If you have been wondering what Lenovo has been up to during this year’s edition of Computex, they had a new ThinkPad tablet up for display. The tablet is built around the new Intel Medfield Atom chipset and runs Windows 8 with a 11.6 inch display up front. Cameras are along the front and back of the tablet, along with USB and HDMI ports and a SD card slot on the sides. Full details are being held back, which include pricing and availability details. However, with Windows 8 all set for a launch during fall this year, the Lenovo ThinkPad can be expected to reach markets around that time. The tablet, on its part, looks well built and sturdy and should appeal to enterprise users.
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