The Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 running Windows 8 Pro will be released on October 26 – the launch date of Windows 8.

It will cost $799.

For that price, it will include a keyboard. It’s not clear at this point if you’ll be able to get it without a keyboard for a couple hundred dollars cheaper.

The ThinkPad Tablet 2 include a 10.1-inch IPS display with 1,366×768 resolution and a full version of Office 2013. The processor is rumored to be an Intel Atom Clover Trail running at 1.8GHz.

There’s also an optional dock that provides an Ethernet port, a trio of USB ports, and an HDMI output.

$799 for a tablets with a keyboard – seems like the way to go.

Would you buy this?

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  • Oliver

    It’s an odd world when an attachable keyboard becomes worth $200.

    This seems reasonable. Windows 8 Pro is a good thing to include and I like the Lenovo brand. It looks a good quality product, but time will tell. I may seek a Windows RT tablet as I’ll already have Pro on my laptop.

    • 123321

      maybe the keyboard has extra battery? (i dont know)

  • Streetnerd

    so wheres is it now? is it available on the market yet?