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A spokesperson has confirmed to TechRadar and the rest of the world exactly what the pricing for the Windows 8-powered Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 will be when it hits stores on October 26th.
A new rumor claims that AT&T stores will be selling Windows 8-based tablets, with the company planning to train its retail employees on September 30th and October 16th on the products.
A new report claims that the Windows 8-based Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 will be priced at $799 when it is launched on October 26th. The price includes the full physical keyboard.
Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing says that while he doesn't care for Microsoft entering the PC hardware market, he is confident that Lenovo's product will be better than Microsoft's Surface tablet.
Lenovo vice-president Dilip Bhatia says his company is not concerned about Microsoft's upcoming Surface Windows 8/RT tablet entering the market, saying that Surface has generated "excitement".