|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1280 x 800|
|Max Screen Resolution||1280 x 800 pixels|
|Processor||1 GHz Tegra 2.0|
|RAM||2 GB DDR2|
|Memory Speed||600 MHz|
|Hard Drive||32 GB SSD|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Tegra 2 T20 GeForce ULP|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
Lenovo ThinkPad 1838-25U 10.1" 32GB Tablet (With Stylus)
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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.
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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!
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.
I am a desktop person moving to laptops so I don't use my Lenovo tablet for email, or for surfing or bunches of games. It's a sketchpad. I can tell you that the other tablets I've seen seem to do better for business. Just my opinion. The screen is pretty and very strong. I haven't used the camera or the audio nor the HDMI. From the processing speed on my tablet, I can't see how it would output anything in MPEG much less BlueRay spectrum.
There are some bad things about it. It's thick. It's heavy. The stylus uses a AAAA (not AAA) battery. Using the stylus chows down on the battery. I get about 2 hours on a charge with the stylus. When using fingers, I get between 6 and 8 hours. There is a bunch of wasted space at the top and bottom of the home screen. Almost 2 icons worth of space is useless. White space is nice but 2 rows? Little too much. Same thing at the bottom, 2 empty rows you can't use when one would be wonderful.Read more ›
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