Lenovo Thinkpad 10 Tablet Discussion Thread

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  1. PunisherFr

    PunisherFr Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Hello, the TP10 is compatible with the 5ghz Wifi ?
     
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    PunisherFr Pen Pal - Newbie

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    ok thank you
    I searching a windows tablet 10-inch to play with my Steam games in Wifi (5ghz) with my PC (core i5 2500k with MSI GTX970) on "Home Streaming".

    I need a powerful wifi, usb jack to connect the Wireless Receiver for Xbox 360: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/08/Xbox_360_Wireless_Receiver.png
    and good battery life (between 8 and 10 hours)

    Do you think the Thinkpad 10 can suit me?
     
  4. Randall Garrett

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    Thanks, bud! I should have checked first. I will be sure to post here to let folks know. I'm sure the TP10's won't hang around with me for long... ;-)

    -Randall Garrett-
    +Apex Software+

    /end/
     
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  5. JoeS

    JoeS I'm all ears Senior Member

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    dceggert Owner of a TabletPC Museum Senior Member

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    This is especially important now that the Lenovo outlet store had raised the price of the 64 GB/2 GB versions to be more than this model when I checked yesterday!
     
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    JoeS I'm all ears Senior Member

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    OK, now they're just messing with us. Does anyone know the logic behind the outlet pricing? ibmthink?

    Today the 64GB model is back down to $325 again, see here.
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  8. dceggert

    dceggert Owner of a TabletPC Museum Senior Member

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    Jeeze, that is even lower than before the price went to $560 yesterday (was $425). Just to note, the 64 GB 8's went from $260 to $499 yesterday as well. $325 for a 10 is a bargain even if it is 32-bit Win 8.1 SST.

    Edit: these are 32-bit Pro models. Even better!
     
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    what is the difference between the $306 model (20c30007us) thinkpad 10 on the outlet page vs the $446 model (20c3s03k00) ?
     
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    Randall and Dan,

    Thanks. You guys have been a tremendous help in my search for my first tablet with a digitizer. I will be using the tablet for mostly research - browser with multiple tab open, a lot of reading and markup in pdf, one note and word, note taking, and occasional youtube or video. I pretty much narrow it down to the Lenovo Thinkpad 10 and the HP Elitepad 1000 G2 with the Fujitsu Q584 trail behind. My question is for you guys and the other forum members that have use these tablets. Based on what I will use the tablet for, what do you think is the ideal tablet?I can get a TPT10 4g ram 128 hdd for the same price as a EP 1000 4g ram 64g hdd with expansion jacket and pen. The Fujitsu Q584 4g ram 64g hdd is slightly cheaper. Since you guys have real life experience with these devices, I was hoping you can give me some comparative insight on the tablets.


    Thank-you,
    Alan
     
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