If Honeycomb tablets were likened to a plane ride, you’d be riding first-class with Lenovo’s newest addition to the Honeycomb tablets basket. Lenovo announced this week that the 10.1-inch Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet running Android 3.1 Honeycomb is now available in U.S. retail stores and partner establishments.
The cheapest model comes with 16 GB internal storage and is priced at US$500 (add US$30 for the digitizer pen). If you want more storage, you can get a 32-GB version for US$600 (with digitizer pen) or a 64-GB version for US$700 (also with digitizer pen).
Built for business and academic use, the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet “[replicates] the way people work naturally with pen and paper by allowing them to digitally write, draw and create content while also optimizing the ThinkPad Tablet for business with a layered security solution and full IT management,” said a Lenovo official.
As a Honeycomb tablet meant primarily for business and the academe, the ThinkPad Tablet boasts of the following features:
Do you think the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet will succeed where others before it have arguably failed?