Gemini Lake-powered Lenovo Tablet 10 convertible hits the market for US$449
Back in January, Lenovo unveiled the Tablet 10 convertible at the CES 2018 trade show. A few months later — in April, to be accurate — the company revealed a few additional details. Unfortunately, this Gemini Lake-powered Windows convertible tablet did not get an official launch event and has just been silently added to Lenovo.com.
The only hardware configuration currently available includes the following key ingredients: a 10.1-inch multitouch anti-smudge IPS display with 1,920 x 1,200 pixels and pen input support, the quad-core Intel Celeron N4100 processor, 4 GB of memory, 64 GB of eMMC internal storage and microSD support, WiFi 802.11 ac, Bluetooth 4.1, USB 3.0 Type-C and USB 3.1 Type-A, HDMI, 3.5 mm audio jack, fingerprint reader, 2 MP and 5 MP cameras, as well as a 39 WHr battery.
This slate can run both Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro, the latter being the operating system recommended by Lenovo. The detachable keyboard and the ThinkPad Active Pen are both included in the US$449 retail package, but the buyers of the Lenovo Tablet 10 might want to grab the USB Soundbar (US$29.99).
Since the Tablet 10 mentioned above lacks NFC and 4G LTE connectivity, we should expect more variants to come out in the next few weeks. Do you think there is still a market for such convertibles without any other wireless connectivity options than WiFi and Bluetooth? Let us know in the comments.