"As more tablets and touchscreens come to market, more solutions are emerging for consumers who like the feel and satisfying click of physical keyboards. I happen to be one of those consumers, which is why I had high hopes for Lenovo’s IdeaPad S2110.IdeaPad S2110: A Solid Convertible, but It Won't Blow Your Hair Back - Lauren Goode - Product Reviews - AllThingsD
This $399, 10-inch tablet, which came to market last month, is built to work with an optional, attachable $100 keyboard. This keyboard goes beyond just keys: It also provides several extra hours of battery life and two USB ports, marrying the consumption-friendly features of a lightweight tablet with the productivity features of a laptop."
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
IdeaPad S2110: A Solid Convertible, but It Won't Blow Your Hair Back - Lauren Goode - Product Reviews - AllThingsD
Lenovo's ThinkPad Tablet 2 Windows 8 Pro tablet (expected to be $799 with keyboard) is likely to be much more impressive