Reviews and Problems with Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 3679
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Nice tablet - but beware of Lenovo post-warranty support
Amazon Customer, Amazon
23 July 2015
Summary: This business-quality tablet computer from Lenovo worked well for about 10 months and then abruptly refused to reboot. It was returned to Lenovo support and they found that a memory chip was defective.
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.
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.
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.
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.