Reviews and Problems with Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 3679
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great deal on a used tablet these are commercially built for professionals
13 March 2015
Summary: if you are looking for a professional Windows based tablet this is a great option note: this is not a gaming media consuption Android toy this is meant to be a second portable tablet computer. I am pleased with the purchase and would recommend to people that would like a tablet computer just as a side note the battery in this tablet is replaceable you just have to pop the back off and put a new battery Nearly all Android tablet and most tablets do not have user...
Summary: This is a product that was released without much of quality assurance. 1) Touch response is flaky. 2) The device locks up every once in a while. Remains unresponsive for a few seconds and then comes back 3) The power receptacle is a serious problem. I sent two of my tablets for repairs for the same exact problem of not able to charge, when it was in warranty. One of the tablet is now collecting dust because the problem came back again and it is now out of warranty.
Summary: The reasons I am giving this Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 36795MU a 4 stars because of a lack of USB 3.0, generally slow Atom processor performance, and no 4G LTE broad band. The Windows 8 updates took a long time to finish. When I watch movies online, it stops frequently while this issue does not happen on my Android and iPad. Video and sound quality are excellent though.
Summary: This tablet is the real deal. Full-blown Windows 8 computer in a inexpensive tablet. I use it every day to complement my phone and computer. The stylus is great and the handwriting recognition is superb. If you have been on the fence about a windows 8 tablet, buy this one. Highly recommended.
Summary: Great tablet! I put a 64 Gig micro SD card in it and it works great! Upgrade from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 went without any problem. I wasn't able to get a SIMM card recognized, but a Virgin Mobile Broadband2Go doggle works fine. WiFi and Bluetooth also work great. The stylus takes a while to get used to and seems to lose calibration, though - hence, four stars on performance.
Summary: after 6 months use the screen showed 2 black lines, I sent it for repair under warrantee, and they said there are invisible crack on the screen and not covered by warrantee, asked for 750 to repair, the lenovo thinkpad was barely used so how could its screen crack by itself, apparently a quality issue the same issue for another customer http://www.amazon.com/review/R28IC6BHWI2EFH/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm?