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Lenovo Thinkpad 10 review

Lenovo Thinkpad 10 review

by Oluwasegun EdunFebruary 3, 2016
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The latest Lenovo A10 might not happen to be fancied by business freaks as it is not targeted at business users, but the Lenovo 10 laptop comes with an all new amazing features that might interest and also convince you to get one for yourself.


The Lenovo thinkpad 10 comes in 2GB and 4GB versions and both versions run on 64 bit Windows OS and both are powered by the quad-core Intel Atom x7-Z8700 Processor with 2MB of cache and integrated HD graphics.

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The 2GB versions features a 64GB of on-board storage while 4GB models have 128GB; in both ways the storage is extensible you can do that simply by adding a microSD card.

The front camera is 1.5MP and the rear is 5MP and it comes with auto-focus and flash; it is capable of recording 1080p video too. The tablet has a 10.1 inch multi-touch Gorilla Glass screen with 1920 x 1200 resolution. Connectivity is via 802.11 a/c Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, and, in the top versions, 3G mobile.

A built in Swipe fingerprint reader is available on all versions. Optional extras on offer include a built-in SmartCard reader, NFC, and the ThinkPad Pen Pro with WRITEit which enables you to use stylus input.

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Based on the design and build of the tablet itself,  A power switch on the top edge, on the right are volume controls, microSD and SIM card slots plus ports for HDMI, USB 3.0, headphones and power.  Present on the left-hand side is a Kensington lock slot, and on the bottom edge are the connectors for a case/keyboard or docking station. The fingerprint sensor is on the back and is positioned so that it falls neatly under your right forefinger when you are holding the device in landscape format.


The Lenovo thinkpad 10 does not have a standard USB connection but it makes use of a proprietary plug so this implies that you have  your charger with you whenever your battery has been exhausted. Talking about the battery, it should be able to deliver up to 10 hours of life on a full charge.

So tell what you think about the Lenovo ThinkPad 10 in the comment box below.


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Oluwasegun Edun
A Free Living individual that goes Wild Weird and Wonderful with the World Wide Web, Cracking the nuts without a nut cracker, I write stuffs with passion, A Computer Engineer, A Web developer and a Windows enthusiast.
  • Mercy Amos
    February 3, 2016 at 3:58 pm

    Wao! Great feature Lenovo think pad got. The most interesting is the availability of the Swipe fingerprint reader. It’s lovely day

  • joy
    February 3, 2016 at 4:09 pm

    This seems to be an upgraded version of the A10

  • KingAbsolute
    September 15, 2016 at 10:33 am

    The 2GB and 4GB versions
    and that runs on 64 bit Windows OS are impressive. The processor too. Makes Thinkpad a choice to buy.

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