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Upgrading from a Bay Trail Atom tablet to a Core M3 tablet worth it?

Question: Upgrading from a Bay Trail Atom tablet to a Core M3 tablet worth it?

I am currently on a Dell Venue 11 5130 with a Bay Trail Atom Z3770 and 2GB ram. While it serves the purpose of my usage of office suites and web browsing, I could use a little faster tablet. It would stutter if I have more than 5 tabs open on Edge. But there is nothing wrong with this tablet with a plenty of battery life and nothing broken after using if for close to 4 years now.
I am looking at a Dell Latitude 11 5175 tablet with a Core M3 and 4GB of ram. Is this upgrade worth it? Or should I save some more money to get the Core M5 version for around $150 more? My usage is office word, and youtube.

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Preferred Solution: Upgrading from a Bay Trail Atom tablet to a Core M3 tablet worth it?

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To make it simple, I've been searching for a portable device for productivity at university that doesn't cost much for any office apps, web and pdf.
So far, there's the Asus Transformer mini T102HA with 4gb ram and intel atom x5 for only 285$, but there's also news that the first PC with snapdragon processor is coming at the end of 2017.
Therefore, is ARM tablet going to cost like the atom or where along the pentium/celeron, m3/m5 and i3/i5/i7 processors ?

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The bay trail tablets come with office 2013 preinstalled, I cracked my asus t100 and wanted to move office to my new dell venue 11 pro core i3 version. I downloaded office and it got to the point where it needed to check if any other computers are using the license. So of course with it being activated on the asus it didn't let me. So is there anyway of deactivating it from the asus and transferring it to the dell or is the office version "special" that came with the bay trail tablets?

Answer:Possible to transfer microsoft office from bay trail tablet to new tablet?

Uninstall it on the T100?
Sent from my Z10 using Tapatalk

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Intel has formally announced the Bay Trail platform at IDF, with the first device revealed by Asus, the T100. :)
More on the platform here:
What are your thoughts and what are you looking forward to in forthcoming Bay Trail devices?

Answer:Bay Trail arrives, the Atom Z3000 series - up to Quad HD screen, quad core CPU, 4GB DDR3 RAM, CS, In

T1000, nice! I am excited to see what is next.

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Question: ATOM Tablet

I've tried installing XP Pro SP3 on to an ATOM Tablet, after the files have been copied to the hard drive and the unit reboots, I get the message "Missing or Corrupt hal.dll". Is this due to XP not discovering the hardware correctly?

I'm only downgrading due to the graphics chip struggling under Windows 7 Home Premium. It's an Intel GMA 500 so should work better than I've seen under Win 7.

Answer:ATOM Tablet

I have seen this before, some newer bios's are not compatible with XP, XP setup cannot determine what type of HAL to use.

Not sure anything can be done about it.

Another way to make XP obsolete.


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windows 7 (32 and 64 bit have been tried)
java 6 version 13 & 33 have been tried
java 7 latest version has been tried
looked at the bios settings, and there were none that could be changed, that would do anything

when i click on the java control panel applet, it gives not error. nothing.

when i try to run javaw.exe or javacpl.exe i get the same thing.

when i go to event viewer. there is an error 1000 there. just says there was a fault in module javaw.exe

each OS install was fresh and java was the 1st thing installed.

i am wondering if there is an issue with atom cpu's and java....

Answer:why can't i get java to run on my NEW atom tablet ?

What tablet is this? From where did you install java? I've installed the JRE on an HP Slate 500 from Oracle's site with no problems.

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Looking at bestbuy, Amazon, manufacturer sites, it seems no one is actually selling any of those Atom tablets they've been hyping for so long. Only thing that seems to be available are the Surface, Asus Vivo Tab RT, regular and touchscreen laptops. Am I missing something or could it be true what was rumoured that Intel hasn't got their power management drivers ready?

Answer:Anyone seen an x86 Atom tablet for sale?

I heard from a top Mfg that Intel had a bug that had to be resolved, maybe that's the power driver issue you speak of. I didn't ask for details but I'd sure like to get my hands on an Atom-based Windows 8 pro tablet!

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Hello everyone and thank you for your time and help.
I am looking to create the ultimate mobile powerhouse setup.
I want to use the new Intel Core i7 NUC - www*intel*com/content/www/us/en/nuc/nuc-kit-nuc5i7ryh*html
and I need help finding a low latency wireless touch monitor solution.
Is it possible to use a bay trail tablet as a wireless touch monitor, possibly using splashtop over WiFi direct? The only other wireless monitor solution I have found is the lenovo ThinkVision LT1423p 13.3-inch IPS LED Backlit LCD Wireless Touch Monitor w/pen
The problem is that this has a 35ms latency which is unacceptable, and costs 360 (in London)
I am hoping to use the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 with Windows (13") - shop*lenovo*com/us/en/tablets/lenovo/yoga-tablet-series/yoga-tablet-2-win-13/
It has a Intel Atom Z3745 Processor with 2mb cache, 4gb ram and 802.11abgn WLAN network card.
I have a li-ion battery which would power the core i7 nuc for 7 hours which is more than enough (it only weighs 1.25kg)
I work from coffee shops and so would have the NUC sat atop the Li-ion Battery in a commuter bag on the floor, and the 13" tablet on the table.
What would be the best solution? Would it be splashtop over WiFi direct? or some other medium?
who much latency would I expect from your solution?
All thoughts would be appreciated.
Thanks again for taking time to consider this, this project will be interesting.

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So I was able to get hardware accelerated hevc playback with my gtx 960 by checking HEVC and UHD under the LAV decoder section of mpc-hc. however, I couldn't get hardware accelerated hevc playback on my x5-z8300 tablet which supposedly does have hevc hardware decoding. anyone have any suggestion?

Answer:how can i get hevc hardware acceleration with cherry trail tablet and mpc-hc?

It may depend on what you're attempting to play: the Cherry Trail support appears to be hardware acceleration aka decoding support for h.265 HEVC video streams with 8-bits of color depth - if you're attempting to play back 10-bit color depth files (popular nowadays, for whatever reason and yes I know 10-bit can be more efficient than 8-bit in some situations with some content) it's not going to work.

8-bit h.265 HEVC is the standard with respect to hardware acceleration/decoding support at this point, but soon enough 10-bit will most likely be added to processors and GPUs as well but at this time based on the specs of Cherry Trail, it's just 8-bit standard support.

