Lenovo Tablet 10 2018 Edition-With Pen Support

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  1. Bronsky

    Bronsky Wait and Hope. Senior Member

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    Steve B Moderator Moderator

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    That’s actually a pretty good deal. Pen comes in a silo on the tablet, and it’s a true clamshell, right? All bonuses to me. I wonder if it’s still very top heavy as a laptop?

    I wish there were some reviews for it. I wonder what the return policy is. In many ways, I would prefer it to a Surface Go.
     
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    ORTOX Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Looks like the price went up. The base model was $450. Now it's $495. Ouch! Think it has anything to do with the U.S. tariffs on goods from China? I think a friend of mine is going to be purchasing this, but that stinks that the price went up!
     
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    Not sure about the pricing, but it would be great to hear some real world input on one. What's the pen experience like, of course, but also hows the balance of the device when it's attached to the clamshell base, what's the typing and trackpad experience like, how does the tablet feel in the hand, etc. Is it snappy and responsive, given its cpu limitations?

    Kind of bummer no one has this or has reviewed it. It's basically the only model on the market right now that is a) that small size, b) with a clamshell detachable keyboard, and c) has a pen silo. The kickstand on the Go is nice, but not essential to me. The clamhsell keyboard, however, would be more useful, IMO.
     
  5. ORTOX

    ORTOX Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I agree to every statement made. Very strange no one out there has written anything about this device. It's quite unique.
     
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    Bronsky Wait and Hope. Senior Member

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    ORTOX Pen Pal - Newbie

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    This looks cool! And it looks like this does support the Lenovo Active Pen. Just not siloed.

    https://www.lenovo.com/sg/en/laptops/ideapad/ideapad-300-series/Ideapad-D330/p/88IPMX31047

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    Goodbye notepad, hello Lenovo Active Pen
    Now, you can sketch, take notes, write, sign, or doodle away—straight onto the screen. With its pin-point accuracy and pressure-sensitive nib, the Lenovo Active Pen delivers a real pen-on-paper experience. Anytime, anywhere.
     
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  8. Steve B

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    Gotta say- that tablet looks a little chunky attached to that keyboard, and looking over the specs it becomes clear why— tablet is 1.3 lbs and .4” thick, while the base is 1.1 lbs and .3” thick. They sure don’t show it tilted back very far in any of the pics. Top heavy 2-in-1s suck. Now that I know ARM tablets are eventually coming, I’m sort of holding out for them. What I really want is a 1 lb .25” thick tablet with 1-1.5 lb clamshell base.

    Beyond that (important) issue, it looks like a pretty nice small secondary device. Pen, clamshell, detachable, good trackpad, real keyboard.
     
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    I'm surprised no one here has purchased the Lenovo Tablet 10 yet. A friend of mine is supposed to be ordering one this week. If I can get my hands on I will let you all know how it feels.
     
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    Bronsky Wait and Hope. Senior Member

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    I'd like a geekbench score if you could to compare it to my Go.
     
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