Summary: The back of the tablet is opened, the charger does not work and the wifi doesn't work either. It doesn't hold up to use it drags on operation. I would not recommend purchasing from the same vendor.
Summary: The tablet worked well for about three months then started to crash continuously. We sent it back to Lenovo for repair. It's been almost eight weeks and they still have not sent it back to us.
Summary: Lenovo support is centered in the Philippines while the offices are in North Carolina and Texas. I had a problem with my newly shipped K1 and called Lenovo for options, they approved my taking advantage of the warrenty and I shipped UPS.
Summary: Update - This thing broke after two months of fairly light use. Lenovo - when I could finally find how to get ahold of the right department there - was of no help. It appeared well made at the start, but failed shortly after the 30 day return period. Total waste of money.
Summary: Normally I do not do reviews. Sadly, I cannot say anything good about this tablet. 1. Users manual lacks any information on tablet setup for the most of necessary basic functions. The Lenovo web site is not much better. 2. The tablet sound level is very very weak. 3.
Summary: 1) Constantly freezes when in sleep mode. Turn the screen off. Come back 15 minutes later. No response. 2) SD card would not stay in slot. It kept protruding out of the little door. Had to krazy glue to keep it in so I don't have to keep shoving and remounting the damn card.
Summary: Used Lenovo K1 Ideapad for more than a week. Easy initial setup, worked out of the box. It came with Android version 3.1. At startup, it checked and updated itself automatically to ver 3.2. Though still trying to figure out one issue, i.e.