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. Create presentations and present them easily with the help of the HDMI output onto any monitor. Take notes and write docs in your own handwriting.
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. The foundation for Lenovo's ThinkPad line has been a uniform style that's stood the test of time quite well. It's simple, practical, recognizable and instills the value of quality in the minds of many.
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. That signature ThinkPad build is most definitely here: this is a sturdy and well put together tablet. Business users will appreciate this, but as a consumer tablet, the ThinkPad tablet fails the thin and light test.
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 software, a durable design, and plentiful ports.
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