Lenovo is scheduled to soon launch a new 10-inch ThinkPad Windows tablet commercially with Intel inside. Meanwhile, the Australian shop of the company has already listed the tablet ahead of its official debut.
Lenovo Australia had released a full-fledged product page describing its specifications, features and other details. However, the page was quickly removed by the company.
Meanwhile, the tablet’s name and a brief description are still visible even though the full-fledged product page is no longer available. Lenovo has been quoted saying that “Its ThinkPad 10 is a business tablet with full PC capabilities.”
The 10-inch tablet is scheduled to be available with a full HD display, and would be powered by an Intel Atom Bay Trail processor under the hood, a hefty 4GB of RAM, and up to 128 GB of internal storage capacity expandable via microSD.
Meanwhile, the tablet would also be having several other exciting features, including an 8-megapixel rear camera, a 2-megapixel front facing shooter, a multi-touch display with optional support for pressure-sensitive digital pens and a 33Whr battery.
The 10-inch ThinkPad Windows Tablet would provide lots of connectivity options to its users, including Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth, NFC and optional LTE.
Although the Australian subsidiary of Lenovo has listed the tablet online, the company has still not released any official announcement regarding its upcoming ThinkPad 10.
Additionally, it has also been reported by Liliputing that the soon-to-be-launched Lenovo ThinkPad 10 would be having a range of business-friendly features, such as a fingerprint reader, a smart card reader, as well as the latest Windows 8.1 software on board.
Lenovo will provide the options of a basic dock, a keyboard dock or a keyboard case to its customers. The company has still not disclosed any launch date or pricing details, but reports claim that the tablet will not come cheap.