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Latest Reviews for Lenovo ThinkPad
Ang ganda naman ng padala ni mama sa akin itong Lenovo ThinkPad 10 kasi gusto ni mama magamit ko rin sa school ito ang ganda kasi nito at ang speed processor ang bilis kahit mag download ako ng kahit ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by Smith Alex
- Date : Feb 8, 2017
Ang Lenovo ko na tablet ay mag dadalawang taon na rin to hanggang ngayon ay gingamit ko pa din naman ito. Ang simple lang naman nito pero sa akin ang bungga na nito. Ang bilis din naman ng processing ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by Melissa Corpuz
- Date : Jun 14, 2016
Magandang umaga ang lenovo thinkpad ko ay sobrang ganda nga naman nito at isang taon ko na ring gingamit ito at hindi parin kumukopas ang ganda nito. Ang processing speed din naman ay ang bilis ng ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by Bonjoc Mel
- Date : Apr 18, 2016
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About Lenovo ThinkPad
Lenovo ThinkPad tablets offer unparalleled performance, matched equally with style
Lenovo ThinkPad is a series of laptops and tablets made and marketed by Lenovo. Originally designed and distributed by IBM, it was not until 2005 that they sold the rights to Lenovo and the entire series went under their control. What sets apart ThinkPad from the rest is its minimalistic design language that encompasses basic desires of their customers, i.e., high performance and hassle free operation. ThinkPad tablets are a considerably new addition to the series as it has not been long that people have started to switch to lighter portable devices. Succeeding famous laptop lineup in the Philippines, this tablet range too is all set to make headlines.
History of the maker
The first Lenovo ThinkPad tablet was announced by IBM at a press conference, held in 1992. Known then as the IBM 2521 ThinkPad, this device was put on sale in October, of the same year. IBM's innovative name did not go unnoticed as the ThinkPad quickly became a quintessential part of the business, hospitality and education sector. The crowning glory came when the International Space Station made ThinkPad laptops the only authorized range of devices to be used in the premises.
Features of Lenovo ThinkPad tablets
The ThinkPad lineup of tablet computer's rise to glory is still underway as an increasing number of people in the Philippines are opting for an even more compact version of laptops. Even though demand for laptops can be said to be far from decline, the handiness, style and efficiency of tablets have a charm of their own. The configuration of this ThinkPad is as follows:
- It measures 260 x 181.7 x 14 mm in dimensions and weighs 730 grams. There is no support for SIM or calling.
- There is a 10.1 inch LCD touchscreen with a capacity to display up to 16M colors at 800 x 1280 pixels (149 ppi). There is also multi-touch.
- This Android v3.1 based device runs on 1 GHz dual core processor, 1 GB RAM and an option of 16/ 32/ 64 GB of internal memory.
- The primary camera is a 5 Megapixel unit with the capability of clicking photos at 2592 x 1944 resolution, while the secondary 2 MP camera does well on its own.
- Other features include Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v2.0, Accelerometer, MP3/WAV/WMA/AAC player and Non-removable 3250 mAh Li-PO battery.
Reasons for popularity in the Philippines
Style: The Lenovo ThinkPad tablets offer outstanding built quality accompanied by a sleek profile that will leave everyone stunned. These light weighted, compact devices fit wherever you want them to and keeps you entertained for hours.
Performance: Fueled by some of the most powerful processors of modern times, the ThinkPad lineup ranks up to efficient tablets of other companies like HP, Dell, etc. No longer will you have to worry about multitasking, playing games and watching HD movies.
Latest news in the Philippines
Lenovo recently announced the arrival of Lenovo ThinkPad 10, which is the second generation of this tablet series and boasts a 10 inch screen. Backed up by superior performance, this device scores amazing points on its built quality as well as visual aesthetics. Set for release in august, in stores across the Philippines, this model will boast of Intel Atom Z8500 processor, 1920 x 1200 pixels display, 2/4 GB of RAM and 8600mAh battery.