The ThinkPad 10 enters the space currently dominated by the 9.7-inch Apple iPad. Lenovo is offering workstation-friendly features, such as an optional dock and stylus. Taking a cue from the company’s Yoga line, the 10-inch device can be viewed in several different modes, which Lenovo terms as tablet, stand, laptop and desktop mode. It offers 4GB of memory, up to 128GB of storage, 3G and 4G LTE wireless capability and 10 hours of battery life.
Like the ThinkPad 8, it has front- and rear-facing cameras (2 megapixels and 8 megapixels, respectively) and runs on an Intel quad-core processor. It has an ability to dock with theThinkPad Tablet Dock, which allows the user to connect the device to an external mouse, keyboard or monitor. There is also an optional digitizer pen for operations that require a more precise touch. The device is supposed to feel light and well constructed. Hopefully, the larger version of the tablet will share the same overall feel and build quality.