Lenovo is soon coming up with its grand new fiesta, Lenovo ThinkPad 10 Windows Tablet. ThinkPad 10 is undoubtedly a new venture in the industry, and probably the company is trying hard to make it a hit pack.
The company’s Australian branch has now list ThinkPad 8 as the upcoming core in the official announcement. The complete product page is yet to be uploaded as one cannot find the Windows slate shares as common siblings. But as far as the rumors is concerned, the customers will definitely find it faster with 1.6 GHz quad-core Atom processor , 3GB of RAM, 1.920 x 1,200 display screen, 12 GB storage and 8 megapixel rear camera and 2-megapixel front shooter.
The features are really surprising but techies are busy in drawing the comparison with the other models of tablets available or are announced for launch soon. But surely, the product is going to win in leaps and bounds. However, one of the biggest advantages of Lenovo 10-inch gadget over its 8-inch brother is it is circumlocutory to its optional gear. As with the earlier versions of the tablet there is a promising version of LTE data and pen input. With this gadget the customers will also have choices for a basic dock, keyboard dock and a keyboard case of one need to work it as workstation.
Although Lenovo has not come up with any concrete press release but launch is just around the corner. The marketing rumor says that price may somewhere range between $899-$999. So, this extra bonanza is not going to be cheap. Lenovo sells ThinkPad 8 for $549.00 in its online store.
UPDATE: United State’s Lenovoquickpick.com also listed the teaser page but the company has removed the teaser page of the ThinkPad 10 tablet for unknown reason – both from US website and Australian store, which redirects to its tablets catalog.
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