It’s not reasonably priced.
It starts a $599 as of this writing, and that’s without any accessories. For road warriors not interested in pen that are just looking for a well-built Window 8 machine, a superior Microsoft Surface 2 with a Type Cover 2 can be had for $580. That it runs Windows RT might make it a no-go for some IT departments, but Windows RT won’t hinder most business travelers looking to be productive on the road. It even ships with basic Office apps.
Those that need a Wacom tablet on the cheap should look to the Asus VivoTab Note 8. It’s smaller than the ThinkPad 10 and doesn’t have full-sized ports, but it has a Wacom display and pen, ships with Office Home and Student, and costs as little as $300 as of this writing.
ThinkPad and active pen devotees still intent on buying the ThinkPad10 should wait a bit for a price drop or deal. Lenovo routinely discounts its devices shortly after launch, and a ThinkPad 10 in the $400 range seems like a good deal.