After some new Windows 8 Tablets from Acer(the Iconia W700 and Iconia W510), ASUS(Tablet 600 and the Tablet 810) and Samsung(Series 5 Hybrid PC), Lenovo has pulled the curtains back on a new Windows 8 ThinkPad tablet.
The Lenovo company demoes its upcoming but as yet unnamed Windows 8 tablet at the Computex computer show in Taiwan. Demoed at Computex today for Engadget, the new ThinkPad tablet sports a 10.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1366×768 pixels. Two Webcams are on board: an 8-megapixel version on the back and a 2-megapixel version on the front. A micro-HDMI port, SD card slot, and docking connector are part of the package as well.
So when the company trots out one running Win8, it doesn’t just feel like a mandatory upgrade from one OS to another; it feels like Lenovo entering a new category. Obviously, the Windows 8 tablet won’t go on sale until Windows 8 itself launches, which is expected to occur around October.
Below are some reviews about Lenovo’s Windows 8 ThnikPad Tablet:
Pretty excited! Love my ThinkPad laptop and can’t wait for a tablet! – Says crbjhn.
okay, its windows time now, where’s apple? where’s android? -Says Ralph Villaver Cuevo
I really don’t think that’s a 1366×768 screen. Every other 1366×768 Windows 8 tablet has only 3 rows of tiles on the start screen. This has to be using a higher resolution. – Says chefgon
They should do something like Asus transformer, but in thinkpad quality, 10 inch screen, good keyboard with trackpoint. – Says Michal Maly
Please, Lenovo, don’t forget a usable pressure sensitive stylus.
I will jump off the Android bandwagon to this platform if you include a decent pressure sensitive stylus for sketching and note-taking. -Says Uberhund
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