"Good business tablet. Not great for watching videos."3.0 starson by photog_7
Pros: Quality construction. Nice display. Very good sound quality, but no true equalizer that I could find. Pen input is much more precise than anything available on the iPad. Excellent choice for medical workers who insist on tablets because of the precise pe
Cons: Full-screen video playback is choppy compared to iPad 2. Screen response can be sluggish. Heavy. Battery life is good, but not outstanding.
Summary: I sold my 32GB iPad 2 to but a 64GB ThinkPad tablet. As a business tablet, I think it's great. But in the end, all tablets are pretty much toys running telephone operating sytems that don't handle files as well as PC's. I personally use tablets for web browsing, showing off my pictures, and watching videos. You can read books on the ThinkPad, but I prefer reading on an e-ink Nook or Kindle. The ThinkPad tablet has a better web browser than the iPad 2, but compared to the silky smooth videos on the iPad 2, the ThinkPad's ability to display full-screen videos was a major disappointment for me. I tried it with music videos purchased from iTunes which were located on the tablet, and also with movies on NetFlix and CBS.com television episodes. In every case, the videos were not as silky-smooth as the iPad 2. Don't get me wrong--it DOES display full screen videos, and many people probably would not notice the slight choppiness. If full-screen videos are not important to you, I would not hesitate to purchase this tablet. The web browser with Flash is a definite improvement over the iPad.