Lenovo officially revealed its ThinkPad Tablet 2 back in August this year. The tablet is the first Windows 8 slate from Lenovo and packs a hardware which seems promising. For instance, it comes with a 10.1-inch 1366 x 768 display and an 8-megapixel rear camera together with some 10 hours of battery life.
Lenovo didn’t reveal the price of the tablet back then but estimates had pegged it between $600 and $700. Now the company has revealed the official price tag of the tablet which seems to have rather exceeded the higher end of estimates. WPCentral reports that the tablet costs a whopping $799.
That may sound a bit too much but the good part is that this price includes a keyboard as well as the complete Office 2013 suite. Of course if you minus these additional features, the price for the basic model without accessories may be quite less, hopefully somewhere between $600 and $650.
Additional features such as fingerprint scanner are also available with the ThinkPad tablet 2 and you get to have a stylus with it. The tablet packs 4G LTE connectivity and the official release date is October 26th, not co-incidentally arriving alongside Windows 8.
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