Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx K3011
Long battery life.
Two USB ports on keyboard dock.
Bright vibrant display.
Slim lightweight design.
Well-balanced when plugged into its keyboard base.
Bigger-screen alternative to Lenovo's other Atom tablet.
Plastic build feels cheap compared to competing systems.
Keyboard dock adds $129 to the price.
No SD card slot in dock.
Atom processor and cramped storage are limiting.
No full-size USB port.
Lacks rear-facing camera.
The keyboard has too much flex.
The docking hinge sticks.
For only a little more, better products are available.
By PC Advisor on May 29, 2013
Lenovo makes a wide range of tablets running both Windows 8 and Windows RT, as well as some cheaper Android tablets too. However, the new Lynx is a top-of-the-range Windows 8 model that focuses on stylish design and entertainment features. ...70
By PCAdvisor on May 06, 2013
The Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx gives Intel Atom hybrids a bad name.70
By PC Advisor on May 06, 2013
Lenovo's IdeaTab Lynx falls into roughly the same category as the Acer Iconia W700 and the HP Envy x2 : an Atom-powered Windows 8 tablet with a keyboard dock that sports a second battery, creating an ultraportable laptop . Costing £599 inc VAT...70
By ThinkComputers on April 29, 2013
When it comes down to it the IdeaTab Lynx is a great Windows 8 tablet that any user is going to enjoy. I think the most compelling thing about the Lynx is the price. At $499 you are getting a great tablet that is going to run full Windows 8 and handle...90
By NotebookCheck on April 17, 2013
Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx K3011W The Lenovo IdeaPad Lynx K3011 (street price around $500 with 64 GB eMMC flash storage) is a decent enough tablet: the performance of the Atom SoC is right where we would expect it to be, the weight is quite low , and the...81
By Chip Chick on April 16, 2013
The Lenovo Lynx doesn't just bridge the gap between laptop and tablet, it takes over the entire spectrum. If you're not doing anything especially processor intensive, it can act as a completely functional laptop with USB and all. Since it's...-
By Engadget on April 08, 2013
The Lynx isn't the best-designed, longest-lasting or most feature-rich low-powered hybrid. For that, you don't even have to look outside Lenovo's wheelhouse: the ThinkPad Tablet 2's long battery life and comfortable keyboard make it our reigning favorite.-
By MobileTechReview on April 03, 2013
The Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx offers all the things we like about Intel Atom Windows 8 tablets: long battery life, silent operation, long standby and a thin and light design. But its looks detract from an otherwise solid experience, and I fear that it may...70
By Phone Arena on April 03, 2013
Seriously, if saving money is all that you care about, there's no arguing that you'll be doing just that with the Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx. Despite its less than appetizing design combined with its entry-level specs, the Lynx is able to deliver the...65
By Computer Shopper on March 29, 2013
The IdeaTab Lynx is an impressively light convertible tablet with long battery life. But its plastic exterior and keyboard feel a bit cheap. Unless the Lenovo's price drops a bit, HP's aluminum-clad Envy x2 is a better buy....60