On day 2 of Computex 2012, Intel surprised us with an unannounced Lenovo Thinkpad tablet running Windows 8, Samsung showed us a Series 5 ultra convertible Ultrabook, MSI gave us a hands-on of the Slider S20, and Intel spoke about their focus on user experience and touch technology. We’ve gathered up our best from Day 2 of Computex 2012. See what you missed. You can also follow our full Computex 2012 conference here.
A representative at the Intel booth surprised us with a demonstration of the next-generation Atom processor on an unannounced Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet running Windows 8. Although the company did not provide much information about the slate, the rep did confirm that it will be HD (but not full HD). We were fans of the original pen-supported ThinkPad Tablet, so we have high hopes of seeing more of this slate soon.