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Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 1839 - surfplatta - Android 3.1 (Honeycomb) - 64 GB - 10.1"

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the storage and battery, but some have doubts about the responsiveness and portability. Views about the touch screen and screen are mixed.

design, battery, storage

GPS navigation, portability, responsiveness

On average, users rate this product 65/100.

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Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 1839 (tablet - Android 3.1, Honeycomb, - 16 GB - 10.1" - with ThinkPad Tablet Keyboard Folio Case)

 

The Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet (upgradeable to Android 4.0) has several business-oriented features that should bring a smile to the IT crowd, along with digital pen support and a beautiful screen.

The tablet is relatively thick and heavy, with unnecessary navigation buttons and uninspired Android interface optimizations.

If your IT department could design a tablet, the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet would be it.

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"No snazz, but it gets the job done."

 

If I had a student going into college, or if I were one, this is the tab I'd want. Grab your favorite PDF editor and a good note-taking app that exports to PDF, and you *so* don't need a laptop. Just drawing with the stylus is at least worth a try...

Ports. I now really want a stylus for my Android phone. It works a dream, and the handwriting recognition and new, growing (in number and quality) note-taking apps are pretty amazing. Between the stylus and the keyboard, it's an input monster.

GPS firmware, but folks at XDA are working on it. I doubt they are working on it at Lenovo. Bright screen in the dark: there is no black. The tab lags. It's not CPU lag, and it seems to manage RAM just fine; it's just, well, relaxed. Cameras O_o.

Consumer review by:

"Good for people who need a tablet for work."

 

Okay tablet but I wish that Microsoft would come out with one. People who use PC's at work and office would really appreciate it.

The Citrix receiver is built in. Corporate email works well. Easy to set up and use. Touch screen works well for looking at email and playing games. Extra Storage. Good battery life.

Touchscreen doesn't work for some websites. Not able to configure wireless when it's not already detected. The keyboard needs function keys. Heavy. Some documents won't open on the table bad for email attachments.

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