By Adam Z. Lein | October 25, 2012 9:27 PM
The Lenovo Thinkpad Twist is a new tablet that I think I might be interested in due to its more business-oriented design and capabilities. It’s a high-power Core i7 convertible tablet with a full keyboard, keyboard joystick, trackpad, and touchscreen. It also has an anti-glare screen, 8Gb RAM, and a 128Gb SSD. The rumor is that the pricing on this one starts at around $850 as well, so that’s not a bad price for a powerful Windows 8 tablet PC convertible. It’s also got plenty of important ports like Ethernet, multiple USB, and a full SD card slot. It’s clearly a business-style tablet as you would expect from the ThinkPad brand, but if you need all the flexibility of plenty of hardware ports, a heavy-duty processor, plenty of RAM in addition to all of the fun stuff in Windows 8, this could be a good choice.