|Screen Size||8.3 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1200 pixels|
|Processor||2.4 GHz Intel Atom|
|RAM||2 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||1067 MHz|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||8 hours|
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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Oh, did I mention the 1200p screen is gorgeous?
Battery life is a tad on the slim side. Also, speakers are quiet
- 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.Read more ›
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.
If you plug in a MicroSD card, be prepared to find some tweezers to pull that sucker back out. You certainly won't be able to use your fingers to pull it out. They did NOT include a spring-back mechanism to cause the SD card to peep out. I scuffed up an expensive 128GB MicroSD Card and I'm not happy at all.
Here's a tip: Use Cello-tape to create a small tab on the SD card so you can use your nails to pull it out.
I don't understand how a technical designer got away with that. It's a hint to what type of quality control and real-world testing they do on their products!
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This computer is great as a tablet. As it has Windows 10 you can also use it like a regular computer. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Shregg
With a high price and a poor battery, the Thinkpad 8 should be the first Windows tablet to removed from your shopping list.Published 19 months ago by LANDyN
Great product for the price . Only item that is missing is the support of a fine stylus. If only Lenovo have builds in support fort active stylus. This is the perfect tablet.Published 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
Tablet hardware is as advertised. Be warned this tablet will not run Windows 8.1 64-bit. The processor is compatable, but Lenovo will not upgrade the firmware to support it.Published 23 months ago by Robert Riggio
This is the ONLY 8" windows tablet with 1920x1200 resolution ! All others 8" windows tablets only have 1200x800 resolutions which is really lame/weak when you can see the... Read morePublished on July 14, 2014 by K. Li