We know that Lenovo is planning to launch Windows 8 tablet when the Microsoft’s latest Windows launches to the public in October this year, but there is no official news till now. Today Lenovo has shown off a Windows 8 ThinkPad tablet at Computex. Acer, Asus and Samsung has also showed their Windows 8 tablets at Computex this year.
Engadget got hands-on with the device, it doesn’t have a name yet and this is just a prototype of the device, that means the design might change at a later stage. The new ThinkPad is a 10.1 inch screen tablet with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. Lenovo is keeping the specs under wrap for now, so not much is known about the tablet inner specs, it is supposedly running an Intel Clover Trail Processor.
It has a paid of cameras, an 8 megapixel camera at the rear and a 2 megapixel camera at the front, a microHDMI and a docking slot indicating some peripherals for the device in the future. It has a long battery life of 10 hours on a single charge.
Windows 8 ThinkPad won’t release now, but it might come at the time of the Windows 8 launch in October. Not to confuse with the Android ThinkPad tablet, this is also called ThinkPad for now.