If you're using 8-bit h.265 HEVC content then this becomes a moot thing I suppose and the issue lies elsewhere. You didn't say the file(s) you're attempting to play did not play at all, you just said they don't appear to be hardware accelerated/decoded during playback so, if they are actually playing but at a reduced framerate, laggy, stuttering, audio/video out of sync kind of problems then yes the hardware acceleration/decoding isn't working properly. It could be a driver issue for the GPU support (make sure you're using the latest from Intel of course), or a setting in MPC-HC with the LAV filters but you already know that much.

I kinda suspect it's an 8-bit vs 10-bit problem but I could be and probably am wrong.

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I was browsing Tablet PCs recently (looking to buy one now that the hype is over and they're more affordable) and I noticed some that came with XP Tablet edition (home/pro) and some that just came with XP home/pro.

Is it really worth the extra $$$ to get the "tablet edition" on a tablet PC or are you just as well off to go with regular XP and the normal touch-screen-input driver?

Answer:is "tablet edition" worth the extra $$$ on a tablet PC?

How much more do they want for tablet over xp pro?

Tablet PC is xp pro with the tablet pc fuctions added. If you are getting a tablet then get the os that works best with it.

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Hello HP, I own an HP X2 10n-002nl which was delivered with 32-bit windows 8.1 and now upgraded to 10. I recently discoverd, to my disappointment, that it is imposssible to install 32-bit or 64-bit OS such as Linux without incurring into much trouble.(I've just tried but I **bleep***** up the process ending with a 501 bios error, then I have reinstalled a clean win10) It would be nice to have both 64 bit processor and hardware giving the user more flexibility in its OS choice. Anyway this tablet is so slow compared to Android tablet! A boost is much needed! Than you for your attention MV

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Someone on xda has got his hands on a Samsung x86 Ativ Atom tablet and gives his impressions. Seems to be happy with Photoshop and 1080p playback under the right circumstances. Doesn't look too shabby.Samsung Series 5 Hybrid (Ativ Smart PC) W8 tablet - Quick Review for Note 10.1 owners - xda-developers

Answer:Atom tablet performance impressions - Samsung Ativ

Originally Posted by theefman Someone on xda has got his hands on a Samsung x86 Ativ Atom tablet and gives his impressions. Seems to be happy with Photoshop and 1080p playback under the right circumstances. Doesn't look too shabby.Samsung Series 5 Hybrid (Ativ Smart PC) W8 tablet - Quick Review for Note 10.1 owners - xda-developers Thanks a lot!
Just spend a bit over a hour trying to find videos or something to get some kind of picture will atom be enough for my use.
Looking quite good reading that text. Would certainly give me much more moving space for my Windows 8 hybrid.
What i have been reading about these W8 atom tablet and hybrids, the battery life seems to be truly amazing, like beyond iPad amazing. Something that's a bit surprising.

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hello fellow microsofties, I recently "upgraded"(more like sidegraded) from an asus M81C to a nuvision TM800W610L mostly for the nicer screen and body and it went all good there, only problem is I expected it to be as fast or a bit faster than the asus since it has a newer atom chip which is lower end but should be just as good or better than the older higher end I had while consuming less power
but that has hardly been the case, it is noticeably slower than the asus, and I blame the OS being 64bit for that, frankly I don't see the reasoning behind a 2gb non-upgradeable device running x64, the battery seems to be worse too, anyway, I can't seem to find a way to make this thing boot a x86 w10 drive no matter what, does anyone have a clue how to fix this? and even more confusing is I can boot an x86 linux distro just fine, so it obviously isnt locked to x64
I ended up fresh installing the x64 OS and yet again everything feels the same, multitasking is noticeably worse because ram usage is higher than on x86, from a fresh boot the x86 tablet has 1.2/2gb ram usage while the x64 sits at 1.5/2gb

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I describe myself as computer-proficient yet I am puzzled by what problem is causing my Samsung ATIV 500T tablet (with atom x86 processor and 32-bit Win8) to do these two things:

1. Whenever I reboot the computer and after it boots into the 'metro' start screen, a horizontal bar with the following notice appears:

Your PC ran into aproblemThis problem causedyour PC to restart. You can send info to Microsoft about what went wrong tohelp us improve Windows.
Send details Don't send

I bought it on Oct 28th, the day after Win 8 was released and this started happening in December. Every time I restart I will see this. Sometimes I send the details sometimes I click "don't send". Either way the system will make a minidump file. It's mostly an annoyance as it always works fine afterwards. It never BSOD'd.

2. Recently I noticed the computer cannot be turned off! When I turn it off it will first log out and power itself off, with the power light out. But in about 10 seconds the machine will turn it self on again, go through the Samsung logo, straight to the log in screen. This has caused the tablet battery to completely die in its bag during one long trip, though I thought I turned it off. I suspect these two are related. Could it be some driver issue? Could it be manufacturer defect? You help is greatly appreciated.

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Answer:Bizarre crash notice every time I reboot my Atom tablet

There are several reports missing from the uploaded files. Please generate an MSINFO32 report and a systeminfo report

Here's how to do the MSINFO32:

Please go to Start and type in "msinfo32.exe" (without the quotes) and press Enter
Save the report as an .nfo file, then zip up the .nfo file and upload/attach the .zip file with your next post.
Also, save a copy as a .txt file and include it also (it's much more difficult to read, but we have greater success in getting the info from it).

If you're having difficulties with the format, please open an elevated (Run as administrator) Command Prompt and type "msinfo32 /nfo C:\Users\Public\Desktop\TEST.NFO" (without the quotes) and press Enter. Then navigate to the C:\Users\Public\Desktop directory to retrieve the TEST.NFO file. If you have difficulties with making this work, please post back.

For the systeminfo report, do this:

1) Open an elevated (Run as administrator) Command Prompt
2) Type in the following and press Enter:

systeminfo >%userprofile%\Desktop\systeminfo.txt

3) Zip up the systeminfo.txt file from your Desktop and upload it with your next post.

