|Lenovo ThinkPad 183825U 32GB, Wi-Fi, 10.1in - Black tablet with accesories|
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|Ideal for people on the go, this Lenovo ThinkPad 32 GB tablet in black color provides the portability needed. The Lenovo ThinkPad 10.1-inch tablet enables the user to stay connected and be able to research, study, entertain, email and be productive whether at work or while traveling. With a multi-touch screen, this ThinkPad tablet offers 1024x800 pixels of resolution so that the user may view clear images on the tablet. For individuals who prefer not to type, this Lenovo ThinkPad 32 GB tablet allows the use of the stylus. Also suitable for creating PowerPoint presentations and Excel spreadsheets, this ThinkPad tablet provides the user with a number of options for generating different types of documents. With its hard drive capacity of 32 GB, saving and sharing data on the Lenovo ThinkPad 10.1-inch tablet is easy. For the user who needs access to Skype or email, the Lenovo ThinkPad 32 GB tablet offers Wi-Fi connectivity.|
|UPC||064574369523, 645743695238, 886605993073|
|Display Size||10.1in (25.65 cm)|
|Hard Drive Capacity||32 GB|
|Supported File Types||DOC, DOCX, PDF, PPT, PPTX, XLS, XLSX|
|Processor Speed||1 GHz|
|Display and Screen|
|Touch Screen Technology||Multi-Touch|
|Rear Camera Resolution||5 megapixel|
|Front Camera Resolution||2 megapixel|
|Connections and Expandability|
|Networking Type||Bluetooth, Integrated Wireless LAN|
|Expandability||SD Card Slot|
|Width||10.3in (260.4 cm)|
|Depth||0.55in (1.4 cm)|
|Weight||1.65lb (0.742 kg)|
|Additional Technical Informations|
|Security Features||Finger Print Sensor|
Average review score based on 19 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
This tablet is rather heavy, but this is a good thing when you take notes in the college.
Battery life is barely enough for a day (7 hours and a half, but it is satisfactory for me.
the pen is the real strength. I use Papyrus Beta and a few other apps for my courses. I then convert them into pdf and share them on dropbox. I don't carry any paper! Also, I have the books in digital format, and I can read them on the tablet. It is a real relief to carry just a tablet, instead of ten pounds of paper.
The only negative thing: the screen keeps all your fingerprints. A screen protector is a must. And have a cleaning cloth always with you :)
It works with any kind of keyboard, including Logitech unified dongles.
The ports! You have a REAL usb port on the device, plus one on the dock. Not to mention the microUSB and the microHDMI.
The ICS (4.0.4) update is nice.
I had an iPad 2, but this thing is way more useful.
To wrap it up: a well made, though squarish piece of technology. It has the limitations of the Android (and iOS for that matter), that is no multitasking to talk about, and very weak office apps, but for a student, from highschool to grad school, it makes a perfect notebook.
People are starting to get rid of these Thinkpads, for the want of newer stuff.
If you are not so wealthy and you can grab one cheaply, do it. It is worth it.
I've been looking for a Win8 tablet for some time now as I am heartily sick of all the "icrap" out there. After much online research, I finally settled on the Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 2 for three particular reasons. I liked the look of it, I liked the Digitizer Pen option (only available on select models) and I needed Mobile Broadband on the device and this was one of two Win8 tablets that actually provided that service. What's the point of releasing an ultra-mobile device if you're not able to connect it to the internet Ultra-mobily!? And yet, finding a Windows 8 tablet that actually has Mobile Broadband connectivity is almost impossible. You have a better chance of finding an honest politician in Washington. It makes no sense to me, but I digress.
So this particular tablet has 4G mobile broadband (again only available on select models). As far as the tablet itself goes, I really like it. Solid design, solid engineering, doesn't feel cheesy but has that Lenovo "business think" style with the matte black impact resistant plastic.
Windows 8 may suck on desktops, but on a touch enabled tablet it's awesome. The OS is stripped down and streamlined to run on lower end devices, I found the Lenovo to be very responsive with little to no delay at all for doing tablet type things. Plus you can install Office 2013 which is also streamlined for lower end devices and it also runs very smoothly on a tablet. Battery life is about 8 hours give or take depending on what you're doing with it.
The one thing I don't like about it - the Intel HD Graphics. It only allows two resolutions: 1024x768 and 1366x768. If you have legacy apps that run in lower resolutions (ie 640x480) the intel graphics will not upscale them to display in fullscreen mode. Instead they show up in a small window in the center of the screen with black borders all around it. You will need to find 3rd party mods that force the app to run in higher resolutions.
But that being said, the tablet will run many older and some newer non-demanding PC games. For example I fired up Fallout 1, 2, and Tactics and all three ran perfectly on the tablet with the sfall graphics mod installed. You do need an external mouse though as the touchscreen tracking does not accurately emulate a mouse in legacy applications.
So after discovering the mouse requirements, I purchased the Lenovo Keyboard/Trackpad to go with the tablet. I've read many online reviews of the Lenovo where the reviewers main complaint was that it was "Barely a Laptop", or seemed "underpowered". What the ....? How come no one ever levels these complaints against an iPad or Android? Why is the Lenovo tablet given such special consideration when, at the end of the day, it is supposed to be nothing more than... a tablet? Of course it's barely a laptop because, oh, I don't know, maybe... it's not a laptop!? The fact that it is barely a laptop is actually quite a complement if you stop to think about it.
I just love the fact that I have a tablet where I can finally do all the things I've always wanted to do: download files from the internet and install them. Move files around and work with them. Manage and configure the device exactly how I want to manage and configure it. You can't do these things with iPads.
At the end of the day, the ipad is ultimately a tethered device. Whereas the Lenovo is a device that I can actually tether my ipad to if I want to. That's all the difference in the world.
I was afraid to buy something as a tablet that at first looked with a lot of lack of capabilities... but after starting to learn the use of a tablet ( I was born with the use of computers at the MD-DOS operative system) I found he Android o.s. very intuitive... with slight differences with the Windows system, but that has a circumvented option always... The tablet CAN print, save and you can use applications as the Microsoft Office, that are 100% compatible. This Android system is an OPEN operative system, and LOTS of programmers are taken it in order to develop very small, but powerful programs. My daughter/wife loves those application and they have a tablet for personal use.. and at the price you can find on Ebay... hands down is the best thing you can have for your money! Yes, I would like to recommend people around me to use ebay...
I bought this product because I was originally looking for a smaller tablet to bring to college. This one looked excellent and I bought it knowing that it was used, but what I wasn't expecting was how nice it actually was. It's a little older and runs on a Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, but it still works well. The availability of android apps makes it an excellent device for both work and play. Though, definitely make sure you buy the digitizer pen. The pen lets you take notes and keeps from getting fingerprints on the glass screen. (Also it has a full size usb port)
Bought this for sketching; I'm an artist and an animator.
Love the stylus and its pressure sensitivity. Don't like that its so old and can't upgrade past Android ICS.
Though even very new tablets fail to include pressure-sensitive styluses [if any], which is essential.
Get this if you want a cheap tablet that u can treat as a digital sketchbook.