Lenovo demonstrates Windows 8 ThinkPad tablet

At Computex 2012 Lenovo had the chance to unveil a new Windows 8-powered tablet unofficially known as “ThinkPad” but the novelty has nothing in common with the Android-powered ThinkPad device.

The new device sports a 10.1-inch screen working at 1366 x 768 pixel resolution and there are two web cameras too – one 8 MP rear and one 2 MP front.

The tablet was developed with help by Microsoft and Intel and will offer “great battery life, responsive touch performance, and great multimedia features.”

Lenovo Windows 8 ThinkPad Tablet

There are no official specs at the moment but the tablet is expected to be able to function up to ten hours on a single charge and come with an Intel Clover Trail processor.

The tablet will be commercially available when Windows 8 hits the market and until then it won’t have a name, pricing or a specs sheet.

(picture courtesy of Engadget)


Source: VR-Zone

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