The latest batch of memory dumps blame bcmdhd63.sys - a driver component of your Broadcom WiFi driver. Please:
- download a fresh copy of the latest, Win8 compatible version of this driver from the PC Manufacturer's website
- uninstall the current wifi driver fro... Read more

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I'm looking at an X41 tablet. It has 1.5 gigs of ram, and a 20 gig drive.  The price tag is 350 shipped. It is in warranty until june 09. I would like to know if this is a good deal. Also, the stylus is not the same that came with it, and the chassis has a bit of scuff and damage to it. Would warranty replace the chasses and stylus?Message Edited by thinkpadpro on 12-26-2008 04:04 PM

X41T: Dead from a power surge during a BIOS Flash!

Answer:Is an X41 Tablet worth it?

thinkpadpro wrote: Would warranty replace the chasses and stylus?chassis wear and lost accessories are not covered under warranty.   warranties are designed to replace parts which fail under reasonable, normal use.

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I'm caught in the price vs performance vs battery life conundrum. After initially ruling out Atom, I'm starting to reconsider. Can others share their experiences with these processors and any differences encountered?
Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I747 using Tapatalk 2

Answer:Atom Clover Trail vs Ivy Bridge

I don't have a tablet, but I am familiar with the Atom CPU. The old single core Atom CPU would struggle. The newer dual core Atom CPU are pretty powerful. I have a dual core Atom CPU in my HTPC and it does everything I need it to do, like downloading and playing a movie at the same time.
Hope that helps, maybe someone else will have a better comparison for you.

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Does anyone here have any experience of the Linx 10 Windows tablet?
It can currently be bought for 159 (109 with rebate) which seems like a good deal, especially when you consider that it also has a year's subscription to Office 365 included (two seats.)
But is it really worth it? I'll rarely be running demanding Windows desktop apps, and will probably stick with apps from the store. Browsing, email, YouTube and Spotify will be my main uses, but a little document editing may be undertaken if my laptop isn't to hand.
I'm not sure if an Android tablet would be a better option. (I'm not overly enamoured with Android, though we have several Android phones/tablets in the house already.)

Answer:[UK] Linx 10 tablet - worth a punt?

Its personal preference... Sadly some of the cheap Windows tablets out there run slow, but doesn't sound like you'll need much grunt from the processor.
Give it a try, and for just over 100, it's not a bad punt!

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Intel now has shipping the Clover Trail+ Z2580. This will likely replace the Z2760.
So, here is the apparent difference with the current Clover Trail Z2760:
Z2760: Dual Core 1.8Ghz
Z2580: Dual Core 2.0Ghz
Z2760: SGX545 - single core 533mhz
Z2580: SGX544mp2 - dual core 533mhz
How will these two line up in speed do you all think?

Answer:Intel Atom Clover Trail+ z2580

The key is the dual core.

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Just got this, and did a clean install of Windows 10 Pro. Installed all drivers, nothing funky in Device Manager, but the touchscreen and the pen are not working. Click on Pen Tablet Properties in Control panel and it tells me Supported Tablet Not Found on the System. This is my first time dealing with one of these, and am lost.  Lenovo Thinkpad X220 TabletIntel i7-2640M(2.8GHz)8GB RAM, 250GB Solid State Drive12.5in 1366x768 Multitouch LCDIntel HD GraphicsIntel 802.11agnBluetooth1Gb EthernetUltraNav, Secure Chip,Fingerprint reader, Camera

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Hi all, I have recently upgraded to windows 7 (64bit) and now when I  put my tablet into tablet mode, the screen doesn't autorotate and none of the tablet buttons work. In order to rotate the screen I have to right click on the desktop and choose graphic properties/rotation.Interestingly if I press the tablet buttons while in tablet mode and then rotate the screen up to notepad mode within a few seconds the button will perform its function (rotate screen, activate tablet shortcut menu, etc). Does anyone know how to fix this problem? I've tried running system update (4.0) to no avail. Cheers

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(I've just tried "preview post" several times and each time it's stripped the whitespace and turned my ten paragraphs into a megaparagraph. I'm going to try pressing "submit new thread" and hope it doesn't do it this time.)

My Wacom tablet's pen has died and I hope to have a new one arriving in a few days but in the meantime I dug out an old Hanvon Rollick tablet which isn't supported under Windows 10 (which I use) but I nevertheless found some Windows 7 drivers for it which people reported working under Windows 10.

The problem is my PC is trying to behave like a tablet e.g. putting that blue teardrop thing on text boxes on Chrome (I'm not sure of its correct name) and when I try to ctrl-click a link, it shows a little "ctrl" label under the cursor and won't open the link in a new tab like it's supposed to and just does it in the same tab.

It takes multiple tries to right-click and open a link and when I hover over the link the cursor keeps rapidly flashing between the arrow and finger icons.

It is very difficult to click minimise, restore or close on Chrome because hovering over them doesn't make them go red and clicking on them doesn't tend to make them do anything unless you try many, many times.It's being profoundly irritating in programs other than Chrome too but those are some examples.

I was used to old my Wacom (Volito 2) trying to do tablet-like things but stopped it doing bubbles with gpedit's "turn off pen feedbac... Read more

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I have a projector that I use to project things from my computer, but I have no way to show a drawing process.

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I have a Tablet drawing monitor, and today the pen stopped working, I fiddled with it for a while, I tried uninstalling the drivers for the Hardware and reinstalling, but then I noticed that the Tablet Settings and Calibration Options you normally see in Control Panel are mysteriously gone. After maybe 2 hrs of googling I've given up,. there's very little on google, and now im considering doing a "Rest This PC." Any help would be appreciated.

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Hello. We've got an unusual problem when applying driverpackage for lenovo x201.OSD with SCCM 2007.. The Audio driver installs successfully during OSD (with silent install switch) and in devicemanager we can see that the conexant 20585 Smart Audio HD driver has been installed. Same with "Intel screen audio". But in the Audio options in controlpanel all the fields is grayed out.There is with other words no associated soundcard / standard device. If we install the driver again, logged in as an user the recently grayed out fields in Audio options automagically now shows the correct input / output devices (Conexant audio) and the sound starts working. Is there some issue when installing drivers in SYSTEM context?Notice: There is no "?" in device manager. BR!

