The lid is off the Lenovo ThinkPad, touted as the first tablet for enterprise-level business. I just spent some time sizing it up, and you know what? It's kind of exactly what the suits are looking for.
This tablet doesn't try to be particularly sleek or sly; it's just a big, businessy rectangle. I'm fine with that, but it may lose some consumers in the looks department. The thing feels solid. It's not particularly light or thin, but it feels like it could probably survive a drop (and the 10.1 inch Gorilla Glass display doesn't hurt on that front). Its case packs in a full keyboard with an optical red pointer that'll look familiar to any ThinkPad user. It comes pre-loaded with a ton of software from Lenovo and their partners which give it enterprise-class security. Throw in the now-standard front-facing 2MP camera and a rear-facing 5PM camera, video chat software, and oh yeah, an included stylus, with a handful of software to make it app-friendly, and you've got yourself a pretty well-loaded machine.