In Pictures: Tablets with serious security for business

These tablets have extra security features that will keep your work safe and your IT pros happy

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet

In addition to the software features baked into the Android OS, some manufacturers are producing tablets with a specific focus on business users. Lenovo's ThinkPad line has always been business-oriented, and the ThinkPad Tablet with Android is no exception. Features include full device and SD Card encryption, port blockers and secure email access.

The tablet also comes with Computrace, which lets you freeze the device, delete data, and perform other remote security and management functions in case it's lost or stolen. Bundled as well is McAfee Mobile Security, a suite of security software that includes Virus Scan Mobile, McAfee WaveSecure and McAfee SiteAdvisor for Android.

An upgrade to Android Ice Cream Sandwich is on the way, bringing more security features.

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