Research Triangle Park, N.C. — Targeting the performance-demanding business-user market, Lenovo unveiled Monday its ThinkPad 10 tablet and ThinkStation P300 workstation.
Both models are slated to ship to select retailers and on the Lenovo website starting June.
The Multimode ThinkPad 10 tablet ($599 suggested retail) is said to be a tablet with full PC-like functionality in a sleek form factor that is convenient for frequent business travel.
The redesigned ThinkStation P300 ($729) entry-level workstation targets professionals requiring ISV application certification at affordable price levels.
It will be available in tower and small-form-factor models through Lenovo business partners and from the Lenovo website.
Key features include a redesigned chassis with intuitive red touch points and extended lips in the front and the back for easy carrying and deployment, and a new Flex module that gives users the option to add only the components they need, for customized productivity-boosting configurations with cost savings for vertical workflows.
The Flex module supports a combination of an ultra-slim optical drive, 29-in-1 media card reader, IEEE 1394 Firewire and eSATA.
The ThinkStation P300 is available with the latest Intel Xeon E3-1200v3 product family, a fouth-generation Intel Core processor and ECC memory support.
It includes Intel HD P4600 graphics, delivering workstation performance suitable for graphics work in advanced 3D mechanical designs and workloads.