The product announcements are coming thick and fast at Lenovo Tech World in Beijing. We just got shown a new business tablet running on Windows 10; the ThinkPad 10. Here’s a look at the specs.
Lenovo’s latest tablet is being aimed at mobile professionals right up to the enterprise level. It comes with dTPM encryption and a bevy of optional accessories that transform it into a full-fledged workstation.
These include two types of keyboard, a tablet dock, a protective case and strap, privacy and anti-glare films, a Kensington lock, Micro HDMI to VGA adapter and the ThinkPad Pen Pro stylus. The latter works in conjunction with Lenovo’s WRITEit software which purports to improve the accuracy of handwriting. This handwriting can then be automatically converted into text.
Noteworthy features include an Intel Atom quad core processor, a 10-inch WUXGA 1920×1200 IPS touch display, a fingerprint reader, up to 10 hours of battery life, a 5-megapixel camera and 4G LTE support. You can check out the rest of the chief specifications in the table below (click to enlarge):
The ThinkPad 10 will be available in Australia from August 2015. Local pricing has yet to be announced but expect to pay north of $549, which is what it will cost in the US. The aforementioned accessories, meanwhile, will range in price from $US10 to $US119.
Gizmodo attended Tech World in Beijing as a guest of Lenovo.