bwone.com Twitter: twitter.com Google+: plus.google.com RSS Feed: bwone.com Facebook: facebook.com Empire Avenue: empireavenue.com Lenovo looks to finally bring a tablet with productivity to the company planet with the Lenovo ThinkPad tablet. For hardware comes with a 10.1 inch IPS display made with Gorilla Glass, two megapixel front facing camera, five megapixel rear facing camera with HD video capture, micro USB, mini USB, Complete USB, three.five MM headphone jack, SD card reader, SIM card slot, Stylus input help (Optional accessory) 1. GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 processor and runs Android 3.1 Honeycomb with a custom Lenovo user interface on best of it. So far I like the screen its vibrant and quite clear. The tablet is fairly light for its size and for all the ports and connections it has it keeps a thin profile. The look is your classic IBM ThinkPad laptop appear but with a glossy border finish on best which is a fingerprint magnet and I am sure the business expert which this targeted for would favor a matte finish. The Lenovo UX skin on best of android appears to be very good so far and does not slow down the device. We saw some lag hit when the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi was updated with TouchWiz. Check out our unboxing below and wait for our complete critique coming soon.
Lenovo’s Michael Littler provides a nice overview of the new IdeaPad Y470 (14″) and Y570 (15.6″) multimedia laptops. Topics consist of enhanced thermal overall performance, optimized Windows 7 experience, OneKey Theatre for excellent multimedia and JBL speakers. Littler also discusses the unique RapidDrive version of the Y570 that boots up in less than ten seconds.
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