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Lenovo ThinkPad 10 review: A thinner, lighter Windows tablet with a high-res display

At a Glance

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    $599.00

    Lenovo's latest productivity and business-oriented ThinkPad tablet checks all the right boxes on paper and is a joy to use in real life, but it suffers from a few ill-conceived design decisions.

At a Glance

Lenovo's latest productivity and business-oriented ThinkPad tablet checks all the right boxes on paper and is a joy to use in real life, but it suffers from a few ill-conceived design decisions.

Price when rated: Tablet: $599; Quickshot cover: $45; Tablet dock: $129; Ultrabook keyboard: $119

Pros

  • Strong performance
  • Good battery life
  • Beautiful 1920x1200-pixel display
  • Very thin and light

Cons

  • Ultrabook keyboard dock allows just one angle
  • Can run warm to hot with demanding apps
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