The all new Lenovo ThinkPad 10 Tablet is a completely new compact 10-inch business tablet that especially designed to fulfill the requirements of all those users, who are looking for both a tablet and a Windows 8.1 Pro laptop.
Powered by a quad-core Intel Atom processor, this high-end tablet has a full HD screen with just 2GB of memory and a 64GB solid-state drive for storage. Being a versatile Windows tablet, ThinkPad 10 can be adapt for work, home or mobile use as it delivers productivity through laptop, desktop, tablet or Stand mode.
Now, users can use this feature-rich ThinkPad Tablet Dock or Ultrabook Keyboard for full PC ability and can enjoy a full ecosystem of options like a digitizer pen and 3G/4G LTE. Moreover, it is a full-fat Windows 8.1 tablet that comes with a 1920 x 1200 touch screen, Intel’s new Atom Z3795 quad-core system on a chip (SoC), and various optional accessories are also there that make this device a perfect contender for mobile workers.
Apart from this, there are various other impressive features of this tablet that you should check as all its features can make you stun and give an incredible experience:
The all new ThinkPad 10 mostly looks like the ThinkPad 8 writ large, and it is not even a big divergence from its ThinkPad Tablet 2 ancestor. Users of this tablet will get an aluminum-clad machine which is both thin and light. You can feel that every bit of it as comfortable and well-made as you have expected.
Whereas that thinness doesn’t do any kind wonder for the battery life, but it is a big and large Windows tablet that you are looking in computing regularly while standing. Moreover, it may not be as a featherweight as mobile OS-based tablets such iPad Air, Galaxy Tab, but this tablet can noticeably less damage on other’s wrists as compare to the hefty 7.8 pounds of bigger Surface Pro 3 and Dell’s 1.6-pound Venue 11 Pro.
On the left side of this tablet, you can find a covered and full-size USB 2.0 port sitting near both the power connector and a fabric loop, which holds the pen. On the right side, flip over is there and you can see micro-HDMI video output, a microSD storage slot and a headphone jack.
It is extremely common to see higher-resolution displays on big tablets, but the ThinkPad 10’s LCD still manages to stand out in an attractive crowded space. Instead of the 1080p screen, the device is using a taller 1920 x 1200 resolution as you are more likely to find at this price point.
Moreover, the 224 ppi density is also right for Windows 8.1 that is fussy about scaling high resolutions to just the right size.
One of the best things about display is that it is sharp enough that content looks good, but it is not so sharp that you are forced to peer tap lots of tiny buttons when you switch to the traditional desktop.
Manageability Support –
Now, you can keep your data safe and secure with this high-end feature like Mobile Device Management, an auto-triggered VPN function, Workplace Join and more when you choose an application or function requiring access to corporate data.
Optional Quickshot Cover –
You can keep your tablet covered while taking a picture as well. You just need to simply flick back the corner flap to expose the lens and the Windows 8.1 camera application can open automatically. Its magnetic end also activates and wakes the tablet from sleep mode.
Enterprise PC Capabilities –
The tablet comes with the features like an Intel® Quad-Core processor, HD graphics that is four times faster than earlier generation, Windows 8.1 and more, so it is ready for business users.
Dual 1080p HD Cameras –
The tablet got 2Mp front-facing webcam for crystal clear video conferencing that is supported by dual digital microphones with noise cancellation and VoIP optimization. And 8-MP rear-facing camera with auto-focus and flash and video calling that give a wonderful experience.
Digitizer Pen Support –
When it comes to digitizer pen support of this tablet, it allows capacitive touchscreen functions like drag, open, click and swipe with precise control, comprising a right-click button and it converts your handwriting into digital text.
Online Connectivity Options –
The tablet’s online connectivity options are 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi, Miracast support, Bluetooth 4.0 and optional worldwide 3G/4G, you’ll be able to connect to the internet wherever you go.
So, these are the top and exclusive range of features of Lenovo ThinkPad 10 that surely gives you an incredible experience while using.
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