Tuesday, August 14, 2012

From ThinkPad Tablet 1 to ThinkPad Tablet 2

I happen to own a Lenovo ThinkPad running Google's Android OS. I was compelled to use this tablet because it included several enterprise-level features that are not normally found on other mobile tablets. I was drawn by features like: a digitizer pen; a full-sized USB port; a full-sized SD card slot; and more. Overall, the tablet's been a fine business device and the OS was recently updated to one of the latest versions of Android (4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich).

Lenovo is making a major transition by leaving Android and moving to Windows 8 for its next ThinkPad Tablet which has been named the ThinkPad Tablet 2 (quite an original name, isn't it?).

Like the first ThinkPad Tablet, the 2 will have an optional digitizer pen (which is much more accurate than a capacitive pen) and a full-sized USB port.

Measuring less than 10mm, the 10.1" ThinkPad Tablet 2 goes everywhere you go. And, with up to 10 hours battery life, it keeps going for as long as you need it to. Use 3G and 4G support to stay connected to colleagues, family and friends.

You can learn more about the Thinkpad Tablet 2 here. (I predict that this device will sell for roughly $500)

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