pros 1. light and think. easy to carry 2. support sim. jio works very well 3. like any other tablets, you don't need separate keyboard 4. support miracast, with a miracast dongle and blueooth keyboard and mouse,this can be used as a normal pc without anything attached to book. cons 1. halo keyboard is for quick reply for email etc. for serious typing you need an external keyboard 2. little under powered. heavy application/games may face lag issues conclusion good for a travelers like me. no need to carry keyboard, no need to carry internet dongles. gives a decent full day backup.
First things first. One really needs to be a first-mover when trying such pieces of technology, which let's face it is not going to be universally well received. I chose to be one of the risk takers in that limited sense after hours and hours of checking out YouTube videos and sifting through the sparse reviews here. Finally the form (weight) being it's big USP notwithstanding, someone had pointed out that a productivity beast (relative terms) in the form of the Windows 10 Pro which itself costs Rs. 15000/49900 (30% odd) comes preloaded and that should be significant contributor the the buying decision. After having traversed the journey of being sceptical to certain about this I gave it a try. Imagine that the $550 US pricetag also weighed heavily since most of us invariably have a relative who may soon travel to India and help get hands on it. I received the product in good time and in completely falling in love with it, I overlooked the most important aspect - the computer specifications. The product that I received was a Windows 10 Home and Students edition. I duly pointed this out to Flipkart. They did take cognisance of it but over a stretched out correspondence. Fair enough but the resolution they had in mind was not coinciding with mine. I wanted them to come good on the specifications of an OS version they had promised (in form of the listing). Instead they was to give me my money back and close the ticket and I guess see my back as soon as they can. On learning that they would not give an upgraded OS product key to make good on their offer, in the least I too relented. The best case resolution by me would have been that they give me a brand new product with a Windows 10 Pro version. Instead I have returned the product and have my money back. Now you may notice the specifications having changed in the listing (making it a Windows 10 Home version) for a whopping Rs. 49990/- It seems the former case was because of lack of coordination between whom generated the specs (Lenovo) and who lists it for purchase (obviously Flipkart). Having experienced the product a little bit before the final return I contend the following. I am still willing to buy it for Rs. 49990 - 7499 (adjusted for the OS version) and I should be fine. That's why the three stars too (for the product). For the giant that Flipkart has become and for not valuing my business perhaps they should not be in business!
|Dimensions(WxHxD)||256.6 x 170.8 x 9.6 mm|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home Basic|
|Operating System Type||64-bit|
|Display Size||10.1 Inches (25.65 cm)|
|Display Resolution||1920 x 1080 Pixels|
|Display Features||Full HD LED Backlit Capacitive IPS Touch Display with AnyPen Technology|
|Processor||Intel Atom Quad Core X5-Z8550|
|Graphic Processor||Intel HD 400|
|RAM speed||1600 Mhz|
|Memory Layout||1 x 4 Gigabyte|
|SSD Capacity||64 GB|
|Wireless LAN||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac|
|SD Card Reader|
|Video Recording||1080p FHD|
|Camera Resolution||8.0 MP|
|Camera Video Recording||1080p FHD|
|Sound Technologies||Dolby Audio Premium|
|Microphone Type||Internal Microphone|
|Pointing Device||Touchpad with Multi-touch Gesture Support|
|Keyboard||Standard Notebook Keyboard|
|Sales Package||2 in 1 Laptop, Battery, Digital Stylus, Power Adaptor, Warranty Card|
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