In pictures: Lenovo's ThinkPad Tablet 2

Lenovo's Windows 8-powered slate.

By on Aug 10, 2012
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Lenovo this week unveiled its first Windows 8-based product, the ThinkPad Tablet 2.

The 10in, 9.8mm slate will run on an Intel Atom x86 chip and will launch in October alongside the debut of Microsoft’s next-gen operating system.

The tablet will replace Lenovo’s Android-based ThinkPad tablet. Key specs include 2MP and 8MP cameras, micro-HDMI, as well as a 10 hour battery life and 1366 x 768 IPS display.
It will retain the stylus seen with its predecessor, and can be bundled with an optional keyboard, as well as a dock with three USB ports and an Ethernet jack.
"This is the tablet everyone is waiting for," Lenovo’s ThinkPad boss Dilip Bhatia said. Bhatia denied any competition between the tablet and Microsoft's own Surface products, emphasising the two are aimed at different markets.
Lenovo is yet to confirm pricing or local availability.

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