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Lenovo ThinkPad 1838-25U 10.1" 32GB Tablet (With Stylus)

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  • Android 3.1 10.1 inches Display
  • NVIDIA Tegra 2.0 1.0 GHz
  • 32 GB, 1GB
  • 802_11_BGN wireless
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Screen Size10.1 inches
Screen Resolution1280 x 800
Max Screen Resolution1280 x 800 pixels
Processor1 GHz Tegra 2.0
RAM2 GB DDR2
Memory Speed 600 MHz
Hard Drive32 GB SSD
Graphics CoprocessorTegra 2 T20 GeForce ULP
Chipset BrandNVIDIA
Wireless Type802.11bgn
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1
Brand NameLenovo
SeriesThink Tablet
Item model number183825U
Hardware PlatformPC
Operating SystemAndroid 3.1
Item Weight1.6 pounds
Item Dimensions L x W x H7.15 x 0.57 x 10.25 inches
Color Black
Rear Webcam Resolution 5 MP
Processor BrandNVIDIA
Processor Count1
Computer Memory TypeSDRAM
Flash Memory Size32 GB
Hard Drive InterfaceSerial ATA
Battery TypeLithium Polymer (LiPo)
  
Additional Information
ASINB005F0I8GI
Best Sellers Rank #7,953 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 28, 2011
  
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Product Description

Do more with the business tablet that does it all. The all-business ThinkPad tablet has all the security, access and power you demand. Get more done when you combine those dynamic features with Android and it's robust world of apps.

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Customer Reviews

IF you are on the fence, get off it and go for this.
Sean P.
The pen feature is great I use it exclusively now to take notes.
Rayner Wilmot
Average battery life is nowhere near the 8 hours claimed.
BG

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

56 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy on September 4, 2011
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So I ordered this tablet from the manufacturer and the ship estimate was about a month out, so I ordered it from Amazon instead and it shipped within the week. I got the product and I love this tablet,the stylus is great, the tablet feels sturdy, and it works great. I will say it is not as snappy as say the galaxy tab, but this has plenty of features that I think more than make up for it such as the as card reader, full USB port. It is much more professional than many other tablets and is well worth it
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162 of 186 people found the following review helpful By Sean P. on September 27, 2011
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I have tested out the following Tablets running Android over the last 3 months:

Xoom (I own this one), Galaxy Tab 10.1 (returned this one), Asus Transformer (returned), HTC Flyer (returned after almost keeping), Toshiba Thrive (tested in store), HTC Jetstream (test for over an hour in store), and Sony S (sitting next to me on table ready to be shipped back).

Of all those listed above, prior to receiving my Lenovo which I am writing this review on right now using Logitech Android BT keyboard, I still believe that non of this could touch the Xoom in terms of overall experience and build quality. But, Moto to me is dead. They are dead to me. No 4g after promising for MONTHS we would have it, SD card activated after 8 months of waiting, and a marketing dept that is deceptive and doesn't care about the overall consumer. It shows in their phones, with my Droid 3 being a total disaster, and therefore, will never buy another device from them EVER.

Along comes the Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet, and I have found the device that will let me leave my Xoom forever, to sell it to someone else on ebay! Why?

I was close to keeping and recommending the Sony S, but I just cannot get over the plastic feel of it, and the fact they are really catering to the video gaming movie watching consumer. If that is you, the Sony is would be your machine. But if you are like me, on the road a lot, and in need of a sturdy business centrix tablet, than this is going to be for you.

Lenovo has already sent over 2 OTA upgrades, but neither of them were for 3.2. Therefore, instead of being able to access Android Market for movies, you will have to use mSpot, which comes with this device.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Matt on September 24, 2011
At the moment certain stores sell the 32GB model for under $520 so I picked one up recently and am blown away. The new Thinkpad Tablet is fantastic! It runs Honeycomb extremely well and the stylus input is perfect. I'm just waiting for more apps to make use of the pressure sensitivity and inking. However, even right now there are some good office/pdf apps that handle Microsoft Office formats for reading and editing which is exactly what I wanted to take notes in class.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By M on November 2, 2011
Overall, it good for a PhD student to annotate papers and take notes for various talks, but the softwares need more works.

Pros:
1. Paper annotation: You can open paper in Dropbox and write your notes with the pen in ezPDF app, then all your notes will be automatically synchronized by Dropbox. You will never lose your notes on your favorite paper.
2. Note taking: Unlike others, I do not usually need handwriting recognition capability. Maybe most of my notes are in the form of mathematical expressions or graphs. Hence, I use Quill and Writepad to write my notes during talks. After back to my office, I will output those notes into PDF and put in Word documents and type additional comments for future references.
3. Email and Calendar: With this tablet, I do not need to sit in my office for a whole day. I can read my papers and books outside, and this tablet will remind me when an important E-mail comes in or I have a meeting within 15 mins. Good for your health!

Cons:
1. Gmail app: Horrible! You can only access E-mail in Inbox. You can not search E-mail or access E-mail with tags. Definitely need update from Lenovo. BTW, this tablet will NOT let you to install Gmail app from market.
2. Note Mobile app: Handwriting recognition is OK, but you can not rotate the screen to take notes. Also, not like Quill and Writepad app, Note Mobile does not have the option to disable finger touch, so sometimes your palm will leave marks on your notes. So, I primarily use Writepad app for notes taking.

Also, it will be fantastic if there is an app which can take notes and synchronize with Microsoft Onenote.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Richard on October 14, 2011
I was so frustrated with my iPad2 that I returned it. It was so locked down as to be a toy.

Important facts:
* Honeycomb is a nice tablet UI--I find it matches my computing style better than iOS4.
* The hardware is comparable in bulk to an iPad1--not as svelt as an iPad2, but not bad.
* Tablet has a full USB port, a micro USB port, SD Card reader, SIM card reader, and pocket for the pen.
* I really like dedicated hardware buttons for common Android tasks.

Nice surprises:
* Lenovo claims it is OEM unlocked (haven't verified yet).
* All the junkware included with the tablet can be uninstalled easily (unlike my Sprint phone).
* Lenovo includes a useful USB application that allows transferring files via Thumbdrive (functional, but missing some features).
* The handwriting recognition with the pen is better than I expected.

This Thinkpad tablet has exceeded my expectations. I am excited for my keyboard folio to arrive (on backorder).

I highly recommend getting this tablet.

EDIT: This tablet was great for 13 months of moderate use. The warranty was 12 months. The volume button and power button both stopped working. I was okay using the software volume, but the power button is critical to awaken the tablet. Internet research says that it is a very common problem, and I was able to solder it back together so that it works most of the time. Lenovo really let me down.
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