LenovoThinkPad

Lenovo this morning announced a pretty cool option for its Android-based ThinkPad Tablet, adding the Qualcomm Gobi 3000 chipset so you can get online on any network in the world, be it GSM or CDMA. The data will still have to be provisioned by the carrier, of course, but the ThinkPad Tablet will have the radios built in to do so. This is geared toward the corporate environment, but it still stands to make life a lot easier for those worldwide road warriors.

Source: Press release; More: Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet hands-on; Qualcomm Gobi

 
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startac7868 says:

The GOBI 3000 supports AWS, in case the question of T Mobile comes up.

eterna55 says:

Can i use this in Indonesia with local carrier sim card?