Reviews and Problems with Lenovo IdeaTab Miix 2 - 8"
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Expect Touchscreen Failures Often
Dane Curley, Amazon
24 July 2015
Summary: Very unsatisfied with this tablet. I'm a Lenovo guy through and through. My laptop is also Lenovo, and I've recommended the brand to friends. This tablet is the unfortunate exception. There are so many glitches and problems out of the gate, not to mention it's loaded up with annoying bloatware.
Summary: The tablet is great as far as browsing online goes. But part of the reason I bought it was that it could accept a 64GB Micro Memory chip. The chip does not seem to lock into place. I tried gently, repeatedly. Then more insistently as recommended online somewhere. No luck.
Summary: I've had this for a little over a year and its been back to Lenovo twice for screen and hardware problems. I also have two Dell 8 inch and they work great. My wife and daughter each have the Dell and no problems, but this Lenovo is really making me not like Lenovo since I prefer Lenovo over Dell.
Summary: It has boot up issues. It will boot up with 75% of the screen visible at times. The paint has started to flake off of the side power button and the power button itself is poorly designed. It is difficult to tell if the power button is actually starting the unit.
Summary: I was very happy with this tablet for the first two months. Then it began to "freeze up" on the lock screen, or do I thought. What was actually happening, though, is that when it awakes from sleep or you turn it on, the lock screen is the first thing to come up.
Summary: I use both mac and android normally. I bought this tablet solely because I needed the Windows 8.1 operating system for a work website that runs Java. AND I rarely write product reviews, but I am pretty frustrated with this item.
Summary: I received this tablet, got all excited, but there was a very jarring and obvious dead pixel mocking me from the get go. So I returned it the next day. This is my second bad experience with a Lenovo IdeaPad/IdeaTab. I once got a IdeaPad U310 with bad WIFI.
Summary: Straight to the point. PROS: - Affordable Price - Comes with complete Microsoft Office 2013 - Windows 8.1 !!!!! CONS: - CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP Plastic Construction - Cheap Plastic Construction ( Did I mention cheap?
Summary: Everything is great with this tablet if you can run everything over Citrix or Chrome. Once you catch up with the windows/office updates you will find your tablet left with less than 3GB of free space. I even have to install office on the microSD to keep this tablet usable.