Dig out your credit card–Lenovo is now taking orders for its ThinkPad Honeycomb tablet, which was announced last month. The tablet is $499 for the 16GB, WiFi-only model and $669 for the 64GB version, with 3G mobile broadband coming in October. According to Matt Burns writing for TechCrunch, the ThinkPad tablet might be the best Honeycomb tablet available right now.
“The ThinkPad Tablet comes dressed in appropriate digs; it looks like a ThinkPad tablet should. The lines are streight, the style all business, and there’s even a little red nub on the optional $30 active digitizer stylus. The rest of the tablet is a standard affair and built around a Tegra 2 platform. There’s a full size 3-in-1 SD card reader, full size USB host, micro USB port, mini HDMI, dual cams, and an IPS screen protected with Gorilla Glass,” he writes.
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