Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet Now On Sale from $499, Shipping Soon


Lenovo’s ThinkPad Tablet has gone up for sale over at the manufacturer’s website in all of its variations. Starting at $499 for a 16GB/WiFi-only version, the price rises incrementally for the 32GB/3G model ($569.99) and the 64GB/3G model ($669.99). The ThinkPad, announced last month, looks to be a true competitor in the Honeycomb tablet space with a 10.1-inch display, 1GB of RAM and NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor. The tablet also features an optional digitizer pen for stylus input, enhanced enterprise support and SD card encryption, and full-sized USB connectivity. The site lists a ship date of August 29th, or next Monday. Head over to the source link to to learn more.

[via Lenovo | Thanks, Marco!]

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  1. Best thing about this device: buttons!

    1. Or worse, depends on how you look at it.

      1. Anything’s better than capacitive “buttons”.

        1. In your opinion.

          1. After the 30,000th time someone goes “oops, i pressed something!” when you’re just trying to show him something, you might see what I mean.

            But yes, that’s just my opinion.

          2. Capacitive buttons are horrible. I cannot stand them.

          3. Imagine how many times that’s happened to PlayBook owners with it’s unmarked capacitive bevel.

    2. I know everyone has their preferences…. and accidentally hitting these physical buttons might cause a few headaches (not really tho)…. but really…. who is going to argue that options are a bad thing? That is the whole point of android devices…..

  2. NICE!

  3. too expensive!

  4. Enter the $99 jokes

  5. sorry already have a touchpad

  6. meh, i just ordered the hp 32GB touchpad for $219, its still higher than the $149 clearance price, but still low enough to say F it and buy it. I think the sweet spot for tablets is $300-$500.

  7. join the community of great deal shoppers and share with us some great deal products that you know

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