Cons: Storage, Video card, Display resolution, Support, Included Software, Software compatibility, Display performance, Durability
"My family LOVED this system for the first couple weeks - but then it started having issues related to its video, and there doesn't seem to be a fix. I think the fact it could have been a great system makes it even more frustrating. I am going to sell ASAP."
Cons: Input/Output compatibility, Weight, no ethernet port., stand does not lock.
"The SSD version is definitely the way to go if you want fast boot/fast performance. The stand is nice but it is not designed to lock flat and is annoying. The lack of HDMI output and an ethernet port is a bummer. Sadly I received a Horizon last month and it had a "battery not detected" error and so Lenovo's great support team replaced my whole unit. The 2nd machine arrived and had the exact same production issue. Then I asked them to test the 3rd replacement before shipping it. They neglected to do so and I got a 3rd machine with the same issue so it will not run without being plugged into power. I am returning my 3rd unit and getting my money back. I love the Horizon so much that I will eventually buy one again once they get their production issues solved. :("
Cons: Battery, Included Software, Software compatibility
"Pro's include big 10 point touchscreen, clever design for stand, mouse, & nice keyboard. I got the i7 version, great for android, Win8, and Lenovo games, as well as news/sports feeds. HDMI in to allow xbox, etc... to hook up. Thus it can work as a monitor or pc. Decent speaker set-up.
Cons include no hdmi out to allow for dual monitor support. Aura is NOT integrated at all. It does not support all video formats, only windows supported formats even if you install the VLC player. One cannot add/delete games to the interface either thereby rendering it useless. no support exists for aura ."
Pros: Processor, Included software, Memory, Video card, Wireless card, Keyboard/peripherals, Screen size, Build Quality, Storage, Display resolution, Display performance
Cons: Input/Output compatibility, Weight, Software compatibility, photoshop incompatible, lack of firewire, need more usb port, pen for precision paint
"I have had several tablet PCs since 2001 from MC, HP, Dell, IBM and the last one Samsung slate 7, but this one is the most interesting one specially when it come to size, not too big not too small. The screen is brilliant, the processor is as fast as Extreme processor, 2 generous USB 3. The stand jack is heavy duty and sturdy. Touch screen is very sensitive. Two platforms feature is amazing specially when come to game and entertainment as well as daily computing, very kids and family friendly! A few cons are: the touch function is not working at all with Adobe photoshop CS6, hopefully Lenovo comes with a driver or fix. The second is a Firewire port that could be a + for audiophiles working with touch sensitive DAWs."
Cons: Input/Output compatibility, Battery, Weight, number of ports
"If you want an all around business and family computer, look no further. This is the next level in innovation. I am primarily a MAC user, but I am also a fan of new tech. I have tried other Windows 8 computers but none of them had that WOW factor. This computer has that WOW factor and some. My 2 year asks me everyday to get on this computer(she used to prefer the iPad) and she is having a blast. Hopefully they will release one of the stands soon and then this will be a complete device. Also Nancy the Lenovo rep was great. Thanks Again."