"If this tablet is anything like its ex big brother, you may want to find something else to use. I have (will be had once I sell it) one. After the warranty period expired, I tried to get an extension but was denied because it was after the expiration. Ok, I can see that. But when the power button stopped working, I took it in to a certified Lenovo repair shop, the cost was over $200.00. Just for a power button. Can you imagine if something with electrical parts broke?
The tablet itself is very nice to use. It takes a minute or two to boot up but after that it moves along fairly quickly. I am not sure why they use the corning ware glass (Maybe a bit sturdier) because it sure makes it heavy. The amount of memory on board was also very nice, and the fact that you could increase that with I memory card makes it very nice. The ability to add a usb drive or connect to a PC is just another plus.
All in all a good tablet,if you can get past the repair costs after warranty is up. What I found out is that you can extend your warranty up to two years. So I would recommend you do that and just before the extended warranty runs out, get rid of it. I know I wish I did."