Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 Review
Brandishing an 8-megapixel auto-focus camera, which is undeniably above average amongst Windows 8 slates thus far, we’re quick to realize that there’s nothing impressive with the outcome. In fact, details are pretty much faint and indistinct looking – while colors are muted in tone. For some uncanny reason, there’s no way to manually turn off the LED flash, so it’ll automatically kick in whenever it deems lighting isn’t adequate. Naturally, we’d expect the presence of the flash to strengthen its quality, but it doesn’t add much since it casts a noticeable vignetting effect to the shot.
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At the same time, 1080p video recording quality is also underwhelming to say the least. Some of the unwanted distractions with its quality include its flat details, slower 24 frames per second recording, distorted audio recording, heavy artifacting elements, and erratic focus adjustment.
Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 Sample Video
Again, there’s nothing terribly new to say about the music player, since it’s the same one used by all Windows 8 devices. Even though it’s packing stereo support with its two speakers, it sounds rather strained at the loudest setting – so placing it at the middle setting produces tones that are more pleasant.
Obviously, the display size is ample enough for our liking when it comes to watching videos. Unfortunately though, it buckles under the pressure when it comes down to playing 1080p videos. So much so that sluggishness and delays become rampant during playback.
1. RossP (Posts: 2; Member since: 06 Mar 2013)
It's an awesome tablet. But you haven't mentioned whether the USB port can be used for External hard drives or DVD readers..? In the reviews on other sites, there is confusion on that issue. Due to this issue I'm planning to get the Dell latitude..!
10. oldhamletman (Posts: 23; Member since: 03 Sep 2011)
RossP, all win8 pro devices are full blown windows OS, meaning USB ports can be used for whatever you like..... you only have to worry about restrictions on other OSs / normal tablets... I notice a lot of reviewers don't seem to get that these win8 pro devices aren't really tablets in the Ipad / Android sense... when you get Pro, it will run any software and work with any device that works with Windows.... I even see some reviewers criticizing them for not having enough apps.... which is retarded
11. RossP (Posts: 2; Member since: 06 Mar 2013)
Instead of disparaging my query, if you could have just read it completely, you could see that i had a very specific question.
In quite a few reviews, i saw that although TP2 USB port can use keyboards / pendrives, it doesn't have enough power to support the External hard drives or DVD readers. And true, it is retarded to talk about no. of apps for Windows 8.
2. GJanee (Posts: 196; Member since: 29 Jun 2011)
is that really just a plain windows logo sticker on the home button (which in addition is even misplaced)?!?! if so, then it's kind of disappointing. i mean that is just really poorly handled by lenovo and a huge letdown for an awesome device like this...