Today at Lenovo Tech World, the organization has taken the wraps off of an upgraded variant of their ThinkPad 10 tablet, and they are dispatching their first screen sharing gadget, the Lenovo Cast.

The second era ThinkPad 10 replaces the first gen model which was dispatched around a year prior. It keeps a great deal of what made the ThinkPad 10 a nice tablet, including the 10.1″ 1920×1200 16:10 presentation. It keeps on offerring 2 or 4 GB of LPDDR3 memory, and in addition both 64 and 128 GB eMMC capacity choices. The enormous change is to the processor, with the ThinkPad 10 now being fueled by the 14 nm Intel Cherry Trail Molecule, particularly the x5-Z8500 or x7-Z8700 models. It is additionally evaluated at the same ten hours of battery existence with the coordinated 32 Wh battery, and incorporates the ThinkPad Pen Star innovation with WRITEit. WRITEit is a Lenovo programming extra which permits the pen to be utilized for any info.

Since this tablet is gone for the undertaking, it likewise incorporates highlights that you will be totally unable to discover in purchaser level tablets including discretionary dTPM encryption, a finger impression peruser, or a shrewd card peruser. Lenovo will even do laser drawing and resource labeling of this model to help organizations with stock control.

As a venture tablet, it likewise has a full grouping of adornments including a folio console, ultrabook console, QuickShot spread, tablet dock, defender case, and that’s just the beginning.


Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 10
Lenovo ThinkPad 10 Gen 2 (2015)Lenovo ThinkPad 10 Gen 1 (2014)
DimensionsH: 177mm
W: 256.5mm
D: 9.1mm
H: 177mm
W: 256.5mm
D: 8.9mm
Weight617 grams598 grams
CPUIntel Atom x5-Z8500 1.44-2.24 GHz quad-core 14nm Cherry Trail
Intel Atom x7-Z8700 1.6-2.4 GHz quad-core 14nm Cherry Trail
Intel Atom Z3795 1.59-2.39 GHz quad-core 22nm Bay Trail
GPUIntel HD Graphics (Gen 8 with 12 EUs on x5, 16 EUs on x7)Intel HD Graphics (Gen 7 with 4 EUs)
Storage64-128 GB eMMC64-128 GB eMMC
Display Size and Resolution10.1″ 1920×120010.1″ 1920×1200
BatteryRated at 10 hours, 32 WhRated at 10 hours
Active PenThinkPad Pen ProThinkPad Pen Pro
Price at launch$549$599


The ThinkPad 10 will send with Windows 10 preinstalled, and the dispatch time span for the tablet is August 2015, which fits into the mid year outline that Microsoft has guaranteed for Windows 10. The cost at dispatch is $549 for the base model.

The second thing dispatching today is the Lenovo Cast, which is a Miracast and DLNA module which can be joined with any TV with HDMI. Lenovo is advancing the double recurrence Wi-Fi accessible on the Lenovo Give a role as an overhaul over a considerable lot of the other Miracast gadgets available today. Since it underpins both DLNA and Miracast, it ought to work with any gadget which bolsters both of those gauges. Likewise with a large portion of these gadgets, it is controlled by smaller scale USB to permit it to be fueled off of a television USB port. Lenovo is guaranteeing that the gadget will bolster throwing from up to 20 meters and through up to two dividers, yet that is not at 1080p, where it drops to 5 meters on 2.4 GHz or 15 meters on 5 GHz Wi-FI. The included Realtek remote chip is the RTL 8192DU which is 802.11 a/b/g/n. The Lenovo Cast incorporates a 1 meter USB to smaller scale USB link, a 1 meter HDMI link, and a section to mount the Lenovo Cast on the back of a TV. At only 70mm x 15 mm (2.76 x 0.59 inches) and a weight of only 50 grams, it ought to be a simple extra for travel as well. The Lenovo Cast is dispatching in August for $49 USD with overall accessibility.

The ThinkPad 10 is a somewhat of a value premium for a tablet, however not exorbitantly in this way, and ideally we can get our hands on one to perceive how it contrasts with the Surface 3 which is the main other gadget around with Cherry Trail right now. I accept this is the first gadget that I have seen which has particularly expressed it will dispatch with Windows 10 also, and expecting Microsoft hits their time allotment, Lenovo ought not need to keep this gadget down.

There is a great deal of rivalry in the throwing space, yet a little DLNA and Miracast gadget for $49 is, I think, a great value particularly thinking of it as accompanies double band Wi-Fi and the majority of the fundamental links and even a mounting section.

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