Lenovo Declares ThinkPad Tablet 2 Supported By Windows 8 Operating SystemTablets — By Naveen Vaidhya on August 11, 2012 at 4:40 am
Officially Lenovo has declared the next generation ThinkPad Tablet 2 supported by Windows 8 operating system. The very new ThinkPad tablet 2 will offer 10.1 inch touchscreen display and has only less than 10mm thickness. The firm will launch 4G and 3G powered models where 4G will be accessible firstly in the United States of America through only AT&T network. This tablet is estimated to be available after Microsoft releases Windows 8 in October.
That means ideally it is made for enterprise level consumers, the latest ThinkPad Tablet 2 will offer few good deal of features. By default, the ThinkPad tablet 2 will have a 10.1 touchscreen display along with 1366×768 native resolution. This latest Lenovo touchscreen powers multi-touch interactions and also will serve optional digitizer, fingerprint reader, stylus pen for exactness, and dockage keyboard.
Frame of the tablet is below 9.8mm, it will house an Intel Atom family mobile processor. This tablet will work on Windows 8 Operating system with complete office Suit support. It will offer camera at back to capture images or record videos and camera on the front side to do video chat. Lenovo has also included a complete USB 2.0 port for securing your constant set of USB accessories to it and HDMI output for linking the tablet to an HD display. Lenovo will serve Wi-Fi only model everywhere majorly and then take 3G also 4G-network supporting models in chosen countries. Yet, there is no work about the pricing of the ThinkPad Tablet 2.