Lenovo’s latest Windows tablet features a 10 inch display, an Intel Celeron N-series processors, an active pen, and a detachable keyboard.

It’s called the Lenovo Tablet 10, and while Lenovo hasn’t announced the price yet, the processor choice suggests that this is a tablet that will focus on energy efficiency rather than bleeding edge performance.

The new tablet is being announced alongside Lenovo’s new ThinkPad line of business laptops though, so don’t expect it to be too cheap.

Full details aren’t available yet, but the Lenovo Tablet 10 is said to have some enterprise-friendly features including a Trusted Platform Module and a fingerprint reader.

It’s expected to get up to 9 hours of battery life and the images Lenovo has released shows a full-sized USB port, an HDMI port, a headset jack, and what may be a USB Type-C port on the tablet. There’s also a full-sized USB port on the keyboard dock.

The Lenovo Tab 10 should be available this month.

via MSPowerUser and TechRepublic

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2 replies on “Lenovo Tablet 10 Windows 2-in-1 coming this month.”

  1. I won’t buy a 10.1 inch laptop with a detachable screen. My kids would break it in less than a week. I’ve only seen 2 new non-detatchable 10.1 inch laptops, the Chromebook Flip or the Acer Aspire Switch 10. I’ve had quality issues with previous Acer products, so it looks like the Chromebook Flip is the only choice.

  2. Almost 9 hours.. Ugh. This is less than the thinkpad 10 or thinkpad tablet 1 &2.. Why not do it based on ARM instead? I want real all day battery life dammit.

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