We covered the Lenovo announcement for its ThinkPad 8 Windows tablet yesterday, but we also managed to get some hands-on time with the product itself. Before CES 2014 even kicks off we're prepping ourselves for all the cool gear that's on show. Head past the break for a quick look at the ThinkPad 8 from Lenovo.
To serve as a quick reminder, we're looking at a 8.3-inch display with an impressive resolution of 1920x1200. Powered by Windows 8.1 Pro, you've also got a Intel Atom quad-core processor inside. Other specs include internal storage up to 128GB, a microUSB 3.0 port, LTE connectivity and more. Keyboard and docking options will be available separately.
The Lenovo ThinkPad 8 goes on sale in late-January and will be available starting at $399 in configure-to-order models or $429 at retailer. Remember to stay tuned to our feeds as we'll have more coverage from CES 2014 through the week.
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