Reviews and Problems with Lenovo IdeaTab Miix 2 - 8"
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but so far I have found this to be an amazing device. I had a Lenovo 9-inch Android tablet
Amazon Customer, Amazon
7 September 2014
Summary: I have only had this tablet for about a week so my opinion may change over time, but so far I have found this to be an amazing device. I had a Lenovo 9-inch Android tablet, but I found it to be just a tad too heavy for e-book reading. This nice 8-inch tablet seems to be a good compromise between being small enough to hold comfortably and big enough to read. The tablet was quite easy to set up.
Summary: This is my husbands tablet. His first one was worn out. He loves this one. Works good. Windows 8.1 is good. Includes Microsoft Office. We heard that Windows 8 wasn't good but we were pleasantly surprised when we finally got to use Windows 8.1. Excellent buy. Have recommended it to friends.
Summary: Bought the 64 GB, but Microsoft Office was not included. Was disappointed and called Lenovo and the seller and they both told me it was not supposed to be included, so be careful if you want the 64. It appears that the 32 does have that as an added benefit, but not the 64. Best to contact the seller to verify that information. Have used it now for a couple of months and find that it works well for me.
Lenovo Miix 2 8-inch Quick Start Tablet w/IBM assured quality still in play.
28 May 2014
Summary: I love it! I've been waiting so long for a Windows 8.1 full featured (for me at least) moderate sized tablet in the $300 price range. I can now use the full featured desktop version of Think or Swim (TOS). I recommend a stylus for those with "thick fingers" like me (keeps the screen clean, too) - especially if you use TOS.
Summary: I was mildly apprehensive on this purchase but was pleasantly surprised. This replaced my ipad mini. My only complaints are that the power-switch is too sensitive and I have to be careful not to put it in my back-pocket the wrong way or the device will shut down. I also can't install Visual Studio Premium on it because the primary drive is just too small for that application. Another 20G and the device would have been a perfect PC replacement.
Summary: Pros: *FULL DESKTOP OS experience *Battery life lasts an entire day on basic browsing, typing documents, some youtube videos *Free Microsoft Office product key *SSD 64 gb flash drive is very quick and boots up less than 10 seconds. *Not bad Intel core processor, i was able to do open multiple internet explorer windows on desktop mode and a few apps open Cons: *64 gb SSD is too small, i only had 48 gb due to lenovos built in apps and the window OS itself takes up space in...