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Greetings, My system is i7 Multitouch X230t. It was working fine from last 2 months till today when while turning my screen from laptop to Tablet configuration the touch and pen function suddenly disappeared. When trying to access the Pen and Tablet setting it gives an error " A supported tablet not found on the system".Also at the same time i noted that in my device manager a USB device is now labeled as Unknown device. I searched the net and tried everything.  Restarting. - No effectUninstalling the unknown USB device and restarting - No effectUpdating all lenovo drivers from the lenovo Site - No effect System Recovery to an earlier Date (15 days) - No effect When i Tried to update Lenovo Multitouch/pen driver from lenovo site it give error " A supported tablet not found on the system" and aborts installing the driver. I uninstalled the wacom driver ISDdrivers.exe from windows Uninstall utility and again tried to install Multitouch and pen drivers but again it says " A supported tablet not found on the system". Someone please help. I am afraid it might be a hardware issue as the problem started when i turned the screen from laptop to tablet mode. Currently My X230t is just a Laptop and NOT a TABLET as there is NO touch and NO pen input, as if windows doesn't even recognize any tablet hardware on board. PLEASE HELP. Thankyou 

Answer:Help: X230t " A supported tablet not found on the system" Problem. Its not a tablet anymore

Perhaps the cable got severed when you were turning it around? I've had a Wifi antenna cable break this way on an HP tablet... If it's still under warranty have them check it and replace it if necessary. It could also be a loose connector but there's no way to be sure without opening the screen assembly.

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I have a Tablet drawing monitor, and today the pen stopped working, I fiddled with it for a while, I tried uninstalling the drivers for the Hardware and reinstalling, but then I noticed that the Tablet Settings and Calibration Options you normally see in Control Panel are mysteriously gone. After maybe 2 hrs of googling I've given up,. there's very little on google, and now im considering doing a "Rest This PC." Any help would be appreciated.

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Tablet PC Settings not showing in Control Panel Although Tablet PC Components enabled in Programs & Features.
I have tried System Restore, re-enabling Tablet Components...

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I have a Cherry Mobile Alpha Morph that works without problems aside from the fact that, when I undock it from the keyboard, it doesn't detect that it should now be in Tablet Mode. I have to manually go to the Action Center and toggle it there. Same with docking it back. I have already checked my settings and I didn't disable Tablet Mode either.

Anyone have an idea how I can resolve this? I just want to seamlessly dock and undock the tablet and it should switch to tablet or desktop mode respectively.

I don't know if it's relevant but the OS is Windows 10 Home Single Language.

Answer:Tablet mode doesn't get engaged when I undock my Windows tablet?

I would like to know how to enable this as well - In fact, I was hoping to be prompted to change modes when dock/undocking....instead of having to find the setting and toggle tablet mode on/off every time.

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I think iBall Slide i701 is the cheapest tablet in world (windows) even cheaper than Lumia 430.
Only USD 77$
But i have some questions before i proceed to buy it for my child
1. As it is 16gb tablet but in actual we get only 4gb free space & i have read in reviews that once we update windows & other apps we are left with only 400mb space & we cant install other apps. So is it possible to install software's (.exe) on 64GB memory card which this tablet support ?
I am not talking about APPS, I am talking about .exe files like photoshop, ERP, educational softwares etc.
2. As it is having only 1 USB port so it is possible to attach a USB hub so that we can attach pen drives, KB, Mouse, HDD, 3g Dongel & power adapter at once ?
If anyone of you have used any windows 8/8.1 tablet then please reply.

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hi guys i really want to try a windows 8 tablet and i plan to buy it either by the end of this month or by next January. I am confused on what to pick though
First of all, the reason why I want a windows 8 tablet IS because i like the interface. but more importantly, i need metatrader and cTrader in legacy app as im a full time forex trader. I have metatrader in my iphone but you cant seriously compare that with the windows version (no tabbing, no lines drawing, no fibonacci, etc.). cTrader doesnt even exist there.
im looking to replace my macbook pro (which btw i also installed windows 8 on it through parallels virtual desktop) with a windows 8 tablet to support my trading while im outside
So basically I dont need a super i7 tablet or something. However, im curious to know how windows 8 atom tablets perform. I have seen enough reviews and some people says atom tablets perform badly in legacy apps. Question is, how bad is that bad? Does it lag so bad even though i dont need to run heavy apps like adobe? I only need to run these trading apps which btw are very light. You can compare them with MS paint i believe, just with constant connection.
would it do well in atom tablets? I dont want lags when i switch from win8 native apps to metatrader and cTrader.
next question - how does windows 8 tablet on-screen keyboard work with legacy apps? Would i have special gesture to show up the on-screen keyboard or it automatically appears when i touch the screen? I personally dont believe ... Read more

Answer:Help Me Choose My Tablet - Thinkpad Tablet 2, Vivotab, Acer W700, Etc.

I forgot to add one more question. how responsive legacy apps (desktop mode) is to your finger? Do i really need a pen or it doesnt help either? Because acer w700 doesnt come with a pen so it's also a crucial question for me

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When I use the X220 as a laptop I can duplicate the display through my SmartBoard projector but when I use it as a tablet and it is docked I have to turn the tablet and dock 180 degrees so I am not writing upside down on the smartboard;  that means the dock has the cables coming out the front.  I can undock and plug everything into the X220 but the beauty of the dock is that I don't have to!

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I have a desktop that runs Windows 8.1. My x220 tablet runs Windows 7. I was thinking about getting a wacom bamboo tablet for my art in photoshop (which I make on my desktop... x220 isn't powerful enough for what I do in photoshop). Then I realized that my x220 tablet is kind of the same thing. Is there anyway I can connect my tablet to my desktop so that when I'm using photoshop, I can use the stylus on the tablet to control what I do? Many thanks in advance.

Answer:Connecting x220 tablet to a desktop to use it like a wacom tablet with stylus

AFAIK, not easily:

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Hi. Recently, I have noticed that wifi connection in Tablet mode in my Thinkpad X230 Tablet is significantly slower than in laptop mode. Sometimes, it completely disconnected to the network. I tried to test with Speedtest. net and download a file via Internet Download manager. Both show that laptop mode has significantly higher and better speed connection than does laptop mode.  Does anyone have the same experience as me? Is the antena has any problem??? Thank you. I 

Answer:wifi connection on tablet mode - Thinkpad X230 Tablet

which model wifi card do you have? intel 6205, 6300 or ThinkPad 1x1 or 2x2.

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After a fatal error in my windows, I had to reinitialize my windows 10. After I did so by the windows original tools, the windows became completely stable, but all tablet features are lost. Even thinkvantage cannot recognize many features and hardwares do not work. What should I do?

