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.
The ThinkPad runs Android 3.1 (a tweak of the build codenamed Honeycomb), and includes a few interface tweaks, including this spinning apps "tray."
Lenovo claims the tablet will provide up to 8 hours' battery life (with WiFi enabled).
As with other tablets running Honeycomb, the ThinkPad offers multiple home-screens for filling with widgets and the like.
The ThinkPad includes up to 64GB storage for one's various apps.
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.
The stylus deployed.
The stylus allows users to make notes in their own handwriting ...
... 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.
Other optional accessories included a foldable keyboard dock.
The tablet in its keyboard dock, as seen from behind.
Lenovo is claiming that the tablet, along with its accessories and access to a variety of productivity apps, is an ideal enterprise tool.