Lenovo’s latest tablet is for enterprise buyers who think bigger is better.
Lenovo targeted enterprise buyers with the midsized ThinkPad Tablet 8 earlier this year and will release a larger version, the ThinkPad Tablet 10, in June. This new Lenovo 10-inch tablet will serve as the successor to the ThinkPad Tablet 2.
The ThinkPad Tablet 10 will have an Intel Atom “Bay Trail” quad-core processor. Lenovo will offer two models: one with 64GB of storage and the 32-bit version of Windows 8.1, and one with 128GB of storage and the 64-bit version of Windows 8.1. There will be either 2GB or 4GB of RAM, depending on the configuration.
The 10.1-inch IPS screen on the ThinkPad Tablet 10 will have a resolution of 1920×1080, and it will include an active Wacom digitizer with pen. The device will also feature a micro-HDMI port for video out, as well as a full-size USB 2.0 connector and a microSD memory card slot.
Lenovo plans to price the ThinkPad Tablet 10 starting at $600.
Users will be able to turn the tablet into either a desktop (with Lenovo’s $119 ThinkPad 10 Tablet Dock) or a small laptop (with the $129 Ultrabook Keyboard). A simpler add-on keyboard called the Touch Case will go for $119, and a Quickshot Cover will be $59.