Lenovo and Qualcomm today announced the launch of their first Android Tablet that comes with multi-carrier Mobile Broadband capabilities, the ThinkPad Tablet. The new tablet comes equipped with Qualcomm’s Gobi™ 3000 technology which makes the device, the first Android Tablet that gives enterprise customers a single mobile platform for use throughout the world. The new changes to the tablet eliminates the need of changing hardware to support different carriers, with the Gobi 3000 technology ThinkPad users can easily connect to any major US carrier and stay connected when roaming globally.
Lenovo is targeting the average business traveler with this new upgrade of the device as they are claiming its multi-carrier mobile broadband connectivity will enhance the users productivity and it simplifies 3G connectivity for mobile computing devices, no matter the users location. The new Lenovo ThinkPad tablet with the Gobi 3000 option will be available starting later this month, no pricing details were announced.