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Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 Review
10 July 2013
Summary: Alongside our ThinkPad 2 review unit, Lenovo shipped an optional bluetooth keyboard stand, a companion device specifically tailored to the ThinkPad 2 which retails for about $120 . Please note that the keyboard is simply a keyboard and stand -- nothing more.
Summary: The Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 was the company’s attempt to create a new version of their original tablet equipped with Windows 8, but unfortunately, its specs and its overall experience gave us the feeling of a low-budget tablet, even though this particular tablet we reviewed is priced at $729, and...
Conclusion: It's hard to not love this little guy. If you're looking for a small Windows 8 tablet, this is one of the smallest and lightest, yet it's sturdy and ready for the road. Battery life is super and standby times are among the best we've seen on a Windows tablet.
Pros: Supremely thin and light, sharp display, 3G/4G option, Wacom digitizer with pen.
Cons: 3G/4G option is quite expensive. USB port lacks power to run portable hard drives.
Excerpt: The combination of Windows 8 and Intel's latest generation of low-power, Atom processors has led to a new wave of productivity-friendly tablets with long battery life and the ability to run desktop apps like Microsoft Office, along with all the touch-friendly apps from the Windows Store.
Summary: Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 è un tablet con sistema operativo Windows 8 Professional, display IPS da 10 pollici, risoluzione 1366x768 pixel, processore Intel Atom, chip NFC, uscita video HDMI e modulo 3G (o 4G) per la connessione a Internet in mobilità