This is review Tablet2 Lenovo for Microsoft Windows 8
The Thinkpad Tablet 2 will have a 10.1 IPS screen running 1377 x 768 (720p), Intel Cloveview Dual Core Atom CPU, 2GB of memory , 64 GB of storage, stereo speakers, a 2MP and 8MP camera, mini HDMI, a microSD slot, USB 2.0 connector, and optional fingerprint reader. All in a 262.6 x 164 x 9.8mm package and weighing 650g.
Extreme mobility, weighing only 600 grams and lasting more than 10 hours on a single charge
Runs new visually rich and touch-optimized Windows 8 Store apps, plus familiar multifunction Windows desktop applications
Optional digitizer pen with onboard storage for natural note-taking, signature capture and document markup
Runs Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel & OneNote (must be purchased separately)
Full-sized USB port, Mini-HDMI port and Micro-SD card slot for expansion and data transfer
Optional ThinkPad-quality Bluetooth® keyboard dock, plus multi-monitor support for productive workstation computing
Cloud-connected with Windows Live, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and more
Full Microsoft Office support including Outlook, Lync and Sharepoint
Microsoft Live, iPhone/iOS, Android/Google Chrome, and Amazon compatibility
Anytime, anywhere Connectivity WiFi, 3G, 4G LTE (US-only, with AT&T) and WiFi Direct
Lenovo Mobile access, with pay-as-you-go wireless WAN mobile broadband service (in select countries)
Superior videoconferencing with HD display, stereo speakers, HD front and rear webcams and noise-cancelling microphones
Lenovo Cloud storage
Multi-user logins for private and secure device sharing with family and friends, or shared tablets in the workplace
Enterprise-level security, with Trusted Platform Module and Computrace® Mobile
October 26th release, with a $799 price tag
VIDEO REVIEW :
This is Information Windows 8
Vibrant and beautiful, the Start screen is the first thing you'll see. Each tile on the Start screen is connected to a person, app, website, playlist, or whatever else is important to you. Tiles light up with the latest info, so you're instantly up to date. In one glance, you'll see that photo you were just tagged in, tomorrow’s weather, and messages from your friends.
In Windows, even the little things are all about you. Like the screen that appears when your PC is locked—it can be any picture you choose. And you'll see quick notifications on your lock screen before you sign in to your PC or open a single app.
With picture password, you can sign in by tracing a pattern on a picture of your choice instead of typing a password. Zigzag over your dog’s face? Three taps on your child’s nose? The choice is yours.