Lenovo shows off Windows Tablet

Chinese maker of the Thinkpad, Lenovo has leaked details of a large tablet based around Microsoft’s latest version of Windows on its Aussie site.

Lenovo appears to be enthusiastically working with Vole lately and has released several small tablets based around Redmond’s Windows 8.1.

But over the weekend Lenovo accidently put up details of much larger tablet called the Thinkpad 10. It was quickly removed but not before it was seen by Her Majesty’s Loyal Press.  

The German site TabTech managed to grab the information and images from the site before it was taken down.

It would appear that the Lenovo ThinkPad 10 will have a 10.1 inch IPS display with a 1920×1200 resolution. Under the bonnet there will be a Bay trail 1.6 GHz Intel Atom Z3795 quad-core processor, support for either 2 or 4GB of RAM and SSD storage options of 64 and 128GB.

While the first version of the ThinkPad 10 has the 32-bit version of Windows 8.1, Lenovo will release future versions that will have the 64-bit version.

Other hardware features include an eight-megapixel rear camera and a two megapixel front facing camera.

According to the site, the battery is supposed to last up to 10 hours and will support its own QuickShot Cover that will allow users to peel off part of the covering to expose the tablet’s rear camera.

Depending on which version you buy, there are also Microsoft Office 2013 Home & Student for free. Lenovo appear to be looking to provide lots of accessories for the beast including a keyboard which serves as a dock and a stylus.

The leak failed to mention a price or a release date for the ThinkPad 10 but if it was leaked on one of the company’s official websites, it should not be long.