Summary: We have had our Lenovo IdeaPad for less than a year. At which point it stopped charging and would no longer power on. I created a ticket and shipped the tablet to the warranty center. They did ask that we send the charger along with it as it was a power issue. Due to the fact that we have many devices in our house with similar power cables, we shipped it back with the wrong cable.
Colossal Waste of Mine and your money, unbelievably disappointed in IBM.
4 October 2013
Summary: BLUF: They refuse to fix the tablet stating that the adapter I sent them was the wrong one even though the adapter is listed in the tablets manual as being the one that came with it. I bought this tablet 3 months ago for my 8 year old son. He wasn't going to use it for anything processor heavy so I figured I would pick this up and get him a more powerful one when he gets older. The tablet itself fit the requirement. Cheap and good enough for an eight year old.
Summary: Don't buy it, if you ever need service you are screwed. Just a run around and empty promises of sending shipping labels via email that never show up and you have to make request after request after request... It's like they have vanished. Maybe it's just one person they have for support? Whatever the reason, this isn't the cheapest tablet but you'd think you spent far less than you did for the quality and the service you will receive.
Summary: i would have liked to give a zero for this product. took this to use it for skype and normal browsing as the description specified says that its supported for it. believe me once i tried to install skype it says its unsupported but still installs it and the voice chat was so terrible. not sure how it could even pass any quality checks. a zero for this product and a five for amazon to have taken this back.
Summary: Bought this from Best Buy about 1 year ago for 170. It was always slow, but I don't live in the US, so couldn't return it. When I disconnect to save battery, it gives a lot of trouble reconnecting to my home network, even though it remembers it. Now its giving a message - "Battery overheat", and shuts down. Lenovo is no help, and I can't return to authorized service center. Shoulda bought a nexus or fire. Piece of f-ing junk from Lenovo.
Froze up and their support lied about supporting bluetooth keyboard.
Deborah L Dunlap, Amazon
31 July 2013
Summary: The main reason I bought this thing was to be able to use an external keyboard with it to jot down quick non-work-related information at work: ideas to follow up on, to do lists, etc. I called Lenovo support and they assured me it would work with a bluetooth keyboard. It does not. I tried several, I took it to BestBuy, Office Max, and Office Depot so I could try all types of bluetooth keyboards. None worked. Technicians tried to make them work.
Summary: After a fair amount of product research I decided to buy the lenovo A2107 because of the battery life, camera's, and memory capacity. It had a good operating system at the price point I liked. The tablet worked fine, but was not quite as responsive as I would have liked. There is a delay between voice and video when watching Netflix. I could have lived with all of this however this tablet turned off while I was online and I was never able to turn it back on.
Summary: I am shocked, because there is nothing mentioned about AT&T locked simcard tablet ,thus now i can't use internet unless there is Wifi ,i bought this product because it has 3g feature which obviously it won't work because it's AT&T locked product am really disappointed ,It's not fair ...