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Specs

Lenovo's tablet features a 10.1-inch screen (fronted with ultra-tough Gorilla Glass) and weighs 1.65 pounds. A dual-core 1GHz processor powers its applications.

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Add-Ons

The ThinkPad runs Android 3.1 (a tweak of the build codenamed Honeycomb), and includes a few interface tweaks, including this spinning apps "tray."

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Battery Life

Lenovo claims the tablet will provide up to 8 hours' battery life (with WiFi enabled).

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Honeycomb

As with other tablets running Honeycomb, the ThinkPad offers multiple home-screens for filling with widgets and the like.

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Storage

The ThinkPad includes up to 64GB storage for one's various apps.

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Stylus Holder

Unlike many other tablets on the market, the ThinkPad comes with an optional stylus for writing and navigation. The stylus fits into a slot (look for its red top) within the tablet body.

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Deployed

The stylus deployed.

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Taking Notes

The stylus allows users to make notes in their own handwriting ...

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Convert

... which the tablet then tries to auto-convert to readable text. In a brief trial-run, the tablet seemed reasonably successful at "reading" messy handwriting.

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Keyboard Dock

Other optional accessories included a foldable keyboard dock.

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Rear

The tablet in its keyboard dock, as seen from behind.

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Enterprise Ready

Lenovo is claiming that the tablet, along with its accessories and access to a variety of productivity apps, is an ideal enterprise tool.

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