Lenovo Announces the Thinkpad 10 Tablet

Lenovo Announces the Thinkpad 10 Tablet

lenovo thinkpad10 Lenovo Announces the Thinkpad 10 TabletLenovo has announced the latest addition to the company’s business product portfolio – the Lenovo Thinkpad 10 multimode business tablet.


“Customers want a versatile device that adapts to their way of life and offers uncompromised productivity whether in the office or on the move,” said Luis Hernandez, vice president and general manager, ThinkPad, Lenovo. “Our new ThinkPad 10 tablet marries business optimized features with a unique multimode design to offer an exceptional computing experience that allows users to work, play and create in virtually any environment. ThinkPad 10 is engineered for quality you can touch and measure and is designed to adapt to be what you need, when you need it.”

The Lenovo ThinkPad 10 features a full aluminum body and a Gorilla glass protected 10-inch full HD IPS display at a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. It also features n 8-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera. On the inside, the ThinkPad 10 features an Intel Atom “Bay Trail” quad-core processor, up to 4GB of RAM, up to 128GB of storage (expandable via microSD), and up to ten hours of battery life. Connectivity options for the ThinkPad 10 include support for Wi-Fi and 3G/4G LTE. Consumers may also opt for a ThinkPad 10 with a digitizer pen included. The ThinkPad 10 will run on Microsoft’s latest Windows 8.1 Pro.

Lenovo is also releasing a slew of accessories for the ThinkPad 10 including a docking station that will turn the new tablet into a small all-in-one PC, a case with a Bluetooth touch keyboard similar to Microsoft’s Touch Case, a ThinkPad 10 Ultrabook keyboard with chicklet style keys, and a 10-inch version of Lenovo’s Quickshot cover which allows users to quickly take pictures even with the case on.

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The Lenovo ThinkPad 10 will be available sometime in June at selected retailers. Prices for the new multimode business tablet start at $599. As for the accessories, the docking station will cost $119, the touch keyboard case will be sold $119, the Thinkpad 10 Ultrabook keyboard is priced at $129, and the Quickshot cover will have an SRP of $69.


  • Lizzie Saito

    Thanks for sharing, Amanda. I kinda like the ThinkPad products most especially the laptop as it never fails me. The brand is very much known for it’s business use, so I am thinking the ThinkPad 8 may not be at the level for “business use” compared to other business tablets. We use SensyTouch (www.sensytouch.com) at work and it’s working awesome! It’s flexible, was customized for us (software and device), multi-user and multi-touch display functionality, and all type of service and technical support we need were provided. I am just sharing, thank you!