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The latest bios update of X1 Tablet (Model:20GG) breaks the sleep (or hibernation) function. I found the tablet sometimes cannot be waken up by pressing the power button after entering connected standby. The version of the flawed BIOS is1.68-1.21 (N1LUJ30W) After rolling the embedded controller version back to 1.20 (N1LUJ29W), the problem no longer exists.

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Can I use (2 x 4GB) 204-Pin DDR3 SO-DIMM DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666) RAM with a Lenovo ThinkPad X201 Tablet (Core i7 640LM)? If so, would the particular PC3 10666 perform faster than Lenovo's PC3 8500? Newegg has an amazing deal on WINTEC 8GB (2 x 4GB) 204-Pin DDR3 SO-DIMM DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666) Laptop Memory Model 3AMD31333N-8G2K-R found here: Thank you.

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Anyone own or have any knowledge about this product currently on QVC as Today's Special Value? enter link description here It is not for personal use but for a Xmas present. Appears good value with 2yr Warranty. Urgent advice would be welcome.

Answer:Prestigio 8" Dual Core Android Tablet

Amazon reviews
A Google search indicates that other Prestigio models have reliability problems.
IMO you need to spend more on a tablet and go for at least the Samsung 7".

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Hey all, I have a weird problem.  My tablet buttons have stopped working-- but only in tablet mode.  That is, I can't rotate, or bring up the tablet shortcuts, or move around the screen in tablet mode.  Also autorotate doesn't work.  But if I switch out of tablet mode, I can do all of these things just fine (except for autorotate). Also, when I switch into tablet mode the screen doesnt rotate or anything, but when I switch out of tablet mode the screen rotates to the direction I defined in the settings (sometimes.. to be honest it seems pretty random to me).  I am running 32 bit vista w/ 4 gb ram on an x61 tablet with the latest drivers.  I have uninstalled the tablet button drivers and the lenovo system interface and reinstalled them already.. I have the latest APS. Help me out here.. I have no idea why this isn't working!  Don't make me have to reinstall vista to get the buttons working.. Tha'ts ridiculous!!  Arrrgh.

Answer:Tablet buttons stop working in tablet mode only

sano88 wrote:Also autorotate doesn't work.  But if I switch out of tablet mode, I can do all of these things just fine (except for autorotate).You haven't calibrated it yet and enabled it yet. You have to get into Tablet shortcut menu setting and do it all first. For the rest, uninstalled all ThinkPad Tablet Button Driver, ThinkPad Tablet shortcut menu then restar and reinstall vis System Update. Just let it find for you; that's the only thing I could recommend for this case.

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I just bought my Yoga 2 13, when I flip it to Tablet mode, the screen turns off. Apparently it goes to sleep. When I open it it turns on again. Do I need to do any adjustments? or is this a defect?

Answer:Yoga 2 13 Tablet Screen turns off when in Tablet Mode

Try updating your drivers first: that does not help, try a factory reset:1. Turn off your Yoga 2 132. Press the tiny button next to the power button on the right3. Follow instructions to perform a factory resetIf none of the above attempts have helped you, it is probably a hardware issue.

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I'm going to be doing some presentations and teaching online. I'm using Team Viewer 9 running on Windows 7 as my software. I would like to be able to have the equivalent to a whiteboard visible to the participants.
For a demonstration of the sort of thing I want to do see
click here
where the presenter draws circles etc. He doesn't do any handwriting in the YouTube video (but he does in the actual presentation at CBT nuggets)
I'm total newbie when it comes to tablets, but a tablet that allows drawing direct on the tablet and simultaneous display on a Windows monitor. I know that the presentation on You Tube was done with various Wacom devices. Intuos4, Cintiq monitor, or more recently, Cintiq Companion tablet. (I tweeted the presenter Shawn Powers). These devices are a bit beyond my budget. Is there a cheaper alternative? Sadly the Microsoft Surface Pro 2 is not yest available in Australia (where I am) - I'm not sure if it's a possible answer, but I'm assuming it would be. Is there anything else that's not going to mean I have to take out a mortgage on my house?
Thanks in advance for your help.

Answer:Drawing on a tablet with simultaneous display on the tablet and a Windows PC

I assume you mean you want to use an app on a standard tablet such as a Nexus 7 or IPad and stream the tablet screen content to a monitor or TV?
Maybe something like this is needed

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Well, I've finally had it. I've had my 6365 CTO X60 tablet pc for over a year now and last Monday I lost pen functionality in tablet pc mode in the afternoon after working fine in the morning. It works fine, even now after rotating the screen back to laptop mode. As soon as the screen is rotated back to tablet pc mode, no pen functionality but the mouse still works fine so I know it's functional in laptop mode but rotate back, all ok!  I did uninstall the Wacom drivers, restart, and then downloaded the tablet pc, windows xp version drivers from the site as instructed in a previous post. Unfortunately, the digitizer pen is still disabled in tablet pc mode and works fine when rotated back to laptop mode. I've called Lenovo tech support in Atlanta four times now and they've been totally useless. I wiped out my X60 tablet last Friday and used Rescue and Recovery to reinstall the operating system back to it's factory settings. I went back and unistalled and reinstalled the Wacom driver. Nothing. Since that didn't work either I've requested the box to ship this back to the Memphis Depot. Hopefully, I'll just get a new replacement machine that works but I'm so angry and frustrated w/ Lenovo's support because it's obvious that the people on the phone are not tech specialists and they couldn't even point me in a direction to get this fixed. It's cost me over a week now wo... Read more

Answer:X60 tablet pc digitizer pen functionality disabled in tablet pc mode

Problem solved! While the support folks weren't able to fix the problem over the phone, they did overnite me a prepaid return box which I sent back that day. Two days later they overnited my X60 tablet back fixed with a note saying 'LCD enabled'. I'm impressed how quickly they got my tablet pc back up and running. I'm glad I got that 3-yr. support warranty because I usually opt out of those things. This totally paid for itself. I just wish I hadn't been so reluctant to send back my laptop because I do need it for work and I figured I wouldn't get it back for at least a week or longer. I was so frustrated and pessimistic that I forgot sometimes these problems do get fixed in a very satisfactory manner. It's too bad the initial steps that led to sending it back were so painful. Bottom line: Lenovo fixed my pc quickly, no questions asked. Thanks!

