More details have emerged about Lenovo’s upcoming 10 inch, business-friendly Windows tablet with an Intel Atom Z3795 Bay Trail processor. The Lenovo ThinkPad 10 is epxected to be one of the most powerful and versatile Atom-powered tablets to date. It’ll also be one of the more expensive models, with prices as high as $1200 for a top-of-the-line system.
But according to a tipster at the Tablet PC Review forum, an entry-level system will be a bit more affordable.
The entry-level configuration includes 2GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, a 1920 x 1200 pixel IPS display, a 33Whr battery, 8MP rear camera, 2MP front camera, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a microSD card slot. It’ll sell for about $725 in Europe and could be a bit cheaper in the United States.
Higher-priced models come with options including:
- Cellular options
- Digital pen and active digitizer
- Ultrabook keyboard
- 4GB of RAM
- 128GB of storage
The tablet also appears to have passed through the FCC in March, which gives us a few additional images of the tablet, as well as the news that the Thinkpad 10 is manufactured by OEM Compal.
Tipsters also suggest that the tablet will have a micro HDMI port and that users will be able to dock the optional digital pen to the case when it’s not in use — but there’s no slot for the pen in the tablet itself. The ThinkPad 10 is also said to use a proprietary Lenovo charging port instead of a microUSB port for power.
It’s likely that Lenovo will officially introduce the ThinkPad 10 in mid-May.