46GHz) processor and up to 128GB of internal storage.
Now we’ve gotten word that Lenovo plans to make available a slightly larger version of its business-oriented tablet. The new ThinkPad 10 made an early appearance on Lenovo’s Australian website (however, it was quickly taken down) and packs in hardware specs that are similar to its smaller brother.

The ThinkPad 10 will come equipped with a 1920x1200 display and will also be configurable with up to 128GB of storage. However, the processor will clock in slightly faster at 1.6GHz thanks to its Intel Atom Z3795 quad-core processor.
The larger body will allow the ThinkPad 10 to offer optional LTE connectivity and pen input according to Engadget. The ThinkPad 10 will also offer a number of optional hardware accessories including a keyboard dock and a keyboard case.
Seeing as how Lenovo hasn’t made an official announcement for the ThinkPad 10, we don’t have any pricing information to divulge at this time. However, do expect to pay a premium over the $399 price of entry for the ThinkPad 8.

Sources: Engadget, Lenovo

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