Summary: This was some time ago . My apologies for a late review. I had two ordered and they worked without a problem. Lenovo has since stopped supporting and after one was dropped several times I had to flash it with a Vanilla Android without the Lenovo apps - but it actually is still working with no...
Summary: I think Lenovo is a great product. I wish that the compatability was a little more flexable for this tablet. My co-worker has had alot of difficulty with his lenovo and had to return it 5 times. I hope that I do not have the same problem in the future.
Summary: I have owned this tablet for about three months. Firstly, the OS must be upgraded to the latest Android system, that is why some complaints are that the system "reboots". It is simply performing/applying the updates. Mine needed about 5 before it was up to date. Nothing unusual.
Summary: I bought the K1 on Amazon in November 2011 for $300. I was looking for an alternative to the iPad and to the expensive Androids. I've read the "bad" reviews on Amazon and I have not experience any of the really awful experiences reported by some (lockups, bad battery, etc).
Summary: Have had some issues with the GPS lock on with navigator. GPS test program I downloaded detects 4 - 7 Sats, yet I can't get a lock? After upgrading some android apps I lost the full versions, had to do a system wipe.
Summary: I bought this tablet a few weeks ago. For me it has worked great, except for some issue with the unlocked screen witch was a bug of the auto light sensor. Other than that is greatfor what I need.
Summary: I've had the tablet for slightly over 1 week and I'm really satisfied with the purchase. It's the cheapest Tegra 2 tablet out there, yet its just as good as the rest of them. The only drawback is the brightness of the screen and the weak speakers.