Summary: My first "Windows" tablet and its what I wanted and expected. At first I thought by the specs it would be slow and maybe not quite the display I wanted but sure was pleasantly surprised with both the speed of the tablet and the quality of the display. Both more than expected. The 32 GB storage doesn't leave a lot of room after the OS is fully installed but a few quick learning sessions on what not to install, what can be uninstalled brings up some extra drive space,...
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: I have been waiting since laptops were invented for a pocket version of a computer (Cargo pants pocket) I know other pocket computers exist, but this one is good quality, fast processing, and a very low price. The only downside is the lack of a USB port, but I've purchased an accessory kit for the Miix 2 8 and it will give me the USB port I need. I have two droid tablets that are great, but the programs I wish to run require windows OS. Thanks Lenovo!
Summary: Based on most other reviews this seems to be a very under-rated tablet. Before considering this, think about how you want to use it. This is a fully functioning PC running Windows 8 in a tablet form-factor. It's not a iPad. If you want a simpler tablet (which has huge advantages), go with an iPad, Windows RT, or an Android tablet. Running windows 8 adds complexity and means you want have the simplicity of those other OSs.
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.