|Standing screen display size||10.1 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366x768|
|Memory Speed||800 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Power VR SGX545|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10 Hours|
Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 10.1" 64GB Win 8 Pro Tablet with Stylus(367927U)
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|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi|
|Operating System||Windows 8|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||10.3 x 6.48 x 0.39 inches|
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Three of the world's leading technology companies collaborated to build the world's leading tablet experience. Featuring the best that Lenovo, Microsoft and Intel have to offer, the ThinkPad Tablet 2 redefines business, appeasing IT manager and end user alike in one productive, mobile, reliable device.
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IMPORTANT: When you get the tablet update everything, the drivers it came pre-installed with are sub par and ruins your first impression; making you rethink your decision. First things first immediately update the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver, this is the one issue I had with it on reveal which ultimately ruined the 5 stars that I could have given it. Before this update EVERYTHING lagged, even the digitizer stylus had a glaring issue in latency. Now it's smooth sailing. Next do the usual Windows Store update and the Windows Update from the System and Security section on the Control Panel. I'd also suggest Lenovo System update to optimize any missing drivers. Once that's done go ahead and fiddle with Microsoft Onenote- It's all I've been using so far and it comes FREE!
You may need to calibrate the pen input for any accuracy in your writing, especially if you take the tablet to your side and write in a clipboard fashion. The pressure sensitivity is there but I find little use of it when you zoom in all the way to create notes, buying a wacom digitizer better enables the sensitivity somehow.
The pen feels cheap but is expensive to buy, however there is that slot to hold your pen so you have little chance of losing it, I actually had trouble getting it out. I would personally suggest purchasing a Wacom digitizer with an eraser as you will be making mistakes and having the ability to erase with ease is much more convenient than selecting a piece of text and hitting delete. My personal opinion on that, but the stylus works just fine.
It's no powerhouse by any means(And was never meant to be), but it gets the job done, when you need to write notes or make a document that is what it was built for.
I noticed it gets a little warm near the power button, not hot. But it's nothing too discerning as I've been writing notes away nonstop.
This is the quintessential productivity windows tablet so far it's been holding up to my expectations, short as the memory is, you can buy a 64 gb micro sd card to expand easily. There's also the option of using skydrive which is okay but I think it wastes valuable battery life on the tablet.
The outside camera is great for taking a picture of a worksheet with great quality, I've never skyped with this tablet and don't plan to but I heard it is adequate for those calls.
I purchased the Poetic keybook case for it as I knew I would need the keyboard and the offical keyboard for this tablet is far too expensive and doesn't enclose it or come with a case. A far greater deal on my wallet.
The thing that you need to consider when buying any Windows 8 ATOM processor tablet, is battery life or processing power more important? If you are expecting an ATOM to run like an i-3 or AMD processor, you will be disappointed. But if you are aware of the processors shortcomings and you need your tablet to run more than 3 or 4 hours then you will be happy with the ATOM processor.
The Tablet 2 is a nice example of a Windows 8 tablet. It has a full size USB connector, mini HDMI, docking port connector, micro SDHC memory slot, 2 stereo speakers and a micro USB charging port. Now you see many people complain about the micro USB not being usable for data. What's the problem? You have a full size USB why would you then want to also have an adapter dangling from your highly mobile device! Not to mention that you are more likely to run into a micro USB chargger than some proprietary one that Lenovo could have come up with! Also many complain about the main USB not being able to drive the normal USB fair, well, as I see it you have already compromised on processor power for battery life, why do you want to burn that battery up powering an external USB device? Even if you do not plan on drawing with the pen, it comes in handy while using Windows! There are times when you can not resize the screen. So the pen comes in handy when trying to get things done in small areas.
This will not replace your laptop or PC, but rather compliment them if you need to do Windows on the go or watch your media and don't mind that you can't play the newest game, then you will most likely enjoy the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2.
I've only had it for about 10 days, but so far, I have not experienced any performance issues other than during my initial installation of Windows and app patches. That seemed to take a while, but with automatic updates enabled, it's a one-time event. Otherwise, I've found OS and application performance to be perfectly acceptable. You're obviously going to experience a different level of performance between an Atom processor like the TPT2, and an i5 like the Surface Pro. However, for the types of uses I have for a 10-inch device, I've found the TPT2 to be very responsive. This isn't a device for running Hyper-V, playing Call of Duty or editing a huge spreadsheet in Excel. Used for its intended purposes - for anything you'd truly want to do on a 10-inch tablet - it's awesome.
The build quality of this tablet is excellent. Yes, it's plastic, but it's very sturdy and appears to be well built. I have not had any issues with touch or the stylus - the screen is very responsive.
One important issue I would like to point out is that the stylus is very important, and it can't be added later (the stylus models have a different screen). I stronly recommend this exact model - the 367927U - specifically for that reason. The stylus is invaluable in desktop mode, where many of the controls, menus etc. are way too small for easy touch access. Also, some web sites seem to have menus, login prompts, and other elements that don't work well with touch. Even if you don't ever envision yourself using the stylus for writing or drawing, it greatly simplifies a number of usage scenarios, and it's more than worth the small extra cost. This modely gets you Windows 8 Pro, as well, which among other things adds BitLocker encryption. The TPT2 includes a TPM to facilitate full disk encryption, so this is a nice added benefit for security conscious users.
As far as the negatives others have pointed out: it's true that the TPT2 will not accommodate an external USB device that requires power from the PC, such as external hard drives. It does support flash drives well, and any USB device with its own power (printers etc), and the optional dock will provide power to any USB device connected there. The included power cable is indeed quite short, but these are available anywhere. The cable plugs into the power supply rather than being permanently connected, so for a couple of bucks you can get a longer one if necessary. I've seen reviewers wish for a higher resolution screen. I disagree with this personally, finding the TPT2 screen perfect for my uses, but this is a matter of individual choice. If you think you might prefer the resolution of a different device, I recommend looking for yourself rather than rejecting the TPT2 based on specs alone. I've seen complaints about wi-fi issues and glitches seemingly related to power management. I have not seen anything like that myself, and wonder if they might be associated with the earliest shipping units - I've had no performance or bug-type issues at all, no freezing, hanging, or random restarts. I did run the Lenovo updating app, which installed some updates, so maybe these things have been fixed.
If you are considering the TPT2 but have doubts, I'd strongly urge you to go and look at one. Any negative comments I've seen on these, other than those who got them right at first release, have been from people commenting based on specs rather than actual performance. If you get your hands on one, you'll almost surely love it as much as I do.
(One last comment - Amazon Marketplace merchant 17th St. Photo shipped this within an hour or two of my order, well packaged, and it arrived in perfect condition).
Top reviews from other countries
Light with more than 10 hours battery life. The included stylus works really well. Really useful for an engineering student :)
I highly recommend :)
And it's way cheaper than Lenovo or best buy website
I've been a fan of Thinkpad for years, and this tablet is a perfect complement. I find I'm using it more than I expected when I bought it...
I love the handwriting function on Onenote as I need to take a lot of notes,
The price is really good too, I really satisfy with ThinkPad 2.