Lenovo ThinkPad X12 2021 tablet/detachable – Surface Pro on steroids

Lenovo are back at the detachable game with the 2021 Thinkpad X12 Gen 1, a Surface-Pro-style tablet with a keyboard folio accessory, following up on their now-defunct X1 Tablet from a couple of years ago.

I’m sure you’re already familiar with the Microsoft Surface lineup of products, which are primarily stand-alone Windows tablets with competent performance, a touchscreen and pen-support, which can transform into a functional mini-laptop by attaching a keyboard folio.

That’s exactly what Lenovo is offering with the Thinkpad X12, but unlike the Surface Pros, this has a couple of aces down its sleeve: it’s built on the latest Intel Core U hardware, includes Thunderbolt 4 and LTE connectivity, and a 42 Wh battery, as well as the build quality and security suite buyers expect from a Thinkpad product.

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