When we switched our focus to graphics, it didn't take long for the ThinkPad 10's performance to take a step back. Scoring in the middle of the pack is consistent with what we saw with the smaller size ThinkPad 8.
We witnessed more of the same in the Egypt Off Screen test. The ThinkPad 10's Intel HD Graphics 4600 isn't built for hardcore gaming, though there's enough pixel pushing oomph to approach 40fps in this test. That's not bad in and of itself, though obviously there are other tablet solutions out there if gaming is your main priority.
The Lenovo ThinkPad 8 scored well (compared to many of the tablets we've recently tested) but again fell slightly behind the Dell Venue 8 Pro in the 3DMark Ice Storm Extreme score. Neither device is a match for tablets like the iPad Air when it comes to heavy-duty graphics.