When In Manila it’s time to get serious, so Lenovo Philippines decides to unveil their tablet aimed specifically for business people… the ThinkPad Tablet. You may remember a few months back that Lenovo unveiled the IdeaPad K1 showcasing different colors and a wide range of free apps. In comparison the ThinkPad Tablet presents a more serious look, sporting the same colors and design as the ThinkPad laptop.
Apart from its look what further defines the ThinkPad tablet is not with the tablet itself but more on the optional accessories that it could work with. Many users will be pleased with Lenovo’s support for the digitizer pen, with the digitizer pen users will be able to advantage of the preloaded apps like FlexT9 and Notes that has handwriting recognition. If handwriting doesn’t tickle your fancy then maybe the Keyboard Folio would appeal to you more, this pretty much does the same thing as the Asus Transformer’s keyboard dock but instead you get a track point instead of the touch pad. It is also worth mentioning that the Keyboard Folio gives you that plain planner look when closed.
The ThinkPad tablet certainly is a different Android from the pack, priced at 28,000 php it provides much needed functionality on both hardware and software for individuals who wants to do more on their tablet. So next time when looking for a serious Android tablet and When In Manila don’t forget to check out stores for the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet.
ThinkPad Tablet Specs:
Screen: 10.1 inch IPS screen with Gorilla Glass
Processor: 1Ghz Tegra 2 processor
Storage: 16/32/64 GB
Ports: HDMI, USB2, micro USB, SD Card Slot, 3 in 1 Card reader
Operating System: Android HoneyComb
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