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Lenovo ThinkPad 10 is announced, ready to take on Surface Pro 2

0. phoneArena 13 May 2014, 22:37 posted on

Lenovo’s new tablet will be available in a variety of configurations to serve the company’s business...

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posted on 13 May 2014, 22:39 1

1. 0xFFFF (Posts: 2667; Member since: 16 Apr 2014)


Putting aside the lame Windows RT OS for a moment, the ThinkPad seems pretty good other than the comparatively low resolution screen. Put the Samsung 2560x1600 in the ThinkPad and you'd have something a lot more compelling, hardware-wise.

posted on 14 May 2014, 01:40 3

9. blattlaus (Posts: 60; Member since: 12 Dec 2010)


Its full windows, not WinRT. Its a Baytrail processor.

posted on 14 May 2014, 02:09

10. Peeyushmalik96 (Posts: 65; Member since: 08 Jun 2013)


Yup I am still waiting for Samsung to release an Ativ Q like device in the market

posted on 13 May 2014, 22:44 2

2. Sauce (unregistered)


Why do people fall for these gimmicks? This isn't that bad.. But the SP2….

If you're going to spend $1,800.00 bucks on a scrap metal Surface Pro 2, why not buy a fully functional true laptop like a Macbook or Lenovo or something? I mean heck, for nearly half the price, you can get a gaming laptop from ibuypower.com that would blow that junk out of the water . . .

http://www.ibuypower.com/Store/Battalion-101-W650SF-Gaming-Laptop

posted on 13 May 2014, 22:49 1

3. 0xFFFF (Posts: 2667; Member since: 16 Apr 2014)


Form factor and the pen input. A laptop is a far better value than most tablets, no doubt, but drawing, sketching, doodling, etc., are far more enjoyable on a tablet vs. a laptop.

posted on 13 May 2014, 22:56 1

4. Sauce (unregistered)


No doubt about that. But $900.00 to $1,800.00 for this thing is like paying 10 dollars for two regular hot dogs, instead of 4 dollars for one footlong. As in, why spend more on the impractical when you can spend less on the practical.

posted on 13 May 2014, 23:46 2

5. vincelongman (Posts: 1052; Member since: 10 Feb 2013)


Don't buy gaming laptops, they are terrible value
Especially that one you link, the GT 840M would only capable of playing at low-mid settings 1080p ~30 fps. You get the Lenovo Y50 with GTX 870M for less, or maybe a MSI, ASUS, or GIGABYTE laptop

For $1800
You'd be better of getting a $1000 ultrabook with much better portability and battery life than that "gaming" laptop
And build a $800 desktop with a R9 270X or GTX 760, which would do high-max settings 1080p and ~60 fps

posted on 14 May 2014, 01:35

7. 0xFFFF (Posts: 2667; Member since: 16 Apr 2014)


It's a good question. Personally, I would not spend a lot of money on a tablet. A $350 tablet such as the Galaxy Note 8 gives you a nice pen drawing experience. Or refurbed Galaxy Note 10.1 2014s were on sale recently for $340. Or for non-pen, the $350 Samsung TabPro 8.4 is a really nice little tablet.

Mostly, I think tablets are hideously overpriced and dysfunctional.

posted on 14 May 2014, 01:39

8. brrunopt (Posts: 472; Member since: 15 Aug 2013)


the Surface Pro 2 starts at the same price level of most ultrabooks ; does that mean that ultrabooks worthless too ?

posted on 14 May 2014, 00:06

6. kaikuheadhunterz (Posts: 693; Member since: 18 Jul 2013)


I highly doubt this is intended to compete with Surface Pro 2

posted on 14 May 2014, 05:24

11. 7thspaceman (Posts: 1054; Member since: 14 Feb 2011)


this is the best of the Intel Atom CPU tablets. but it will not beat the performance of the microsoft surface Pro 2 because the "Surface Pro 2 has a more powerful CPU the intel
i5 CPU.

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