Lenovo improves upon a solid formula with the Thinkpad 10

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Lenovo has announced the Thinkpad 10, which improves upon the sore points of the Thinkpad Tablet 2. The Thinkpad Tablet 2 was already impressive, but Lenovo has decided to take it a step further and fix the shortcomings of the Thinkpad Tablet 2.

It is a hybrid, meaning it can fulfill the functions of both a Tablet and a Laptop (Though it does not mean it fulfills them perfectly).

The first major improvement comes with the screen,which is now a 10 inch Full HD (1920*1200 pixel) beauty. This is a massive improvement over the10 inch  HD (1366*768 pixels) screen of the Thinkpad Tablet 2.

The processor too has been upgraded to a Quad-Core Intel Baytrail processor. The Maximum RAM Threshold is now 4GB, up from the 2GB of the previous version.

Like before, it has a 8MP camera on the back and a 2MP camera on the front.

It has upto 128GB of SSD storage, which can be expanded further by MicroSD card. It also includes a Digitizer Pen, though there isn’t a space anymore in the chassis for storing it (Some accessories do include a space for storing the Pen, however). You have the option of  having an always on internet connection (3G/4G).

It runs the Pro Version of Windows 8.

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Lenovo is offering several accessories for the Thinkpad 10 and some of them really standout. There is the Ultrabook Keyboard case, which can turn your Thinkpad 10 into a full fledged laptop (Albeit a cramped one at that). It offers a Chiclet style keyboard.It now connects physically too, as opposed to the Bluetooth connection of the previous model.

There are other accessories too, such as the Touch Keyboard, which offers a Surface-style keyboard. Should you feel like using your Tablet’s camera a lot (Seriously?), there is also a Quickshot case, which starts the camera app as soon as you open the flap over the Camera. Neat, right?

There is also a dock station for expanding your Thinkpad’s port arsenal with three more USB 3.0 ports and a HDMI port along with an Ethernet one for good measure. It costs $119, The Ultrabook Keyboard case, the Touch Keyboard and the Quickshot case cost $129, $119 and $59 respectively.

The Lenovo Tablet 10 itself will start at a hefty $599, which would become $728 if you buy the Ultrabook Keyboard Case (Which you should buy, since without it, it will just be another tablet).

 

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