Reviews and Problems with Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 1838 (NZ72)
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lenovo ThinkPad Tablet
18 February 2012
Summary: The ThinkPad Tablet combines a superior media and entertainment experience with the security, reliability and manageability features for which ThinkPad is known to create a true business-class tablet. Designed as a companion computing device for professionals on the go, the ThinkPad Tablet includes an optional digitiser pen, a full-size USB port
Pros: + Accurate stylus, + Enterprise-friendly, + Tough
Cons: - Heavy and bulky, - Poor camera, - Tablet, - Charger adapter, - MicroUSB Cable
Conclusion: The Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet boasts excellent accessories that can transform the tablet into an on-the-go business machine. But short battery life and some stability issues make it a questionable choice for casual and corporate users alike.
Pros: Full-sized USB 2.0 port. Optional 3G. Excellent, though optional, keyboard folio case and accurate stylus pen.
Cons: A bit chunky. Frequent app crashes in our tests. Occasionally unresponsive screen. Subpar battery life.
Excerpt: What could be better than a tech company having its own tablet? Having two tablets. Lenovo, which released its IdeaPad K1 tablet just a month ago, is already back to the table with another one: the oh-so-sexily-named ThinkPad Tablet . On the surface it makes sense. IdeaPad is a laptop line meant for general consumers, and ThinkPads are built for business. You pay more for ThinkPads, but you get more: Higher-end features, better build quality, and top-shelf performance.
Excerpt: DinSide "Bring your own device" (BYOD) er et hett tema for dagens IT-sjefer. Hypotesen er at skillet mellom proff- og amatørutstyr viskes ut, ettersom folk vil ha det samme på jobben som i stua.
Pros: Fin ytelse, artig med penn, bra med vanlig USB, funksjoner for proffbrukeren
Cons: Dyr, dårlig design på både program- og maskinvare, tung, stor