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Hi, I have here a X220 Tablet that seem to have a FAN problem.Often in the last days my CPU temperature is often over 90 ░CAnd the fan has problem to reduce the temperature.I have also situation that the CPU is going too hot and the tablet switch off! With the CPU tool TPFC.62 I can see that the fan speed is 2300-2500 RPMs.But this seams not enough to be. And now the strange thing:When I disable the graphic adapter ?Intel(R) HD Graphics Family? (Driver and reboot and do the same thing that I done to get the temperature over 90 ░C with the intel graphic adapter the temperature is not going over 83 ░C!!! The fan speed is 3500-3800 RPMs. Can someone helps me with this issue?  

Answer:X220 Tablet FAN Problem - temperature over 90 ┬░C - tablet switch off :(

Hi giciorek,
I understand that your fan/temperature problems can be frustrating.  I would try updating your BIOS and also updating Power Manager.  (Some on the forum have tried downloading ThinkPad Fan Control, but that is not an official Lenovo solution.)
Download Power Manager here:
Download BIOS Update here:
In Power Manager, click Advanced at top right, you can Set Optimize Fan Control to Balance All Parameters under Battery Settings.  Set it to Reduce Noise Dynamically under AC.
Let me know if this helps.

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Hi all,    I have a really annoying x220 tablet disconnects from the internet whenever I enter tablet mode. The internet can be working perfectly fine while in non tablet mode but as soon as I switch to tablet mode, my internet disconnects. And if I switch back to non tablet mode from tablet mode, my internet returns almost instantaneously. I can load a page in non tablet mode with no problems, switch to tablet mode and the page stops loading. If I return back to non tablet mode the page resumes loading without so much as a pause or a hiccup. Also, when I switch the computer to tablet mode, wifi networks disappear off of the "available networks" list that were there before the switch.     I've tried everything, from updating network device drivers, reinstalling network device drivers, running diagnostics, reformatting my computer, uninstalling Norton Antivirus, system restoring to days before the last known working date in normal mode and safe mode, and contacting customer support (chat and call, managed to get a hold of a rep) but none of them have worked.    I also used to have a networking log before I reformatted/system reset to factory settings and there were a ton of errors with words like avsc manager failed to "something" ... I'll reinstall the thinkpad network managing program to create another log. Can someone please help me? My last resort is calling lenovo support again to have tech support come to hel... Read more

Answer:X220 Tablet Internet Tablet Mode Problem

hey kiul676,that's weird, could you check your bios is at 1.24. if it isnt go here and update :

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hello all, i would like to set the three Tablet Buttons (the ones on the 'display' half of the notebook) to Shift, Ctrl and Alt, so i can use photoshop  also in 'tablet' mode of the notebook. the ctrl and alt keys were OK to set up, but it doesn't recognize the Shift key in the setup dialog. is there any known workaround?thanks for any reply.

Answer:x200 tablet & setting Shift to one of the Tablet Buttons

Try checking if the SHIFT key is actually one of the items on the drop down menu in the tablet pc button settings.

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plz help
i have lenovo thinkpad 2 tablet it was not running well so i decided to reset it ...
and it keeps on repeating the same thing...
please help me ....


If it is still under warranty, call Lenovo. IF you tried to reset to factory defaults, and it is still failing, then you have something else that is going bad. My suspicion would be memory as that is what happened to me although it was on a desktop. Something to check...good luck.

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Hi people!, Im pretty sure this topic has been discussed before but im still having trouble making it work. When in tablet mode jabbing any of the buttons doesnt do anything, however when i switch back to normal laptop mode the buttons that i pressed start taking effect (screen rotate, tablet toolbox) . ive tried reinstalling windows and all the drivers i would be great to get this working again! Ive got a X61t with the following installed:-Windows 7-ISD tablet 7.1.0-9-Tablet button driver 4.04-tablet shortcut 6.33 any help is appreciated thanks!

Answer:tablet buttons dont work in tablet mode

download thinkvantage system update, it should load all the missing drivers for you.

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Does anyone know if there is a program available (free if possible) similar to Quicken (Deluxe) that I could use on my Android Tablet(HP 10 Tablet G2 -2301)? That would keep track of bank accounts and interest earned, and keep track of one stock IRA and interest earned and yearly RMD? And produce reports for that interest earned, etc.? Mainly for using when preparing yearly tax forms.

Answer:Quicken alternative for Android Tablet(HP 10 Tablet G2 -2301

Have you looked at

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I have upgraded to Windows 8 64 bit on my X61 Tablet, however I cannot get the tablet buttons, hotkeys, or auto-rotation to work. My understanding is that Lenovo has stopped supporting these products. I think it is a shame to stop using a perfectly working tablet PC with a superior LCD. I don't want to go back to Win 7 leaving all kinds of nice features on Windows 8. Any suggestions? Is there a hope? Koray

Answer:X61 Tablet Windows 8 - Tablet Button and Features Request

Hi koray,
I've been playing around with Windows 8 since the developers preview.  I've ran it on a lot of older systems.  Getting things to work will require some experimentation on your part.  
You can start with your Driver Matrix.  There you can find the Hotkeys Utility for Windows 8.  You will also need the Power Manager Driver for Windows 8.  Not Power Manager,  just the Power Manager Driver.  
Run Windows Update, it will probably find some stuff.  Some Windows 7 drivers will work, others won't.  
I'm running Windows 8 Pro on an x60 tablet and everything works fine.  I also have it on an x61 non-tablet and it runs fine. I had to do a lot of messing around with stuff to get them to work right though. 
Just make sure that you set system restore points before changing anything so you can get back what you had before, just in case something doesn't work right.  And, only install one thing at a time and reboot and test it out thoroughly before you install something else.  
Good luck with this,

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Hi I have installed 64bit windows 7 on my machine quite recently in order to utilise the extra ram. When i rotate the screen clockwise to tablet mode, the screen will auto rotate to primary potrait by default and the buttons will work as usual. However, when i swivel my screen anti clockwise to tablet mode, the screen will NEVER auto orientate to primary potrait mode and all the tablet buttons will not work if i rotate the screen ANTI CLOCKWISE. Can anyone help me on this? Thanks alot in advance for the replies

Answer:X200 Tablet rotation and tablet buttons problem

I found another thread in another forum whereby another x200t user has the same problem. Hope someone can give advice regarding this. Thank you

