Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet

Lenovo's ThinkPad Tablet comes with a digitiser pen and plenty of features designed to appeal to corporate users

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  • Expert Rating

    3.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.50 / 5 (of 6 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 839.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Michael Baird

3.0

1

Pros
Anything but Lenovo
Cons
Lenovo Thinkpad tablet
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Due to the inability of Lenovo to supply the case /keyboard at the time of purchase I ended up dropping my tablet. It broke the gorilla glass only. Lenovo price to repair: $800. What a joke. I love the machine (or did) but have been forced to pay an additional $280 for extra cover as an alternative to paying the $800 for repair. Total joke. Hate to say it but Apple would not have done that.

Mac

0.5

2

Pros
my temper
Cons
Lenovo
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My Lenovo IDEAPad is a real LEMON. Sent back for repair 3 times since purchase in June 2010. Recently taken into a repair centre who said it would cost $800 to fix but they can't get the parts AND more recently taken to bits and reasemmbled by an IBM expert and still won't start. A real LEMON.

Anon #2

4.0

3

Pros
huh?
Cons
what?
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1st Anon. A review is simply that, a review by guess what - a reviewer; with personal tastes. No review ever pleased everyone, but are valued nonetheless. So you choose to denigrate a nation because you disagree?? How childish! I'm also glad you don't live in the great land of Oz!

Damien

5.0

4

Pros
Fast, digitiser pen
Cons
Battery life
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Pen is standard on the Australian model, the unit works a treat and better then the ACER and ASUS models i had previoulsy. The digitiser is a big plus and the dots on the screen i had not noticed until i looked after reading this review. :) Great machine highly recommended.

PRSmith

4.0

5

Pros
hand writing recognition
Cons
un-elegant, utilitarian design
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Does anyone else find the note taking via writing a really attractive feature? I find it is frowned upon to be pecking away at a keyboard in meetings. Written note taking (that is automagically converted to text) is GREAT - I think.

Anon

5.0

6

Pros
huh?
Cons
what?
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How you complain about Gorilla glass? Seriously, who cares if YOU would have preferred a matte finish. That isn't what most customers would prefer, given the option. Did fingerprints ever stop anybody from buying a touchscreen phone? or iPhone? or tablet? What a silly review. Glad I don't live in OZ!

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