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Lenovo ThinkPad 8 Tablet (20BN000UUS)

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  • 8.3 inches Display - Intel Z3770 Quad Core 1.46GHz(2MB Cache, boost up to 2.39GHz)- Windows 8.1 32-bit
  • Office Home and Student 2013 Full Version - Intel HD graphics (Bay Trail) - 2GB 8500MB PC3 DDR3 onboard memory
  • 64 GB eMMC storage - Up to 8 hours of battery - 802.11 a/b/g/n wifi - Bluetooth 4.0
  • 1 x Mini USB 3.0 - Micro HDMI 1.4a - MicroSD Slot
  • Front: 2 MP (HD1080p) - Rear: 8MP (HD1080p) w/ Auto Focus and Flash - Webcam: 720p support
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Display Size 8.3 inches 8 inches 10.1 inches 8 inches
Native Resolution 1920 x 1200 1200 x 800 1366 x 768 1280 x 800
Item Weight 0.95 pounds 0.8 pounds 1.3 pounds 0.87 pounds
Processors intel atom 2.4 GHz intel atom 1.3 GHz Atom Z670 1.8 GHz intel atom 1.8 GHz
Operating System Windows 8.1 Windows 8.1 Windows 8 Pro Windows 8
Memory 2 GB DDR3 2 GB DDR3L SDRAM 2 GB DDR3-SDRAM 2 GB DDR3L SDRAM
Hard Disk Size 0 GB 64 GB 320 GB 32 GB
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Screen Size8.3 inches
Screen Resolution1920 x 1200
Max Screen Resolution1920 x 1200 pixels
Processor2.4 GHz Intel Atom
RAM2 GB DDR3
Memory Speed 1067 MHz
Hard Drive0 GB
Chipset BrandIntel
Wireless Type802.11bgn
Number of USB 3.0 Ports 1
Average Battery Life (in hours) 8 hours
Brand NameLenovo
SeriesThinkPad
Item model number20BN000UUS
Operating SystemWindows 8.1
Item Weight15.2 ounces
Item Dimensions L x W x H8.83 x 5.20 x 0.35 inches
Color Black
Rear Webcam Resolution 2 MP
Processor BrandIntel
Processor Count4
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Flash Memory Size64
Audio-out Ports (#)1
Battery TypeLithium Polymer (LiPo)
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  
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Best Sellers Rank #13,152 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableFebruary 15, 2014
  
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Product Description

Experience full PC performance on the go. ThinkPad 8 is a tablet with the computing power to run your desktop applications anywhere, anytime, and connect seamlessly to wired or wireless networks. The brilliant 8.3" HD display and longer battery life make this a multimedia powerhouse, all in a light, slim and stylish tablet. It's perfect for business or school and everything between.

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Overview


The Business Tablet with Full PC Experience.

The 8.3" multimode ThinkPad 8 tablet features the best offerings from Lenovo, Microsoft, and Intel combined into one productive, mobile, secure device with faster graphics and three modes: Tablet, Desktop, and Tent. It offers extreme mobility for professionals, weighing less than 1 lb and lasting up to 8 hours on a single battery charge.


Features


Multimode Versatility

Enjoy the portability of tablet mode when you're on the go, or connect the ThinkPad 8 to an optional USB 3.0 dock (sold separately) or monitor to use it as a PC. To watch a video or run a slideshow, flip over the optional Quickshot Cover (sold separately) to enter Tent Mode. ThinkPad 8 models configured with Windows 8.1 include a full version of Office Home & Student 2013. Do more with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote preloaded on your PC. No additional purchase required.


Full HD (1920x1200) Display With IPS Technology

The vibrant 8.3" wide-view display yields 25-percent more viewing area than similar tablets in this size class, and uses In-Plane Switching (IPS) for vivid colors and nearly 180-degree viewing angles. Running touch-optimized Windows 8 apps as well as familiar desktop software (including Microsoft Office), the ThinkPad 8 is ready for work. Easily share content wirelessly across multiple devices with Lenovo QuickCast 2.0 and stream presentations or HD video without cables with Lenovo QuickDisplay 2.0. Use Lenovo Reach to set up a personal cloud that securely delivers a consistent experience across all of your devices


Ten-Finger Multitouch Technology

Seamlessly integrate with Windows 8.1 and enjoy more precise control. Keep your data secure with features like TPM 2.0, Mobile Device Management, Workplace Join, and an auto-triggered VPN function when the user selects an app or function requiring access to corporate data.


Dual 1080p HD Cameras

2MP front-facing webcam for crystal-clear video conferencing, supported by dual digital array microphones with noise cancellation and VoIP optimization. 8MP rear-facing camera with auto-focus and -flash, and video recording.


Online Connectivity Options

With 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 you'll be able to connect to the internet wherever you go.


HDMI Output

The micro HDMI-out port allows easy connection to an HD television or other monitor.


