Skip to comments.Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet Wins 2011 Tablet World Series - Laptop Magazine Poll
Posted on 11/08/2011 5:54:23 PM PST by Swordmaker
The votes have been counted and we have a winner in the 2011 Tablet World Series. Lenovo’s ThinkPad Tablet takes the crown with a commanding 63 percent of the vote to the Sony Tablet S’s 37 percent share.
With strong features like a scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass display, support for enterprise-level security software / encryption, and an optional active stylus, the ThinkPad Tablet simply dominated the game this weekend. Users were undoubtedly also attracted by the ThinkPad Tablet’s productivity-centric software, including its note-taking app and file manager. Full-size USB ports and SD card slots also helped the ThinkPad tablet’s case.
Could the ThinkPad Tablet’s win herald a new appreciation for productivity and for pen-based input? We’ll just have to see.
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Where’s the EEE Transformer, which many consider the best Android tablet out there?
How did the Amazon Fire get any votes when it hasn’t even been released yet? It’s like the face offs I see with the Fire versus the Nook Tablet. Neither are available yet.
My amazing $99 TouchPad is better than all of these pretenders.
It also sends all your stuff to China every night while you’re asleep.
Likely the usual specs tally, worthless.
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Yes, Gorky Park, but my favorite was Polar Star.
This is laughable - perhaps this is why Laptop Magazine isn’t a top seller.
The iPad 2, the market dominant force, the largest marketshare of every contender (combining total marketshare against everyone else) - is beat out by rivals that are not even released yet?
Why didn’t they chose the HP Slate with WebOS as the champ?
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