Reviews and Problems with Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 3679
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olivia simo, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Device was shipped on time and packaged well. No cracks or damage. Very pleased that this device allowed me to use Microsoft. The main advantage is that, unlike a PC, this thinkpad now fits in my purse.
Summary: I have had lots of problems with this thinkpad tablet. First the good, it is very easy to use, and great for business use (my primary purpose). I have been having problems with the tablet holding a charge. I had to send it back because the power cord was loose and wouldn't stay in and the tablet wouldn't get a charge. They were very quick with the warranty exchange, however, I get it back and it is now not holding a charge at all with the charger.
First windows tablet, started off weird but it's better now
5 September 2013
Summary: When I first received the tablet I was full of joy and excitement. The thought of a windows tablet was exciting, especially one that is in essence, a 32 bit PC! First off the unit was extremely sluggish and slow at responding. Doing a complete restart (turning it back into factory defaults) fixed that issue a bit and the response to my touch improved, as well as loading webpages. After further playing around I had issues downloading windows updates.
If this is the one i received in July, it was good as its only charge
Lynne E. Sullivan "inquizative minds...", Amazon
2 September 2013
Summary: Purchased one in July charged properly and quickly. However once it lost the charge it never came back. Exchanging for a new one and ended saving around fifty dollars hopefully the charge will stick this time.
OK Introduce the Windows 8 tablet but Keep Android
robert p bounds, Amazon
12 July 2013
Summary: Lenovo in late 2011/early 2012 came out with the Lenovo Thinkpad tablet and also they had(still have) the IdeaPad, both powered by Android. In less than a year's time they dropped the Thinkpad tablet, and redesigned the Windows 8 version of this tablet with almost exactly the same external features. Why they did this is beyond me.
Summary: We needed a tablet that could run Office - this seemed to do the job. After 2 months of ownership, it's the second time today that I've had to send the tablet back to Lenovo for support. The first time, the laptop simply wouldn't start after a shut down. They pretty much replaced everything except the external case and screen. It took over 2 weeks to get the tablet back. The same thing re-occurred this time around... How frustrating...
Summary: While this is not the tablet that comes with a pen input, it is nonetheless a great Windows 8 Pro tablet with a great price. It has easily handled by daily computing needs and supplements my desktop. While I wish the app store was more robust, the touch interface with the windows desktop is fairly intuitive. I would recommend for anyone looking for a solid windows tablet and does not feel the need to have the pen input.
Summary: This is the second tablet 2 that I received directly from Lenovo. The first arrived in January with two serious problems. The first involved the WiFi. In order to get a strong signal it had to be on top of the router. The second problem was that it needed a cold boot to wake from "sleep". Lenovo sent a new tablet a month later. I have used this tablet every day since. It arrived with good wireless but had the same wakeup problem.