New Windows 8 Tablet competitor – The Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet

  • one to lock the screen orientation
  • a browser launcher
  • a backward navigation key
  • a home button.
  • There are a bunch of ports on this device below the buttons. There are the following slots
    • an SD reader slot
    • a 3G SIM card slot
    • a docking connector
    • a micro-USB port
    • a mini-HDMI socket (1080p capable)
    • and a headphone jack.
    This tablet has a pen option as well – it uses N-Trig’s DuoSense digitizer to allow for both pen and touch input. The pen is sold separately for of $30. There’s a $569 32GB model, though you can also opt for a 16GB version ($499) or a 64GB number ($699). Lenovo’s also selling a $60 dock with USB 2.0, micro-USB, HDMI, headphone and line-out ports, along with that $30 pen. My take is that this is interesting but too expensive and bulky to compete with either the Ipad or the Kindle Fire. I have to wonder if I can buy one, wipe it clean and put Windows 8 on it? Here are some more detailed photos of the Thinkpad Tablet. [gallery link="file" columns="4"] Some videos:   If you’d like to read a detailed review of the Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet, you can check it out here. What do you think of the Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet? Do you think it’s a threat to the Windows 8 tablet?]]>

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