Chinese computer manufacturer Lenovo had earlier launched its ThinkPad 8 in January this year. It was its first Windows 8 powered tablet of the year and now, the company has unveiled its ThinkPad 10 sporting a 10” display on the device. The Lenovo ThinkPad comes with a 1920×1200 pixel resolution, a quad-core Atom processor and a 64-128 GB of in-built storage with an additional microSD card slot provision.
Lenovo has ensured that is offers all the essential protection coverage to its device and thus hosts an aluminum body with a toughened Gorilla Glass protection. Not only this, Lenovo ThinkPad 10 also offers an 8MP rear camera along with a 2MP front-facing one. Additional features include fingerprint and Smart Card readers, 4G connectivity and Trusted Platform Module.it also includes an optional pen support along with various other accessories.
It accessories include a keyboard case with Chiclet keys and a thinner touch keyboard case as found with the Microsoft Surface. Both these accessories cost $129 and $119 respectively. Moreover, this summer, the company will introduce a ruggedized case with an adjustable hand strap for $69 and a Quickshot case which will automatically launch the camera and take a photo and comes for $50. This Quickshot cases will carry a holster for the above mentioned optional pen costing $50.
A $119 dock with USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI port and a Ethernet jack is also available. The Lenovo ThinkPad will be made available in June for a price for $499 a bit above its 8” sibling.