|Screen Size||12.5 inches|
|Processor||2.9 GHz Core i7-3520M|
|RAM||4 GB dimm|
|Hard Drive||500 GB mechanical_hard_drive|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 4000|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||6 hours|
Lenovo ThinkPad X230 Tablet 34352TU 12.5" LED Tablet PC - Core i7 i7-3520M 2.9GHz - Black
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- Processor: Intel CoreTM i7-3520M Dual Core Processor (4M Cache, 2.90GHz - 3.6GHz) 35W
- RAM: 4GB (4GB x 1) DDR3 1600Mhz / Hard Drive: 500GB 7200rpm HDD
- Optical Disc Drive: DVD Super Multi Burner / Operating System: Windows 7 Professional x64bit
- Manufacturer Warranty: 3 years warranty
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Thinkpad X230 Tablet
+ Core i7 2.90 GHz Ivy Bridge processor
+ 8 GM RAM
+ 128 GB Solid-State Drive
+ 1366x768 Matte Multi-Touch Screen with Active Stylus
+ 9-cell extended battery (sticks out the back and adds a bulge at the bottom; the 6-cell battery just sticks out the back)
+ Windows 7 Pro
+ Ultra-Base 3 with DVD/RW optical drive
- No discrete graphics card option
I've been a long-time Thinkpad fan--including 600E (late 1990s), R40 (early 2000s), T42 (mid 2000s), T420 (late 2000s)--for the rock-solid dependability, non-nonsense styling, and in particular the king-of-them-all keyboard. I mistakely tried a Dell Latitude E6400 for a couple of years, and I truly hated it, despite its own pointer stick and solid construction. When I decided to get this X230 Tablet, the only thing I was worried about was how the new keyboard was going to feel. Well, have no fear. I am a big fan of the new keyboard. It's got deep travel, its motion is the perfect blend between smooth travel and pleasing resistance, and the contoured surface actually feels comforable. This new keyboard is a winner. Other than that, there really isn't anything that needs to be said about this machine that the prospective buyer wouldn't already know. I loaded it up to the gills with the fastest and best of everything, except a 3G cellular card--totalled over $3000 MSRP before a the Ultrabase 3 and extra power adapters. On paper, the only thing the X230T lacks is discrete graphics, but the Intel HD 4000 integrated graphics that comes with the Ivy Bridge chipset is good enough for my occasional Engineering analysis and 3D modeling work--just make sure to get a least 8 GB RAM to share with the inegrated graphics.Read more ›
Buy it if you are a professional on the move. It is very sturdy, the HDD has rubber protection against falls.
The system has a feature that stops the HDD from spinning when it senses a drop or a hard knock.
The touchscreen is very accurate and fully responsive unlike other touch screen laptops I have owned.
The digitzing pen is very usefull with drawing programs from Adobe.
The bundled software does not contain any bloatware whatsoever.
The separate CD player and dock station is very handy for me, since I do not play any CDs or DVDs and therefore do not need to be carrying unecessary weight.
Ovall I give this computer a 100% approval for my needs.
The structural integrity is excellent and exhibits a very solid design in stark contrast to a HP Pavilion I had which was slightly flexible (you could bend it). That is definitely not happening with the X230. One concern I had while reviewing it was that the single, central hinge would be a point of weakness for the overall design. I've only had it for a week now but the hinge is showing no signs of wear and does not appear at all to be cheaply made. It provides a surprisingly greater resistance to motion and is quite a bit stronger than I was expecting. Another concern expressed by a review was that the edges of the keyboard frame rubbed against the lid at the hinge side when the laptop is closed producing a small white mark. This did occur on the lift side for me but I could care less because it's strictly a cosmetic issue and is easily fixed by placing a small piece of screen protector over the rubbing surfaces. This isn't a toy, it's a tool.
The keyboard is either the best or very close to the best keyboard I've ever used. I've been using shallow laptop keyboards for a while and this one puts them to shame.Read more ›
(2) Really BAD
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To be fair, I should be clear that the Amazon Seller, "GW Store" made available to me every option they could offer in helping me deal with the problems. They sell a Lenovo X230 Tablet that is well spec'd and was just what I needed for an extended trip abroad. That was the "Good". It was a "3434-CTO" unit and came with just a 1 year depot warranty.
Lenovo? The feature set looked to be exactly what was necessary for my needs. When the unit arrived, however, it died just a few hours out of the box. I contacted Lenovo support, and we agreed it was a dead main board. I contacted GW Store about a replacement. and they were out of stock and could not say they would have a new shipment in time to meet my fast approaching departure date. So, I sent it to Lenovo for warranty repair. I had about 3 weeks and surely it would be OK.
After a few days I checked the status online and found that it was on "Hold" for parts. Lenovo Memphis TN warranty facility did not have a main board? Wow. They must have been using a lot of them. I know the drill, so I called to escalate this to a manager. After a week, the board evidently came in, but then the online status screen indicated another "Hold". I quickly contacted the manager and learned it was on hold now for a cable! I explained my time constraints again and he told me that he had found 50 cables available but Memphis had been waiting on a cable to come through as usual.
Altogether, the unit was at Memphis for more than two weeks.Read more ›
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i paid over $900.00 for it had it since oct went back to lenovo 3 times and still not working properly, dont purchase from qualiylaptop, nice person stinky merchandise. Read morePublished 6 months ago by ANNA
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I did have to send it in for repairs, but once it started working well it was AMAZING.Published 18 months ago by Olivia C. Myers
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This is an equipment that really will represent each dollar invested. This version comes with no docking station, altough I bought one apart for cd/dvd and more ports. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Simon
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