Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet

  • Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet
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Based on 42 scores, 92 reviews available
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Lenovo's ThinkPad Tablet is powered by an Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core 1GHz processor, 32GB of internal storage, 1GB of DDR2 system memory, front and rear cameras, 8.02.11 b/g/n/ Wi-Fi connectivity and a 10.1-inch WXGA (1280 x 800) IPS display with Corning Gorilla Glass.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on 75

I tested the rear-facing camera on the ThinkPad under the same conditions that I did with the Acer and received about the same results. Simply put, tablet cameras aren't very good; none of them. You'd have similar or better luck with a basic smartphon...

By evogadget.com on

The Lenovo ThinkPad 1838-25U is not necessarily a bad tablet. But the cons that it delivers while used will become hard to stomach at some point. So consider another...

By TechTree on 70

The 3250 mAh battery's performance is good. Under heavy use, the device's battery can keep the device running for around 7 hours. Needless to say, it's quite good by Android standards. Overall, the ThinkPad has a great build quality. Lenovo's...

By theregister.co.uk on 75

Heavy, black and hewn from the finest plastics known to man, the ThinkPad Tablet is exactly what you would expect a 'droid tablet carrying the TP moniker to be. The smart and business-like design is complemented by a solid range of physical...

By Mobile88 on

Appeals to enterprise types looking for a tablet to replace their much heavier laptops...

By tbreak.ae on 70

When I worked in the bowels of the corporate beast, my life was governed by laptop. Even though a lot of my hardware and applications were web-driven, I had to take my laptop everywhere I went just so I could get access to a web browser and figure out...

By reviewed.com on

The battery and screen performances of the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet aren't too far off the "average" range for tablet performance, but little things like the accelerometers lagging significantly, as well as frequent crashes and severe battery drain while...

By pcquest.com on

More than a decent tablet for business professionals. It's additional accessory like Keyboard folio and stylus give it an extra edge over other tablets. Page(s) 1 I am interested in more information about this productI am interested in buying...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

Its chunky profile and weight mean Lenovo’s executive ThinkPad tablet isn’t for everyone, but its unique combination of class-leading connectivity, ruggedness, charging over USB, a pressure-sensitive stylus and keyboard folio accessory make it the...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

10.1in 1280 x 800 IPS screen; Optional keyboard folio; Optional pressure sensitive stylus; Soft-touch rear chassis, gorilla glass front; 1GHz dual-core Tegra 2, 1GB RAM, up to 64GB storage; MicroUSB, full-size USB, SDHC, 3G There are...

By firstpost.com on 75

Discrete input devices are much more convenient than the touchscreen, especially when a lot of typing is involved (for example e-mail, chatting and word processing). At Rs.44,871 the Lenovo ThinkPad is a little more expensive than the Asus EeePad...

By Rugged PC Review on

But this is a tablet review, not an accessory review (though I'm not done commenting the portfolio keyboard—more later)....

By PC Mag on 60

The Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet boasts excellent accessories that can transform the tablet into an on-the-go business machine. But short battery life and some stability issues make it a questionable choice for casual and corporate users alike....

By theglobeandmail.com on

Most tablet makers using Google Inc.’s Android operating system seem bound and determined to go head-to-head with Apple for the consumer slate market. Lenovo is taking a different tack with the 10.1-inch ThinkPad Tablet, which is available to purchase...

By DigitalVersus on 80

A pro positioning without necessarily delivering pro services, the ThinkPad Tablet seems the ideal product for those who wish to get rid of their notebook and use a tablet for their meetings instead. The applications included strengthen Android...

By hardwarezone.com.sg on 75

When we reviewed Lenovo's first tablet, the IdeaPad Tablet K1, we were left disappointed by its unsatisfactory performance and user experience which was marred by persistent system crashes. Hence, when we heard that the ThinkPad Tablet was coming...

By IT PRO on 50

We had high hopes for the ThinkPad Tablet, but overall it's disappointing. It doesn't feel like a distinctively designed tablet aimed specifically at businesses, like the Cisco Cius or the Motorola ET1, but more like yet another half-hearted Android...

By The Gadgeteer on

hello “The pen is mightier than the finger” -Ian 2011(Apologies to Edward Bulwer-Lytton) Let me start this article by saying that if you’re looking for a technical review of the new Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet then this is not the article for you. There’s...

By NotebookCheck on 83

The Lenovo ThinkPad tablet is able to impress us in almost every respect, at least to begin with. It has a first-class, capacitive IPS display, lots of memory as well as wifi and 3G connectivity. Everything you would expect in a mobile device. The...

By crowdedbrain.co.uk on

Lenovo are a manufacturer renowned for their notebook range and have already dabbled in the Android market with the release of the K1 . The Thinkpad is their next installment and the company makes no pretense as to the tablets targeted audience, as the...