Friday, August 10, 2012

Lenovo will release a tablet on Windows 8 in October.



Lenovo has announced the release of his first term of the tablet on Windows 8. It is reported portal Gizmodo. The device is called the ThinkPad Tablet 2. It goes on sale in late October, just after the release of own operating system. It's price is not yet known. ThinkPad Tablet 2 will use the tablet edition operating system Windows 8 Pro. It is known that in its basis lies the processor Intel Atom, codenamed Clover Trail. Diagonal of screen of the new device will be 10.1 inches. Its resolution will be equal to 1366 by 768 pixels.

The device will weigh about 600 grams and its thickness will be 9.8 mm. It will be equipped with two cameras - the rear (its resolution is 8 megapixels) and frontal (it is 2 megapixels). ThinkPad Tablet 2 will include the stylus. ThinkPad Tablet 2 will work on networks based on third and fourth generations.

The prototype of ThinPad  2 was first demonstrated at the exhibition Computex, which held in Taiwan in early June.

ThinkPad Tablet 2 is the successor to the tablet ThinkPad, which was published in 2011. As a new device from Lenovo, the previous tablet has a screen diagonal of 10.1 inches, but its resolution is lower than 1280 by 800 pixels. This device is based on operating system Android.

4 comments:

  1. China tech is developing quickily and getting mature.  Lenovo’s tablet pc is cool and like its name, ideal.

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  2. Looks nice but I've heard it will cost about $600. It is too expensive for such device. Windows 8 users like Windows 7 on desktop computers and the only chance for MS to show something good with this OS is the tablet market.

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    1. As i commented on the article mentioning this previously, the throwback design cues like the mouse "nub" between the g/h/v/b keys need to be done away with, in my opinon. There can't be enough people still utilizing that feature when we have the trackpad and of course portable mice to replace it. The red cues tarnish the whole appearance
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    2. Actually, the "nub" is one of my main reason that I've had three different Thinkpads. I absolutely despise that touchpad/trackpad whatever you want to call it on most laptops. It always messes up my typing and moves my mouse and causes me to type into the middle of whatever paragraph I've been working on. Overall, I'd put this computer firmly in the "Awesome" category, knowing full well that I'll probably never own one because I'm too cheap to by a new computer if I can get a model two years old for a quarter of the cost. I don't need bleeding edge
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