Lenovo Thinkpad 10 Tablet Discussion Thread

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  1. Bronsky

    Bronsky Wait and Hope. Senior Member

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    That's basically meaningless for Lenovo these days. Just check with the people who've been waiting months for their T8s.
     
  2. Bloody Nokia Adept

    Bloody Nokia Adept Trackpoint Diehard

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    Being the same Thinkpad fan as you, I'd say Lenovo is doing hack too many meaningless steps last couple of years reaping the legendary brand... And you know, if for the first time these years they will be launching sales pipeline simultaneously with the announcement (thanks to Apple) then I would not blame them -- that's really great! But, still, that's Lenovo and they still can screw the things up and delay it once again :confused:
     
  3. cookies4you

    cookies4you Scribbler - Standard Member

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    For some reason, I was anticipating a ThinkPad (Tablet) 11 with a Haswell Y processor.

    Still, this looks pretty good. With 4 GB of RAM and BayTrail, it'll make a fine successor to the TPT2.
     
  4. JoeS

    JoeS I'm all ears Senior Member

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    SOLD! :D

    The usual question: is there a silo on the slate, and are there snazzy keyboard covers? Still, this sounds like I might be going back to the two-device solution soon. A tablet, and a tablet.
     
  5. Bloody Nokia Adept

    Bloody Nokia Adept Trackpoint Diehard

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    Yeah... I'm wondering that too. Hope silo is there.

    BTW, will this pic sold you twice? :D

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  6. JoeS

    JoeS I'm all ears Senior Member

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    Is that to be able to achieve 'tent mode'? :) By the way, if this picture is accurate, the sharper lower corners make it look like a keyboard dock will be available. It looks a lot like the asymmetric shape of the Helix.
     
  7. Bloody Nokia Adept

    Bloody Nokia Adept Trackpoint Diehard

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    Who knows... These are all leaks for now... Hopefully, Lenovo will publish user guide or maintenance guide somewhere in the public soon.

    I've noticed Helix similarities too. If TP10T will be a Helix on Bay Trail then this will be really-really great but I'm afraid wondering too far...
     
  8. dceggert

    dceggert Owner of a TabletPC Museum Senior Member

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    Yes, the wondering may have gone a bit too far. Helix is 16:9 and this Thinkpad 10 is 16:10. That tells me that the design of this new device is made to be a tablet that has a dockable keyboard as opposed to a convertible ultabook that can undock to be a tablet. The two design directions converge but are actually 180 degrees from each other.
     
  9. JoseGonzales

    JoseGonzales Pen Pal - Newbie

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    "20C1000M" works

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  10. bloodycape

    bloodycape confused Senior Member

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    The lack of usb3 is a bit of a concern, but hopefully the keyboard dock comes with it. This device could be perfect for my needs, but I guess I need to see what battery life is like, and what ports it offers on the keyboard.
     
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