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I have upgraded my X201 Tablet to Windows 10 32bit. As far as I can tell, everything is working, including the WACOM drivers and touchscreen.  Wireless has worked perfectly so far, not sure about Bluetooth as I don't use it. My only issue is that the buttons on the display do not work. The power button located on the display does work. I tried installing the Tablet Button Driver II and it will go through the install but the buttons do not work.  This is the download link: The document claims Windows 10 compatability and was Last Updated :08 Jun 2015. On inspection, all the files extracted are dated from 2012 and when trying to manually run the software Windows throws up an error that the software is not supported on this PC.   I removed and reinstalled and noted that the driver information page when running the installer does NOT have Windows 10 listed as a supported system. My assumption is that the driver that they have linked on the download page is NOT the most current driver and is infact the driver for Windows 7 from 2012. Does anyone know how to contact Lenovo to get the correct driver posted to the page, or know of an alternate source to try and find it?

Answer:X201 Tablet Windows 10 Tablet buttons not working

hi, I can't help you with your question, sorry! Gooed to hear everything else is working fine on your system. Can you tell me what to do to get the x201 tablet's touchscreen to work!? I will have a clean windows 10 install. Where do i get the (right) drivers (windows, Wacom?) Thanx!Carlo

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Has anyone run into the problem where there is no audio on an X61 tablet even though SoundMax drivers are shown to be installed properly?  Any help would be appreciated. Thx

Answer:No audio on X61 tablet running Window XP Tablet Edition

I have the same issue right now on an X60 tablet that I just upgraded to Vista Ultimate.  All of my drivers are up to date, except it shows on windows update that I have an audio driver still to update.  I go through the process, and then it will not install the update.  I wish I could help with this more, but wanted to let you know that others have similar problems. I hope someone can help us.B 

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Hi I've looked at every category in the drivers matrix and absolutely cannot find the drivers that control the Tablet buttons on my tablet screen,  Can anyone point me to a link???  I found another thread on this forum that talks about a similar issue and someone posted a link to beta drivers, but the link doesn't go beyond the main Support home page at Lenovo.  Thanks, -G

Answer:X200 Thinkpad Tablet - Tablet buttons drivers NA???

Hey there Cr0sschex77,
To get some clarification to better direct you, what operating system are you currently using? Additionally are you referring to physical buttons or "buttons" on the touchscreen once at the desktop? Thanks Cr0sschex77!

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I have a wierd problem - I have six X61 Tablets, all with XP SP3.  One of them gets the BSOD on every boot during the XP Logo scroll.  This occurs on both its original drive and if I put in an HDD which works fine in another chassis.  Note that it will copy (clone) that disk fine if I follow normal protocol using Acronis True Image Home 2010 CD (on the ultrabase with either CD or DVD) - it clones USB drive to HDD fine, then that HDD works fine in another chassis, but gives the same BSOD when I try to run it in this chassis.  I am pulling my hair out trying to figure what is different, as I am unaware of any setup or BIOS changes.  Any ideas?  Could a bad CMOS battery cause this?  I have yet to try a new HDD setup from Lenovo disk set, but that is my next try.  I hoped to get insight here first, though.  Thanks in advance. Joe Holzer

Answer:X61 Tablet BSOD with XP SP3 using same drive that works fine in another X61 Tablet

hey ideaman911,let me get this straight ...X61 Tablet (Shoddy) + original HDD = BSODX61 Tablet (Good) + original HDD = PerfectX61 Tablet (Shoddy) + HDD (from X61 Tablet(Good)) = BSODX61 Tablet (Good) + HDD (from X61 Tablet (Shoddy) ) = ??is all the unit at bios version 1.25 ?

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So the DV port on my asus eee pc 1005peb is failing, and got the idea from android central to look into tablet and tablet hybrids. I kind of like the idea of having a hybrid for both the netbook kind of experience combined with a tablet experience. I'm having trouble discovering what my brands and model options are for that type of device. I'm concerned from what little I have seen so far I'm going to be against a cost prohibitive wall compared to spending $100 to have the port replaced. I'm one to figure if I'm going to toss that kind of cash into a repair I might as well consider replacing it with something else instead of doing the repair.
For my desktop PC I hesitant on going to windows 8 because of a lot of negative stuff I've heard but at the same time I hear good stuff about it too. But when it comes to a portable device like my netbook and a tablet. I think hm windows 8 (not RT) sounds like it would be a good fit since it is designed for both traditional mouse and keyboard input and touchscreen input. Plus I would like to retain the software I use on my netbook to use on whatever replaces it. Something I can't do with my current HP touchpad with webOS and android (CM9) on it. I tried using both as a replacement for my netbook but in the end there were just too many things I didn't like about that. I let my dad take my netbook out of town with him for about 2 month and was trying to use the touchpad as a replacement. I was glad to have my netbook back to use it again.
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Answer:shopping for netbook replacement with tablet or tablet hybrid

Sounds like you have a pretty good idea of what you are looking for. What would be the price range you are looking at?

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I have a new X220 Tablet, and the Pen and Tablet functions work perfectly out of the box as long as the unit is on the Ultrabase. As soon as I remove from the Ultrabase (or boot while not connected), the Pen & Tablet functions stop working. Conversely, if I dock the X220, the Pen & Tablet functions begin working again. The behavior is the same regardless of whether I have an external monitor attached or not. Any thoughts?

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I'm new to the Tablet community but excited to venture into it.  My workplace provided me with an X201 Tablet type 2985 model C5U.  The pen works great but I can emulate any of the finger/touch demos.  Is this not supported with my type or model?  Or do I need a special driver.  When I open the tablet PC settings, I'm given the option to identify my screen as PEN or TOUCH.  While I select TOUCH, no finger combination (one or two) that presses my screen will invoke anything.  I was hoping this would be a touch solutoin albeit more powerful than the iPad.  Appreciate your responses everyone. Thank you. L

Answer:X201 Tablet Tablet MultiTouch Support (Newbie)

welcome to the forum!
the 2985-C5U model has a pen-only outdoor-viewable display.   it does not support touch input.

