Lenovo has one of the best product line offerings when it comes to convertible tablets, tablets, slates, and whatever you want to call them.  It all started with the IdeaPad Yoga, which came out late last year, and since then we’ve seen variations of the Yoga, we’ve seen the ThinkPad Twist, and now we have the ThinkPad Tablet 2.  You really have your choice of touch-enabled devices, and you can pick whatever one suits your needs the best.  The ThinkPad Tablet is an interesting device that works as a slate but can be used as an ultrabook of sorts with an attachable keyboard.  Check out this detailed review of the ThinkPad Tablet 2.  A sample of what you’ll find is clipped here for you below.

I like almost everything about the ThinkPad Tablet 2. It’s a handsome, well-made device that offers excellent battery life, does everything I’d expect a tablet to, and does it all well. It even does a few things I wouldn’t expect from a slate – try running Photoshop or Steam on your iPad, I’ll wait — and even if it doesn’t do them especially well, its ability to masquerade as a “real computer” is still a big advantage. At the risk of beating a dead horse, this isn’t a replacement for a Windows PC like the Acer Aspire S7 or Lenovo’s own Yoga 13, but next to the other Windows tablets on the market it’s clearly the best option. It’s also the best Atom-powered device I’ve tried, besting the HP Envy X2, the Acer Iconia W510, and others on battery life, performance, and especially build quality — but they do have trackpads, so choose your tradeoffs wisely.

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