Conclusion: I tested the rear-facing camera on the ThinkPad under the same conditions that I did with the Acer and received about the same results. Simply put, tablet cameras aren't very good; none of them. You'd have similar or better luck with a basic smartphone camera. Something like Apple's iPhone 4 would easily put these to shame. The same goes for video recording quality – it's just not a high point for the ThinkPad.
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).