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Lenovo's new tablet will ship in June

Lenovo accidentally leaked its new ThinkPad 10 tablet late last month on its Australian website, and quickly removed the product page once it realized its error. Today, however, the company is ready to officially announce its latest tablet offering.
 
As we previously reported, the 1.31-pound ThinkPad 10 comes with a 1920x1200 IPS display, quad-core Intel Atom Processor Z3795 (Bay Trail) processor, and can be paired with up to 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. LTE connectivity is optional, and Lenovo promises up to 10 hours of battery life.

 
The Windows 8.1 tablet will also have a few optional accessories:
  • ThinkPad Tablet Dock ($119): includes three USB 3.0 ports, and HDMI port, and a Ethernet connectivity
  • ThinkPad 10 Ultrabook full sized keyboard ($129): includes ThinkPad “chiclet” keys, multi-touch trackpad, and a slot for the digitizer pen
  • Quickshot Cover ($59): a lightweight cover that provides quick access to the rear camera
“Our new ThinkPad 10 tablet marries business optimized features with a unique multimode design to offer an exceptional computing experience that allows users to work, play and create in virtually any environment,” said said Luis Hernandez, vice president and general manager for Lenovo’s ThinkPad group. ThinkPad 10 is engineered for quality you can touch and measure and is designed to adapt to be what you need, when you need it.”
 
The ThinkPad 10 has a starting price of $599 and will be available in June.

Source: Lenovo





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