|Item model number||59349664|
|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.2 x 0.4 x 7.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||10.2 x 0.38 x 7.5 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
Lenovo Perfect Detachable Keyboard Dock for the Lenovo Idea Tab Lynx (59349664)
|Price:||$109.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- Detachable keyboard dock
- Secondary battery extends the tablet's battery life
- Standard QWERTY Keyboard
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-There is a major issue with the dock, it simply cannot handle fast typing, onany level, as justoccurred, a keystroke, most often the space, will not register. Trying different angles and pressure did not help. I tried a Bluetooth keyboard and it was fine, s the issue is not with Windows 8 or other software. Thouh many reviews have stated mentied this issue, on both Amazon and by professional reviews, Lenovo claims it is not a known issue.
-Next the keyboard does not seem to charge the devie while it is plugged in. It will charge the tablet if it has power, however once plugged nto the wall it stops charging the tablet, it also does not charge from thewall while the tablet is plugged in. This could be a defect in this device, it seems likely as there is another issue that is most certainluy a defect; the battery in thedock just suddenly drops 30% of itscharge a some point during use. It has happened very time I have used it so far. It also does not charge to full all the time.
-Thouh th dck connection is quite strong to the tablet, the keyboard has a notable amount of give especially toward the front, where eventhe smallest pressure can depress it.
-Typing is annoying even without the flawed entry, as they onscreen keyboard pops up every time, even though there is a keyboard attached, and takes up most of your text field.
-The tablet itself, seems solid, though there is an obvioue anduntractive seem between thefront and back.
-The speakers are lightly below average for a tablet of this size.
-The screen is nearly the only positive, it is bright, ery bright and has goodcolour accuracy.Read more ›
1. It randomly drops keystrokes. This is not good when you're busily typing an email, and inexcusable given that it's effectively a USB keyboard. I've tried a bluetooth keyboard with this computer and had no problems at all.
2. The touchpad is a little too "touchy." The slightest, tiniest graze of a finger will leave you typing your last name in your password field (or whatever).
3. Getting the computer to release takes a hard pull and a hard, deep push on the release button. I've nearly sent the whole thing flying across the room when it unexpectedly didn't let go.
4. Lenovo's solution to supporting this whisper-thin tablet was to completely envelop it in plastic where it docks with the keyboard. It's functional, but ugly and it's so thick that it prevents the keyboard-tablet combo from fitting into an 11" case.
There are four nice things about this keyboard/dock that others have noted, but they don't outweigh the problems.
1. The addition of full-sized USB ports is awesome.
2. The "short term" battery is nice, though hardly necessary for a power-sipper like the Lynx
3.Read more ›
Also, I got this at staples for $99.
- Touchpad: It is single-touch and the second button is kinda tricky. (Lenovo could have done a much better job with it)
- Docking port: Nothing wrong with it but it kinda ugly and thick.
- No function key to turn-off the touchpad (It can be disabled through Device Manager if you don't want to step on it when using an external mouse)
- F4 Key - This will close apps without asking for confirmation. (You can close an app you are working with if you hit it by mistake) (Especially with any web browser since the key F5 servers to refresh websites)
- More battery! You can easily add 4+ hours of battery to the tablet.
- Charging system: The tablet will fully charge before the dock starts getting some juice.
Note: USE the provided power adapter AND Micro-USB cable to charge the dock AND tablet at the same time.
I have read a few reviews about people complaining that the tablet or dock will not charge when the tablet is docked. I was experiencing the same issue because I was using a LONGER Micro-USB cable (the one included with the tablet is quite short). I don't know the reason behind it but I know that most tablets/smartphones (ipad, google, galaxy) experience charging issues with third party cables/chargers (some work and other won't).
- The keyboard itself feels nice to type on
- Two extra USB 2.0 ports
- PRODUCTIVITY - This docks turns the tablet into an actual Laptop replacement. (I use it more that my main computer which is very fast)
Overall I'm very satisfied with my purchase.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
battery doesn't charge, but the keyboard works great, and adds 2 full sized usb ports which this tablet really needs. Now i know why it was so cheap.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
It's a piece of junk frankly. I'll never - ever buy another Lenovo.Published 13 months ago by Don L.
Initially I loved the fact that this doubled as a charger for the tablet. It really the device more of a cheap tablet laptop to me. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Karan Suraj