Agreed so far I haven't been impressed either.I've never been a fan of tablet PCs. I used my uncle's HP a couple of times and the touch screen is no where near decent.
I have used Windows 8 developer preview (or something like that) and it's actually pretty good if you're going to be using it on a tablet computer. The applications are all full screen and stuff, and browsing on Internet Explorer in Full Screen mode as tablet is actually pretty cool, which is surprising. I just hope future tablets will have a better touch screen that can compete with that of the iPad and the Samsung Galaxy, now that would be awesome.Agreed so far I haven't been impressed either.
It's the concept: a full featured laptop, that I can use as a tablet too. So only one thing to carry, and only one thing to charge.
They say windows 8 will make the difference. We'll see.
I agree that was the item I liked. I had the original HP and loved it. It was loud and hot andI wouldn't mind having the Lenovo laptop that folds all the way back into to make a tablet (of course running the mythical windows 8)
I think few if any were using capacitive touch screens. I believe resistive is very bad for responsiveness.I've never been a fan of tablet PCs. I used my uncle's HP a couple of times and the touch screen is no where near decent.
I think I've seen the IdeaPad at Best Buy. It's not quad-core though, which is the next thing that all the 2012 top tablets including of course the iPad 3, should be using.Me too. I'm hoping since Lenovo's already doing an Android tablet, they'll be able to figure it out.