Summary: I'm a digital artist, so I've been drooling over the thought of having a tablet I could draw on. I hate the capacitive touch screens for drawing as I'm used to using a Wacom tablet, so nothing out there was ever up to par for what I wanted to do. Then came the ThinkPad. A friend of mine bought it for himself and I started to play with it. He never really used it, so I got it as a Christmas present.
Summary: I've had this tablet for many months & have very little to complain about . My biggest issues are the positioning of the full sized USB that I wish was located on the side & the miniscule speaker sound. Having read many reviews, I can understand the complaint about charging in the micro port. This is easily rectified by purchasing the charging dock for about $30. The dock charges quickly.
Summary: I have had this tablet for almost a year and I enjoy it everyday more. I've only one dissapoitment whith it: is so slow for recharging batteries... please Lenovo... take care of this issue. I love my tablet.
Summary: As a user of desktops and laptops on Windows environment for professional purposes I chose this tablet once it seemed to keep some of the laptop features in a lighter and more flexible platform. The possibility to connect it to a physical keyboard in a compatible folio case was decisive for the choice. I am generally happy with the acquisition but had difficulties to activate the physical keyboard.
Summary: Just wanted to add my two cents, I make my living as an illustrator and wanted something portable to sketch on. I use a desktop Cintiq for most of my work. I was a bit wary of the Ntrig tech compared to the wacom I'm used to. I've owned tablet PCs before and wanted something slim, portable and simple. I have to say that while it's not a Cintiq, it does the job well and is fun to sketch on. Good line variation and pressure sensitivity in Sketchbook Pro, with no lag.
Summary: Really good pad for a good price. I bought it went it was at 259.99$. The pad is equiped with usb port and SD card slot and really enlarge the storage capacity. The interface and the application are hard to change/place. When under 300$, this pad cannot be beaten.
Summary: I need a tablet with hand writing capability so I can annotate in training and at meetings. The Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet fits my requirements perfectly after the disappointment I had with the HTC Evo View 4G. First the 10in form factor is better suited for handwriting and the included recognition software is a pleasure to use because it is incredibly accurate.
Summary: i relly enjoy the product, still trying to learn all the features, however the apple Ipad has a few feature that I wish lenovo had. A friend of mind show me a feature on his Ipad that lets him record information at a speech that was given, he was able to listen to it later, does Lenovo have that feature??