Summary: The small tablet came with a stick label saying is damage not use, dirty and scratch. I clean it, start it, and almost all the function work properly except the camera and screen rotation. I can see movies from dish network and Netflix with out any problem.
Summary: I used this for a while and gave it to my grandson, after restoring the factory settings. He loves it. It did have some issues with some WiFi signals and it does not have the ability to use compass apps.
Great Portable, Not the Best Tablet/ Android Out There
Christopher J. Foxley, Amazon
18 July 2013
Summary: The Lenovo Ideapad featured here is small, ligth, portable, and has a great price point for it's performance. A few highlights: -WIFI and 3G Data Connectivity (via SIM on certain build models) -Responsive Ambient Light Sensor (Reacts quickly to ensure a high battery life, working at 7hrs is what...
Summary: This item was refubrished. Lenovo does horrible job - battery life is 3-4 times less then new one. The unit has multiple big scratches on the back. The was reset and set up to chinees time zone.
Not a bad tablet, but there are better for the price.
Andrew Sitek, Amazon
7 February 2013
Summary: I bought this around Black Friday in 2011, and there were many tablets on sale. I have always liked Lenovo computers, and assumed the tablet would be good as well. Once it was opened and setup, the Lenovo custom interface (pictured in the middle of the screen) is very inconsistent and the touch...
Summary: I bought this before going abroad so that I could check email, keep in touch with family, etc. without bringing my laptop. I'm not particularly impressed with this tablet, but I've found ways to fix most of my problems.
Summary: This is a great tablet. It's neat and convenient, works well generally, is fast, yada yada... My issue is that the Ideapad (I have the A1, but I've read similar issues on the K1) seems to be conflicting with Belkin brand routers. It drops the wifi every 30 seconds or so, for about 5-10 seconds.