Recently, I reviewed Lenovo’s ThinkPad 8 tablet.
One of the disappointments was that it didn’t come with a stylus for taking handwritten notes in meetings.
Since then, Lenovo has recently released a sister product called the ThinkPad 10. So how does it compare?
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In the first of what I hope to be a series of video reviews, here’s a look at the Lenovo ThinkPad 10.
Hardware and features
The Lenovo ThinkPad 10 is a 10.1-inch tablet running Windows 8.1, and is available both in Wi-Fi only and 4G.
It is based on an Intel Atom processor with a clock speed of up to 2.39GHz.
The screen is 1920×1200 pixels (WUXGA resolution) and comes with a digitzer pen.
The main camera is 8-megapixels and captures 1080p videos, while the front camera is 2-megpixels.
Connectors include one USB 2.0 slot, a combo audio/microphone jack, a microSD card slot (supports up to 64GB), a Micro-HDMI port (for displays and monitors), a keyboard connector, and a proprietary connector used for connecting a keyboard or desktop dock.
This review is based on a test unit borrowed from Lenovo.