Yesterday we showed you the ThinkPad Tablet 2, Lenovo’s Windows 8 Pro tablet. According to The Wall Street Journal, the company has partnered with nVidia to create a Windows RT device that sports a convertible keyboard that allows the tablet to be used either as a laptop or a tablet. Microsoft has been limiting the number of chipmakers and OEMs that are allowed to make Windows RT tablets, so it’s no surprise to see this partnership spring up.
Of course there is no pricing related to the tablet, but we expect it will be cheaper than the ThinkPad 2 tablet, since its based on ARM architecture. We’ll likely see the first hands-on of these devices at CES 2013, along with other manufacturers such as Samsung, Dell, and ASUS.
[via The Verge]