Lenovo is adding globe-trotting connection capability to its ThinkPad Tablet.

The world’s No. 2 PC maker is incorporating Gobi chip technology from Qualcomm that it says will enable ThinkPad owners to connect to multiple carriers and different technologies worldwide.

“More and more business users rely upon mobile broadband connectivity to enhance their productivity,” said Tom Butler, director of ThinkPad Marketing at Lenovo. “Qualcomm’s Gobi 3000 option on our ThinkPad Tablet lets users easily connect to mobile networks regardless of their location or underlying wireless technology, making their wireless experience truly flexible.”

ThinkPad Tablets utilize the Android operating system.
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