Lenovo ThinkPad Review Android Tablet PC Designed for Business Environment
Lenovo ThinkPad is a tablet PC, especially designed for the business environment. ThinkPad Tablet is for those who want to be productive and want to replace the laptop with a device more portable and easier to use. In other words, Lenovo ThinkPad is a tablet PC for businessmen and those working in corporate environments and companies.
Lenovo ThinkPad is a little heavier and thicker than other 10 inch Android tablets, lenovo m10 hd tablet but this is due to the multitude of available ports and because of the screen that is covered with Corning Gorilla Glass for strength and durability.
The tablet comes with a USB interface for attaching an external keyboard. Thus, entering text is more convenient than using the virtual keyboard and, in addition, you can use the optical trackpad to move the cursor on the screen.
Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet has a 10. 1-inch multitouch capacitive screen with 1280 x 800 pixel resolution. Image quality is good, but the response time seems to be quite high. Some kind of ghosting effect is observed during the game play.
Lenovo ThinkPad features a front camera of 2 MP and four physical buttons below the display, having dedicated functions such as auto-rotation, lock screen, launch the browser, back and home functions.
On the case there is the SIM slot and the card reader, the microUSB interface, HDMI, USB 2. 0, audio jack of 3. 5 mm and volume keys, and extra items such as the stylus housing and docking station connector. The external speaker is also positioned on the tablet case. On the back there is a 5 megapixel camera with auto focus and HD video recording.
Even if the hardware platform is part of an older generation – Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core CPU, 1 GHz, the tablet runs quite well. The applications are running quickly, without lag, and the interface works fluently. Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet is running Android 3. 1 OS.
Lenovo brings a number of extra applications and widgets, such as its own launcher, and the carousel of six applications on the right, but mostly, Android interface is pretty standard. The feature that is truly noteworthy is the Task Killer, which is integrated with the standard Android Honeycomb applications manager, allowing you to easily close an application with just one click. In addition, I appreciate the mail widget that can combine multiple email addresses into a single unified box.
The display integrates a N-Trig Duo digitizer which is offered with a capacitive pen, that allows the user to take notes, write and draw on the tablet. This is a feature only HTC Flyer offers.