Reviews and Problems with Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 1838 (NZ72)
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Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet Review
17 April 2014
Summary: The ThinkPad Tablet could be the perfect addition to your office or home. It packs a powerful punch for both the professional on the go to those that work-from-home. Safely and securely download and store files, docs and pictures and take them wherever you go.
Pros: Business Minded:, Take A Look:, Designed To Impress:, Ready To Go:, The Stylus Is Back:, Instant Access:, Loaded Up:, Video Chat That Works:, Smart Charger:
Cons: Exterminator Wanted:, Heavy But Not Heaviest:, Clean Me:, Tablet or Laptop?:
Excerpt: We've come to know Lenovo as one of the premiere business notebook manufacturers over the past years. Having worked with several ThinkPads during my time at TechSpot, aside from a few small quirks, each unit left me looking forward to the next.
Conclusion: Like the Lenovo IdeaPad K1 , we had great hopes for the ThinkPad Android Tablet. Lenovo makes excellent laptops, and it's hard to beat ThinkPads for durability, IPS display options, ultraportable designs and excellent keyboards.
Pros: Pen for note-taking, solid build, USB port, excellent optional keyboard folio.
Cons: Chunky, would be better without bloatware (bloatware is reduced with ICS upgrade).
Excerpt: With their virtual keyboards and focus on media consumption, most tablets appeal more to couch-cruising consumers than professionals looking to get some work done. Built for productivity, the ThinkPad Tablet breaks the slate mold by providing first-rate digital pen support, business-friendly...
Lenovo's ThinkPad Tablet comes with a digitiser pen and plenty of features designed to appeal to corporate users
Good Gear Guide.au
9 January 2011
Summary: Unlike every other Android tablet on the market, the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet is a business tablet first and foremost. Its digitiser pen alone makes it an attractive proposition, and it also comes with useful security features and VPN capability. All up, a fine first Android-based effort from Lenovo.
Pros: Included digitiser pen, Physical shortcut buttons, Unique business-orientated software
Cons: Chunky design and glossy display, Battery life could be improved, Visible square imprints on screen