Lenovo’s ThinkPad tablet is set to arrive in the market this coming August 23rd, but until then, it needs to go through the rigors of the FCC, and that day has finally arrived. The ThinkPad tablet was not slated (pardon the pun) for the mass market, but rather, it will target the enterprise segment instead. In the FCC filing, it shows off a line drawing of the ThinkPad’s rear end. This is a downer since it does not reveal anything new about the tablet.
There has been leaked shots of the ThinkPad tablet in the past that delivered a greater level of scrutiny on both the front and back sides of the tablet. Just what is packed inside the Lenovo ThinkPad? For starters, it will come with an NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor, in addition to 1GB RAM, two cameras – one in the front and one at the back, while connectivity options include microUSB for charging and HDMI to view everything on a large screen TV. You can also choose to pick up an optional digitizer pen that will play nice with its capacitive touchscreen display.
The Lenovo ThinkPad will come in two packages – 16GB for $499, while adding on another $30, you will net the same 16GB model with said stylus.RELATED
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