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Many tablet manufacturers expect October 26, 2012 to be a day to improve their business and increase their profits – for the introduction of Windows 8 for general availability that day. Among them, Lenovo, which announced its first Windows 8 commercial tablet.
ThinkPad Tablet 2, Lenovo may have succeeded in building a device that is competitive with many other contemporaries. The ThinkPad 2 tablet initially comes with a large 10.1-inch display coupled with an Intel Atom processor (no wonder Lenovo calls this a joint effort by Intel and Microsoft). Its dimensions of 1366 x 768 pixels provide fluid tactile movements and give more value to the eyes.
Weighing 590 grams, the ThinkPad 2 tablet has an impressive 10-hour battery life and HDMI microphone slot. It measures only 9.8 mm on the thickness scale and, thanks to its two cameras (8 MP at the rear, 2 MP at the front), it also makes it possible to take impressive photos and video chat.
The standard model only supports Wi-Fi, but there is the possibility of different carrier versions, with optional 3G and 4G versions. An NFC radio, fingerprint reader and optional scanner (pen) with appropriate hardware integration are essential features of Lenovo’s first Windows 8 tablet.
The design is bold and robust enough to make the ThinkPad 2 one of the leading Windows 8 tablets on the market. Lenovo has a reputation for class-leading design (ultra-books), performance-oriented hardware specifications and affordable pricing. However, he decided to be a mother, how much will this beauty cost.
The specifications show the arrival of a strong competitor for the Surface Tablet, Microsoft’s own tablet device that sent strong waves into the community as the main Windows 8 tablet device.
And with many other manufacturers preparing for a Windows 8 tablet, it seems difficult for consumers to choose the best.