According to leaked internal memos, Lenovo is about to unveil the ThinkPad Tablet 2, targeted at mobile corporate professional, and slated for release on October 26.
The Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 will boast a dual-core Intel Clover Trail CPU with an integrated HD SGX545 graphics processor. The business tablet offers a 10.1-inch matte IPS display for all-round viewing angles with 1366 x 768 pixels of screen real estate. The display supports 10-finger multi-touch gestures, for the virtuoso pianists amongst the office crowd, and there’s digitizer pen support for jotting down mission-critical missives on the move.
Amongst the other internals are 2GB of DDR2 RAM and 64GB of flash storage space. Connectivity comes via WiFi-n and Bluetooth 4.0, which are standard for tablets nowadays, but for anywhere-online support an LTE/HSPA+ module is fitted. Keeping up the theme of full-featured-ness, the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 sports a docking connector for those times when only a physical keyboard will do, which is pretty much the entire working day, lunch-time surfing break excluded.
The 2MP front-facing webcam should ensure corporate standard web-calling, while the 8MP rear sensor can be used to capture snaps on your travels to far-flung corners of the globe in pursuit of untold riches. Oh and yes, launching on October 26, we’d be very surprised if the ThinkPad Tablet 2 was running anything other than Windows 8.
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