London Music & entertainment fan
- It's a 21.5 tablet/all in one, perfect (ish) for consuming media and even has a built in battery for a bit of mobility.
The tablet/all in one runs along smoothly with it's tegra 4 processor and 1gb of ram.
Comes with a keyboard and mouse set up for when you are sitting further away, it's a 21.5 screen!
Android is very easy to use, I have the system set up for my parents and they use it without any complaints (unlike the slow n clunky windows system they use to have).
The all in one also has 2 USB ports for storage expansion n reading media.
The ethernet port comes in very handy for a steady connection if you have patchy WiFi.
The tablet was extremely good value for money and I can't recommend it enough.
- At this price point, corners have been cut, just a few bad points:
The build quality could be better.
Design could be improved upon (the bezel is huuuuuge).
8gb of built in storage is tiny.
The WiFi on this can be patchy, my old Motorola xoom would pick and hold the connection but the lenovo would constantly drop the connection in the same location (that's where the ethernet port comes in to play).
The screen is ok, but an full HD resolution would have made this machine even better.
But for the price, it's a compromise I can live with.
|Value for money|
Published on: 18 April 2015