Looks like Lenovo has officially acknowledged the next generation of the ThinkPad Tablet. Aptly named the ThinkPad Tablet 2, the new, Windows 8 powered tablet will replace the old Android ThinkPad Tablet that is currently being sold to enterprises and businesses around the world when it launches in October next month. The tablet will be powered by an Intel Atom Processor that gives it the ability to run legacy software, has a 10-inch, 1,366 x 768 resolution IPS display, has 10 hours of battery endurance, and can be outfitted (optional) with a 3G/4G module for connectivity. The ThinkPad Tablet 2 will also come with a pen, and comes in at a skinny 9.8mm. Lenovo has not set any kind of price for this particular device yet, but you can expect this thing to go on sale roughly the same time that Windows 8 is released.