Customer Reviews

I don't understand how a technical designer got away with that.
Brian Lee
No lock-ups, no dilapidation of screen quality, no slowing of CPU responsiveness.
Impulse Buyer
This is the ONLY 8" windows tablet with 1920x1200 resolution !
K. Li

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Impulse Buyer on February 18, 2014
premium 8" windows 8.1 tablet. i have had the Dell Venue- to sluggish and mid tier audio, Toshiba Encore- received 2 duds in a row, ASUS Note 8- hard to get it booted sometimes and the digitizer likes to quit working intermittently, and now this guy- premium feel and that extra 0.3" on the screen DOES make a difference. I use this tablet for portability and to run a full version of Firefox. i mainly watch video and shop so it's amazing screen made it worth the price. i got it cheaper used and bundled with the quickshot cover. i read all the reviews and everyone had valid points, but i personally feel it was worth the extra expense. one more note is it has the best response to multiple apps. very pleased.

UPDATED(8/22/2014): Still love this tablet. No lock-ups, no dilapidation of screen quality, no slowing of CPU responsiveness. The charging cable does tick me off though, it's a specialty type like the dang i Pad has. So make sure you keep an extra charger with you, I recommend decreasing the screen brightness to conserve battery duration. Will update again later.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By M. Gerrish on June 30, 2014
This product was in "pre-order" mode at Amazon for too long, so I ended up getting it directly from Microsoft. This isn't a verified purchase.

I wanted a media device to replace my (well loved, much used) Kindle 8.9 HD, but with a modern Windows environment that would synch to my laptop and cell phone.

Kindles are excellent, but limited. With the ThinkPad 8 Touchscreen, I have all the web surfing and media consumption capabilities we expect of a laptop (including the Kindle app for books), but that's comfortable to hold in one hand (while lounging on the couch!).

If there isn't an app for it, I can pin my favorite websites to the tile screen, making the device customizable in a way that Kindle could never be.

Any business I might do would be through a word processor and Kindle was really lame at that. I can easily use MS Word 365 on this tablet and print and whatever else, but that's what my laptop is for and so I don't. But I could, is important to note.

I cuddle up with the ThinkPad and scour the latest from News Bento, watch YouTube videos, catch up on FB, see the family pics on Instagram, browse Pinterest, check trivia on IMDB and watch Netflix or HuluPlus (or Amazon videos -- pin to start!), add to the grocery list in OneNote, which will appear as if by magic (!) on the phone when I hit the store, read my favorite magazines thanks to Next Issue, fuss with my collection of phone photos that are handily saved in the cloud, and that includes editing with Adobe Photoshop Express, and comfortably Skype with friends and family, far and wide. And more! But I don't have all day.

It costs less than the comparable 64gb latest generation Kindle 8.
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28 of 39 people found the following review helpful By David Tenser on June 12, 2014
I got a Thinkpad 8 to use as my general travel device to cut down the bulk and weight in my carry-on. My thinking was that this would be a device I could use casually for play from the couch, as well as (reasonably) productively when not in my primary work locations. However, this turned out to be a pretty crippling compromise. I don't intend to write a thorough review, but I wanted to list the primary cons that make it less suitable as a work device, despite Lenovo's marketing around this device.

* While the screen is gorgeous and high res, it's impractical to use traditional desktop software on it because of the high resolution and small screen. Most things are just too small, and next to impossible to use with your fingers. At work, I use Vidyo all day (online video conferencing software) and Firefox. For the latter, I can use IE in tile mode instead because it's just a smoother experience, but it makes me sad because I much prefer Firefox. Hopefully Firefox will ship a tile optimized version of their browser in the future. (As a side-note, while Chrome does have a tile optimized view of their browser, it doesn't work on Thinkpad 8 yet. I'm not sure why, but all I see is a partial rectangle with lots of broken graphics. I'm sure they're working on a fix as I write this.)

* The performance of the Atom chip is not quite what I was hoping for. My expectation was that this would be usable and comparable to a lower end laptop, but when running Vidyo with a few participants, video and audio starts to chop up. I've given up using Vidyo on this device because people tell me I'm breaking up during the calls.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Accountability on November 30, 2014
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Apparently this little guy works extremely well. I don't know what magic Lenovo has used, but the processor pegs out at 2.25GHz with all 4 cores in use and 2.4GHz when just 1 is in use. Dramatic performance improvement over other 8 inch tablets that start at around 1.8GHz and then after a few seconds throttle down to 1.33Ghz. Unexpectedly, this table is 50-70% faster than the Dell Venue 8 Pro in number crunching (benchmarks and video encoding).

Oh, did I mention the 1200p screen is gorgeous?

Battery life is a tad on the slim side. Also, speakers are quiet

Technical:
- Set it up with a clean install of Windows 8.1 (with the USB3 hub, this is trivial with a keyboard and mouse) to erase the recovery partition. Lenovo has made it so that the recovery partition is co-active with the main partition to save main partition space -- this made erasing it glitch out (force-erasing with DiskPart only works in recovery -- and then fries boot irreparably even with GPT-aware rebuilding and EFI chasing, so don't try it).
- Because speakers are quiet, be sure to grab some kind of FX booster online (there are free ones out there that do great noise leveling and amplification across the whole system such as DFX). Makes it nice and loud without wasting much RAM or resources.
- To use multiple bluetooth devices simultaneously with Wifi, you must go into device manager and disable HybridCoEx bluetooth collaboration in the Wireless adapter settings
- To get newer versions of the bluetooth and wifi drivers, feel free to use the 64-bit executables on the Lenovo support page -- they also contain updated 32-bit versions. (This is not true of the platform drivers, but many others).
- No lenovo-branded software is essential, but the Power Manager is highly recommended.
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