Lenovo has unveiled two new devices aimed at the business-user market.
The Multimoode ThinkPad 10 tablet is designed to be a tablet with full PC-like functionality.
The 10-inch tablet comes with Windows 8.1, Gorilla glass, 8MP rear camera, 2MP front camera, two USB 2.0 ports, micro HDMI, microSD card slot and a battery, which lasts for ten hours.
The ThinkStation P300 is an entry-level workstation aimed at professionals requiring ISV application certification.
Key features include a redesigned chassis with intuitive red touch points and extended lips in the front and back for east carrying. It is available with the latest Intel Xeon E3-1200v3 product family, fourth-gen Intel Core processor and ECC memory support. It also includes Intel HD P4600 graphics.
Both products will be available starting June. The ThinkPad 10 has a SRP of $599 while the ThinkStation P300 will cost $729.
The firm also unveiled the Flex 2 last month – a laptop with offers 300-degree flexibility.