|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768 pixels|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768 pixels|
|Processor||1.8 GHz Atom Z2760|
|RAM||2 GB SDRAM|
|Memory Speed||800 MHz|
|Hard Drive||64 GB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
Lenovo 36795MU ThinkPad Tablet 2 10.1-Inch 64GB Tablet (Black)
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Update - OK, now after a couple months with the tab I can say I like it better than ever. My Android and iPad tabs are unused. The only problem I have with it is it suffers from the unending Microsoft patch cycle - there are always OS updates waiting. But regardless when I'm on the road, I only need this tab. Office runs perfectly, it talks to my printers, it links to my phone, it just works. I can watch movies on it with good sound, which surprises me every time. It needs to be louder, but as far as clarity goes you can't beat it. I'd love to compare it to the Kindle Fire HD which reportedly has awesome sound, but I don't have one. In any case, if you want a Windows 8 tab, this is the one you want. It's the tab that finally convinced me a tab can stand in for a laptop. I did buy the keyboard for prolonged typing, but so far I haven't needed it much. If you do type, you want that keyboard. There are several, but while the Lenovo keyboard has it's faults and lack of features, the actual keyboard is the best.
Don't bother, however, with the Lenovo origami cover. It's poorly made and frustrating to use. There are better ones out there. Like, almost any of them :)
- Low performance (due to using SDRAM instead of DDRAM => quite slow);
- Cannot replace your PC;
- Long lasting battery duration (1 - 2 days);
- Stylus pen with wacom tech (need to install latest wacom driver);
- Good touch screen and brightness;
- Nice design and compact form;
- Included MS Office with Words, Excel, Ppt;
- Can run Windows programs;
- Slow performance (esp. when you run multiple tasks);
- Crash sometimes and need to restart again (with about 9-second holding power button);
- USB 2.0 and non-supporting my 500Gb box;
- Take quite a long time to get 100% recharged (about >10 hours with battery <20%).
Sent it back to Lenovo believing it would be repaired under warranty. When checking the status with the company, Levono blamed it on user abuse and wants $750 to replace the LCD. The Tablet was not abused and it was in mint condition. I've tried to explain to the customer representative (at least I though it was) at the time that there was no abuse and to consider the condition of the tablet before claiming abuse. After trying to for few minutes without going anywhere, I realized the operator just forwarded me to the billing department after taking my warranty claim number. This is when I realized the goal of this company.
Subpar products + over charging for repairs = Profit!
To top if all off, a brand new Thinkpad 2 is $544 on Amazon (9/10/2013), some $200 less than a LCD replacement fee from Lenovo.
Will never buy another Lenovo product again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had to return it because it would not send the email verification needed to get into the apps store. Read morePublished 1 month ago by s.woo
Been using it for 2+ years. A little less battery life between charges, but that's about it. Good for everything except gaming and video editing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lee Lasiter
My problem with the tablet that it doesn't work with external HDDPublished 14 months ago by Mohamed El-Sheikh
Its great, the pen works really good for notes and sketching. I love having all my programs with me, word, excel, pp when I travel to meetings. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Food king
Way to many "apps" preinstalled. SLOW very SLOW - always "crashing" or needing to reboot. Can not open Hulu or other apps. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Wauchula
great tablet for a great price. Has completely replaced my laptop computerPublished 18 months ago by JC