Lenovo ThinkPad 10 tablet accidentally leaked in the Land Down Under
Lenovo already has the ThinkPad 8 available for consumers to enjoy, but the company has inadvertently leaked a 10-inch version from the same family on its Australia store. This has occurred prior to any official announcement, showing a fully populated product page with all the bells and whistles one would expect from a live product. What's not surprising is the 10-inch tablet shares much in common with its smaller sibling.
The product will contain a 1.6GHz quad-core Intel Atom processor, 4GB of RAM, 1920 x 1200 display and up to 128GB of internal storage. According to the product page, which has since been pulled from existence, the ThinkPad 10 will also have an 8MP shooter with a 2MP front-facing camera for Skype calls and those times when you're taking humorous photos. There are options promised that will include a pen for input and LTE connectivity.
A basic dock, keyboard dock and a keyboard case will also be available as optional extras, further expanding the functionality of the tablet. Lenovo didn't provide any release details or pricing, unfortunately. We can't imagine it being long before we see this tablet listed once again with an official announcement. You can expect to see the ThinkPad 10 to be priced at a higher premium point than its 8-inch counterpart.
Stay tuned for more details as they surface. Are you interested?
Source: Lenovo (opens in new tab) (now pulled), via: Engadget
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