The specs for the Lenovo Windows 8 ThinkPad Tablet 2 have leaked: Display: 10.1", low-res 1366x768, 16:9 IPS, LED Backlight, Anti Glare, 10 finger multi-touch CPU: Intel Cloverview Dual Core Atom Graphics: Intel Intefrated HD SGX545 Memory: 2GB HDD: 64 GB (e-MMC) Battery: 10 hrs. (30 Whr) Front Camera: 2 MP, 720p HD Webcam w/ LED (inside LCD) Back Camera: 8 MP, Auto Focus with Flash w/ LED (outside LCD), Motion JPG WiFi:802.11 a/b/g/n Bluetooth: 4.0 Dimensions: 262,6 x 164 x 9,8 mm Weight: 650g Cover Material: MG frame, ABS cover Ports: Mini HDMI, 3.5 mm Combo Mic/Headphone, MicroSD slot, USB 2.0, Docking Connector Microphones: Dual Array: Digital Microphone w/ Noise Cancellation, VoIP, Noise Reduction Speaker: Stereo 1W@8ohm x2 Buttons/Switches: Windows button, Power button, Audio volume switch, Rotation lock switch, Reset switch to disconnect battery input Sensors: GPS, Magnetometer, Ambient Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Vibrator, Sensor Hub FW-TPM (SW): All Models (user configurable) OPTIONAL Features: - Digitizer & Pen - Fingerprint Reader & NFC (selected together) - Discrete TPM & TAA - WWAN: US: Gobi 4000 (LTE/HSPA+), ROW: Ericsson (HSPA+) UNAVAILABE Features: - Smart Card - VGA; Display Port, APS, WIDI, USB 3.0 Keyboard Dock: - Thin, Chiclet Style with Pointing Stick and Left/Right mouse buttons but without Touchpad, probably no additional ports Enterprise Dock: - Ports unknown Sources: Lenovo Windows 8 ThinkPad Tablet 2 Specs Leaked Lenovo Windows 8 ThinkPad Tablet 2 aimed at iPad business users, includes pen input and dock | The Verge Man, I am disappointed again. 16:9! low-res 1366x768! only Atom-CPU! no ports on the keyboard dock (separate "Enterprise Dock")! With the release of Windows 8 I was really hoping for a great Tablet-PC or Tablet + dockable keyboard combo from any of the business-oriented manufacturers (Fujitsu, Lenovo, HP...). Lenovo has first disappointed with their uninspiring X230T by sticking with a paltry 16:9 low-resolution 1366x768 screen and the keyboard switch. Then Fujitsu disappointed with their switch from good 16:10 screens to bad 16:9 screens. While their Tablet-PC T902 increased the resolution to 1600x900, the Slate+Keyboard Combo Q702 features only 1366x768. 16:9 is far inferior to 16:10, why can't anyone do it right? I really hope that HP doesn't screw up too with their upcoming Elitebook 2770p.