At the present Lenovo’s Think Pad has been away from home for a good while, other than as a WiFi just device. Adding up 3G compatibility to practically the entire US takes will help it reach a wider audience of consumers. Expect no changes in hardware or software for the new version, as it will be basically identical; you’ll make out the same NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor and 1GB of RAM.
So, the ThinkPad will also prop up GSM 850/1900, CDMA 850/1900, and WCDMA II, IV, V bands. This will cover AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and lots of smaller networks. Unfortunately, it will not support any form of 4G technology according to the FCC. Bearing in mind the amount of competition in the present tablet market, 4G is a main player.
So, I predict that adding 3G to this tablet will help more-so than numerous others, as it was originally aimed towards the business crowd. Be sure to check out our review and hands-on with the Lenovo ThinkPad if you haven’t seen it already. dissimilar lots of of the other tablets out there, it incorporates stylus use very well.