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Michael Crump

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Introduction

I recently switched from my Surface RT to the ThinkPad Tablet 2 and I am very happy! This blog post will contain lots and lots of pictures with a quick summary at the end. I’ll be talking more about this tablet in the end of this post including specs and wrap-up thoughts.

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Once the box is open you can see the tablet and a USB Power adapter.

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The entire contents of the box includes the tablet USB Power Adapter instructions USB cord and touchpen (in case you’d rather not use your fingers).

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I also got the case to carry it around in.

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What is nice about the case is that you put the tablet in one part and the keyboard in another. Great for a business user like myself!

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The tablet itself is incredibly beautiful as you can see from these pics.

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Finally we can see the back.

Wrap-Up

There is many things that really stood out to me about this laptop.

  1. The Weight – Around 1.25 lbs. is awesome when you are a road warrior.
  2. The Battery Life – 10 Hours on a single charge.
  3. The Display – 10.1 LPS Display with 5 touch points.
  4. Designed for the business user – You can add a Bluetooth keyboard dock plus add multi-monitors.
  5. Some models have 4G support but it already comes with 802.11 N with every model.
  6. Cameras on both sides 2MP in the front and 8 in the rear.
  7. Ports – You have audio jacks Mini HDMI port to display your favorite movies to your hotel TV a MicroSD slot for photos and a full-size USB port.

If you want to learn more then I would suggest that you check out this user guide as well as the official product page. Also the specs are located here.

Would I recommend it?

Absolutely! It is a great tablet at an even better price. After upgrading to Windows 8.1 I still had the same great battery life and it so light weight you will barely notice it in your bag.

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