Lenovo has now made available for purchase he ThinkPad X220 Tablet (convertible tablet to be exact), is based on Intel’s Huron River platform and with Honeycomb, IPS screen, optional stylus and keyboard folio.This new have optional pen input as well as a portfolio case with a built-in keyboard, allowing you to use the tablet like a laptop and will have a capacitive touch panel, but there will also be an active digitizer for pen input………..
Lenovo is going to release its new Android 3.0 tablet in coming July according to the presumably leaked reports. The new Lenovo tablet powered by Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) is called as ThinkPad Tablet, which will compete with offerings from Cisco and the Research in Motion Playbook.According to the sources, which have got the information from the leaked PowerPoint presentation reveals that the ThinkPad tablet will deliver seamless integration with corporate environments, which would load up Cisco remote security tools, Computrace to find stolen tablets, as well as local security tools from McAfee and Symantec.The new ThinkPad Tablet weights 1.6 pounds, 0.55 inches thick and is equipped with 10-inch touch screen display with 1280×800 resolution, running Android 3.0(Honeycomb), with NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, up to 16GB/32GB/64GB storage capacities, SD card slot, front and rear cameras, USB 2.0, mini-HDMI out , SD card reader with 3G & 4G options.
More importantly, the new ThinkPad Tablet is armed with optional hand-drawn notes; keyboard dock like ASUS Eee Pad Transformer with a trackpad to match and the most outstaying feature is about the battery life, where in the Tablet battery life is listed in the internal PowerPoint slide deck as up to 8 hours packed about 14mm thick.Finally, the new Tablet from Lenovo; ThinkPad Tablet is expected to hit the market in July 2011 at a starting price tag of $499. However, the price varies and go up from there, presumably, based on features like innards, stylus and keyboard dock. However, the exact information about the ThinkPad Tablet release date, price tags and specs have been still not yet been confirmed by Lenovo and is apparently pushing business-friendly features. The keyboard case and pen input, the tablet will offer remote desktop software and cloud collaboration software for accessing apps and documents on the go.The tablet looks a lot like any consumer oriented tablet, complete WiFi and 3D connectivity and HDMI output.
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What’s more, it will reportedly have an optional dual-digitizer with “true pen support” and an optional keyboard case, possibly aping ASUS’s recent Slate and Transformer tablet input mechanisms by allowing for both simultaneously. There’s also apparently plenty of software support for the business-minded, including IT integration as well as anti-theft and remote wipe options, and all this will apparently start at the competitive price of $499 — assuming these documents are legitimate and still valid. You see, they look a little preliminary for a slate supposedly sampling in just a couple of months, and there are contradictions here and there, such as the mention of a 1080p display in one slide, and some watermarks from 2009 in others. Still, Lenovo, if you’re indeed producing a tablet today, we’re liking its proposed specs don’t suppose we can get a Tegra T25 chip while you’re at it?