Lenovo is no stranger to the tablet space. The company offers a number of convertible tablet-style notebooks as part of its ThinkPad X series, and Lenovo also offers a handful of Android slates under the IdeaPad, IdeaTab, and ThinkPad names.
Now Lenovo is getting ready to launch its first 10 inch ThinkPad slate running Windows 8.
The company is showing off the unnamed ThinkPad tablet at Computex this week. Engadget reports it has a low power Intel Atom Clover Trail processor, a 10.1 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display, a 2MP front-facing camera, and an 8MP rear camera.
The tablet is expected to get up to 10 hours of battery life, which might help make up for the fact that it’s got a low power Intel processor instead of a higher-performance Ivy Bridge CPU.
Engadget noticed a docking connector which suggests that we could see a keyboard dock or other accessories in the future. The prototype also has a micro HDMI port and SD card slot.