The world’s largest PC manufacturer has unveiled two new devices as their latest proof of their “relentless innovation.” The first is the Lenovo Think Pad 10 tablet for business users, while the other is the entry-level workstation ThinkStation P300.

As a larger version to the ThinkPad 8 tablet launched earlier this year, the Lenovo ThinkPad 10 is a 10-inch tablet that’s specially made for business users. Its bright IPS screen not only sports Gorilla glass protection but also a full HD or 1080p resolution. When it comes to flexibility, the ThinkPad 10 borrows some features from its Yoga tablet cousins and offers four modes—tablet, stand, laptop, and desktop.

Lenovo ThinkPad 10

A variety of accessories are also available, such as a tablet dock, USB 3.0 docking station, Bluetooth keyboard, and Quickshot Cover more. In terms of performance, the ThinkPad 10 is powered by a quad-core Intel Atom processor, at least 2GB of RAM, and up to 128GB of storage. It runs Windows 8.1 with 64-bit support.

The ThinkStation P300, on the other hand, is a desktop machine that features either a Xeon or Core processor, 29-in-1 media card reader, Intel HD P4600 graphics, and support for up to 32GB of RAM. It’s also notable for having the new FLEX module that allows custom configurations with the machine.

Lenovo ThinkStation P300

Available in either tower or small form factor, the ThinkStation P300 delivers much needed improvements over preceding Lenovo workstations for enhanced flexibility and functionality. For instance, the chassis is devoid of a bulky handle in favor of “intuitive touch points” for faster transportation.

The Lenovo ThinkPad 10 (base price $599) will become available at the company’s online store and selected retailers starting next month, while the Lenovo ThinkStation P300 (base price $729) will also ship in June though the company’s business partners.

[Source: Lenovo]

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