Small form factor tablets have been a popular item in the Android and iOS ecosystems since 2012 when Google released its first ever own-brand slate, the Nexus 7. But despite their popularity with Google and Apple's user base, businesses have for some time been left without a small form factor Microsoft Windows 8 tablet option.
Luckily, Chinese PC heavyweight Lenovo fixed this at CES 2014 when it unveiled its ultra-portable ThinkPad 8 tablet. With a small-form 8in design and running Microsoft's latest Windows 8.1 software, the ThinkPad 8 on paper has the chops to be one of 2014's most enterprise-friendly tablets.
To learn more about the Lenovo ThinkPad 8 and explore the new features, use our interactive picture guide below. Roll your mouse over the device to see the key elements and click on the tags that appear.
For a closer look at the new Lenovo ThinkPad 8 check out V3's hands-on review.