Lenovo’s ThinkPad 10 upgrades its do-it-all Windows 8 tablet formula

Ever since Microsoft unveiled its vision of a touch-friendly future with Windows 8, manufacturers have by and large built two kinds of computers designed for the operating system: hybrid laptops and do-it-all tablets. Lenovo is hoping to perfect the latter of those two options with its ThinkPad 10. First and foremost, this is a 10-inch tablet that fits in with the tried-and-true ThinkPad aesthetic — it has a black aluminum finish and red accents, and it’ll probably make you look like you’re getting work done even if you’re just watching a movie. But this is far from the first tablet to carry the ThinkPad name: two prior generations of this tablet have come and gone, and the ThinkPad 10 joins the recently-released, iPad mini-sized T…

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