Is it a tablet? A piece of paper? Or a laptop? Lenovo’s new ThinkPad Tablet can be all of the above.
With a 10.1-inch screen, the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet is already a bit easier to work on than most tablets. The electronic keyboard gives you more room to maneuver than the iPad does. But for those of you who want to make your tablet your one and only computing device, you have two options that make it easier to write longer and more often.
Sometimes You Want to Sketch
Or write out notes by hand. Or sign an electronic document without having to find a printer. The ThinkPad Tablet’s optional stylus lets you:
- Draw up a design during a presentation, showing your clients that you can do the job right then and there
- Mark up a document during a meeting, so you can keep your notes together with the source material
- Sign off on a sale as soon as it closes, so you don’t have to wait to sign a real piece of paper
Bad penmanship? Don’t worry. The pre-loaded My ScriptNotes mobile app instantly turns writing into text in 27 languages.
Sometimes You Want to Type
If you’re a typist who’s shied away from tablets, think again. Lenovo’s ThinkPad Tablet portfolio case offers an optional full-size keyboard and a back that props up the tablet to a near vertical position. This sleek case doesn’t just look good, it basically turns your tablet into a laptop so you can type away to your heart’s content.
Sometimes You Want it All
Lenovo’s new ThinkPad Tablet provides what you need, when you need it. Whether you’re a visual thinker whose best ideas come from doodling, a person whose thoughts flow more freely when writing by hand, or a typist whose mind is connected to the keyboard, there’s now a tablet that gives you all the “write” tools.
This buyer's guide is designed to help decision-makers understand the features and functions that a new breed of business-oriented tablets is bringing to the mobile workforce. Use this guide to determine what features are most important for your organization, so you can balance end-user needs with IT requirements for successful mobility deployment.