Summary: In a weird way, my excitement about Windows 8 tablets started with the Motorola Atrix , which is neither a tablet nor runs Windows 8. Basically, the Atrix promised to turn your gadgets into Legos. You have one device — in the Atrix's case a smartphone — that holds all your data, apps, and settings. Then you go about your life, adding and removing peripherals as you need them. Need a big screen? Toss it into a tablet or connect it to a monitor. Need to get some work done?
Pros: Solid build quality, Good battery life, One of the best Bluetooth keyboards I've used
Cons: Gets expensive quickly, You'll want an external mouse at all times, Atom processor can't handle powerful apps
Excerpt: Not every tablet owner is a youngster wanting the latest tech because it’s the cool new gadget to own. Tablets actually have a valid place in the business world as well where their ultraportability makes ultrabooks look like backbreaking anchors. The ThinkPad 2 is one such tablet built from the ground up for those who need to get work done on the road.
Pros: Brilliant stylus Windows 8 Pro lots of outputs.
Cons: Very expensive plastic case underperforming.
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 2 review: solid Windows 8 tablet
2 July 2013
Excerpt: The Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 2 is a business tablet and competes with the HP ElitePad and the Dell Latitude 10, but these three devices all have their own take on the concept. The Elitepad resembles an iPad quite a bit, the Latitude is a bit of a fatty and this Lenovo is different in its own right.