Lenovo has introduced a new tablet under the ThinkPad series called ‘ThinkPad X1 Tablet’ at the CES 2016. It comes with three additional module that can add specific features to the tablet as a keyboard or an extra battery. The device runs on Windows 10 OS and is the first Windows tablet to offer 4G LTE connectivity. There is also a fingerprint sensor for additional security.
According to the company, the battery on this tablet is rated to deliver 5 hours of battery life, where you can get 10 hours of additional battery life with the detachable keyboard and 5 hours with an additional dock called as ‘Productivity Module.’ It features a 12-inch IPS display with 2160 x 1440 pixel resolution and packs some powerful specifications.
Under the hood is the Intel Core m7 processor that is accompanied with a whopping 16GB of RAM and 1TB of SSD storage. Apart from the Productivity module that brings the HDMI and USB ports, it also has a ‘Presenter Module’ that includes a Pico projector to project a 60-inch image. The third module includes an Intel Real Sense 3D camera to capture the objects in 3D that can be also used for 3D printing.
The tablet is priced at $899 and will be launched sometime in February. The 3D camera module and the Productivity modules cost $149 each while the Presenter module is priced on the higher side at $279. Finally, the optional stylus comes with a price tag of $50. The productivity module will be launched along with tablet while the Projector module and 3D Imaging Module will be made available later in May.