Lenovo launches ThinkPad Tablet 10 with quad-core Atom CPU
Lenovo today announced a successor to their ThinkPad Tablet 2, unveiling a 10.1" tablet that closely resembles the ThinkPad 8 that was launched earlier this year. Exactly like the leak we saw last month, the new ThinkPad Tablet is Lenovo's latest Windows 8.1 offering and should be available sometime next month.
Featuring a full-HD resolution of 1920x1200, the ThinkPad Tablet 10 is powered by an Intel Atom Z3795 Quad-Core SoC and up to 4GB of RAM. The tablet will also be available in two flavors, a 64GB 32-bit version and a 128GB 64-bit version. Other features also include a 2MP front-camera, an 8MP rear-camera, up to 10 hours of battery life and 3G/4G LTE options.
Lenovo is also emphasizing accessories with their newest tablet, including a $59 Quickshot cover that activates the camera when opened as well as a $119 dock that adds external display and mouse support. The tablet is also fashioned from aluminum and Gorilla Glass just like the ThinkPad 8 (reviewed here) and it will be launching this June starting at $599.
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