Len­ovo Thinkpad Tablet Ap­ple 4S rev­o­lu­tion

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The Thinkpad Tablet by Len­ovo brings pro­fes­sional styling, sturdy con­struc­tion and spe­cial fea­tures to the tablet. These fea­tures are unique to the genre and make the tablet suit­able for board­rooms and liv­ing rooms as well.

With a typ­i­cal black styling, the Thinkpad Tablet comes with a rel­a­tively strong con­struc­tion. This is also ev­i­dent by the but­tons be­neath the screen cov­ered with Corn­ing Go­rilla Glass. Thus, the tablet sat­is­fies the ma­jor pro­fes­sional needs of re­li­a­bil­ity and dura­bil­ity. Apart from the stand out fea­ture of an N-trig dual dig­i­tizer which al­lows op­tional pen in­put on the screen along with the mul­ti­touch in­put, other hard­ware spec­i­fi­ca­tions are im­por­tant to re­view here,

Hard­ware

• Op­er­at­ing Sys­tem: Android 3.1 Hon­ey­comb • CPU: NVIDIA Te­gra 2 dual core mo­bile pro­ces­sor (1.0GHZ) • Dis­play: 10.1” Multi-touch Ca­pac­i­tive-touch IPS Dis­play, 1280 x 800 res­o­lu­tion, 16:10 as­pect ra­tio • Mem­ory: 1GB sys­tem RAM, 32GB stor­age (ex­pand­able through SD slot) • Cam­eras: 5MP rear-fac­ing; 2MP front-fac­ing cam­era • Con­nec­tiv­ity: 802.11b/g/n, Blue­tooth 2.1+EDR, SIM slot for 3G (not tested) • Ports: Full USB 2.0, Mi­crousb 2.0, MINI­HDMI, 3.5mm combo jack, Dc-in jack for AC adapter, dock port • Bat­tery: 3250 mah Li-poly­mer • Mea­sure­ments: 10.3 x 7.2 x 0.56 inches • Weight: 1.6 pounds

Soft­ware

As far as the soft­ware of Thinkpad Tablet is con­cerned, Len­ovo aims the tablet at the en­ter­prise worker. The loaded en­ter­prise ap­pli­ca­tions in­clude LANDESK, Com­pu­trace, Citrix Re­ceiver, and Mcafee Mo­bile Se­cu­rity. A full ver­sion of ‘Doc­u­ments to Go’ is stan­dard al­low­ing view­ing/edit­ing of MS Of­fice doc­u­ments.

Be­ing a typ­i­cal Android, the web browser has some spe­cial fea­tures. In the Set­tings screen there is a Labs func­tion that makes web pages dis­play in a full screen mode. Swip­ing in from ei­ther the left or right side of the screen causes a wheel menu to ap­pear with com­mon browser func­tions, such as Next and Pre­vi­ous.

The on­screen key­board on Thinkpad is the flext9 key­board by Nu­ance. The key­board car­ries a good pre­dic­tive text and auto cor­rec­tion that starts com­pre­hend­ing the user’s typ­ing as soon as the text is en­tered, while the dig­i­tal pen al­lows coarse edit­ing of the text. Hand­writ­ing can be au­to­mat­i­cally con­verted to dig­i­tal text if de­sired, or ink notes can be left as writ­ten

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