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i just bought a 10.1 Windows 7 N570 Dual Core 2GB 32GB HD 3G Tablet, the HDD is split into 2 equel parts, even though nothing has been added or downloaded to the C drive it is FULL, does windows 7 take up this much room? Can i join the 2 drives C & D together without loosing anything or messing up the system ? i do have a disc that came with it but not sure if a full virsion of W7 is on there, anyone that can help me would be great, thansk

Answer:10.1 Windows 7 N570 Dual Core 2GB 32GB HD 3G Tablet problems

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In Switzerland, the X61 tablet was only sold with a tiny 80GB disk, which I have now filled. So, I am about the replace it with a newly purchased 200GB disk. I plan to do the following:Step 1. Make a clean reinstallation of Vista on a 120GB partition from the Recovery disks, which I previously created months ago.Q1. Will this create the 5GB Recovery partition on my new disk? Will it work with the blue button?Q2. Will the recovered Vista be clean, i.e. not a snapshot of the updates and application that were installed when I created the recovery disks?Step 2. Dual-boot to linux, in an 80GB partition I reserved in Step 1.Q3. Does dual-booting cause problems with the Recovery mechanism?All thoughts appreciated.Keith

Answer:X61 Tablet / Biz Vista: upgrading harddisk

klx wrote:Step 1. Make a clean reinstallation of Vista on a 120GB partition from the Recovery disks, which I previously created months ago.

If you are referring to the factory state recovery disk set, it will repartition your drive into the factory state, which is a single OS partion taking up most of the available disk capacity and a small Service partition.  You can't install "into" a particular partition from the disk set.
You can resize the operating system partition after installation.

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The learning curve on this machine is steep if you want to take advantage of all the input options but I've put the time in and I'm starting to love it. There is one thing I wish Lenovo would address though. I see plenty of ThinkPad users with this problem going back to at least 2008, and no solutions forthcoming. The manual states: "On the display bezel near the screen is a row of buttons with which you can control your computer in the tablet mode, without the use of the keyboard."By default the buttons are set to turn your computer off, press CTRL+ALT+DEL, or rotate the screen 90 degrees. The manual goes on to describe how you can customize these buttons via the Tablet Shorcut Menu, which is accessed via Start > Programs > Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools > Tablet Utility.If you open this program you get a dialog box titled "Auto Screen Rotation Settings." This dialog controls what orientation the screen should switch to when you convert into tablet. So it really doesn't have anything to do with the buttons.The only dialog that allows any assignment of the tablet buttons is Windows Control Panel > Tablet PC Settings. Here the Buttons tab is supposed to list the actual buttons on the front panel and let you assign them, but the only one shown is the Screen Rotation button. This works fine, you can set the button's function for a single press and a long press. (Too bad it's not possible to use Shift by itself, but that is as-designed by MS.)It should go without sayi... Read more

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I just went about searching the web to find out if an X60/X61 Tablet pen fits in an X41 Tablet (as in, stores properly in the pen slot - it will definitely work on the X41 Tablet screen) and couldn't find the answer on any of the popular forums. So, I pinged some Lenovians to find the answer.

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Answer:Does X60/X61 Tablet pen fit in X41 Tablet and vice versa? *SOLVED*

The answer is that the X41 Tablet pen fits in the X60/X61 Tablet slot, but the X60/X61 Tablet pen does not fit in the X41 Tablet slot. Now you know, and knowing is half the battle.

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My X41 (1867-CTO) Tablet will not go into Tablet Mode.  Also ThinkVantage System Update has 2 updates that keep downloading and installing but just keep appearing.The stylus does not do anything either.


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Answer:Lenovo X41 Tablet - Tablet Mode Not working

You mean it doesn't change screen orientation when turn to tablet mode, right? If so, I have that problem too!! and no one helps us so far.

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Hi, Happy New Year. I replaced my old harddrive with a new one and I just installed windows xp tablet 2005 (not supplied from lenovo or ibm) on the new HD. Now it seems that a lot of drivers are missing. Like bluetooth, keyboard, wireless... The drivers are available to download from ibm's website, But I have to install 20+ drivers one by one. That is too much. After installing xp, my windows desktop showed no icons except for recycle bin (I believe this is due to drivers missing also). Anybody know is there a x60 tablet driver bundle/package cd image somewhere? How did you guys change your os to xp on a new HD? Thanks!

Answer:Installing XP tablet 2005 to X60 Tablet new harddrive

Why not let System Update do the work for you? You will need to have installed the MS .NET Framework 2.0 beforehand, instructions can be found on the site, and then let it loose.

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So I purchased my Tablet with XP Tablet OS downgrade (it was suppose to come with Vista, but I choose to have XP tablet instead). So my Laptop gets shipped in a speedy manner, I open the laptop up and there is a Vista sticker on it.  Luckily XP tablet  was installed on the laptop. However, on the bottom of my laptop is a Vista Business Product Key  . . .  Where is my XP Tablet 2003 product key? What if I wanted to do an OS refresh of XP Tablet without using the ThinkVantage software/bootup? What if my HD fails and I need to replace it? Does ThinkVantage offer to burn a cd/create an image or install of the Fresh XP OS install like Dell does? I know it offers to burn a recovery disk, but is that recovery disk just a restore point of the PC, or an actual OS installation. I really would like to be able to avoid the dependancy of ThinkVantage software on the hidden partition for restore and recovery. Also I guess whenever I'm ready to use Vista, how would I go about installing Vista? Is there another selection for creating a "Vista recovery disc"?Message Edited by tonefour on 08-26-2008 09:55 AM

Answer:X61 Tablet XP Tablet OS Product Key? OS refresh concerns!

I feel the same way as you. Last laptop crashed, and the recovery partition/MBR went too. The company wanted me to pay for recovery discs. I couldn't believe it. Anyway, I only have a partial answer for you unfortunately. I have Vista Business installed so you'll have to ask Lenovo about the XP part. I just spoke with Tech Support for though and they showed me where the option to Create Recovery Media was:Start-->All Programs-->ThinkVantage-->Create Recovery Media Follow the wizard and good luck, it worked for me.  We shall see if it actually works when the moment of truth comes. Best 

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I downloaded the 'driver' on the gateway website:

after downloading & Extracting the file. a 'read-me' file pops up.

it reads:


This document describes the steps necessary to install the Tablet PC button drivers for the notebook computer models listed in the Applicable Part Numbers section below.

1. From the Start menu, right-click Computer, and then click Manage.

2. In the User Account Control dialog box, click Continue.

3. In the left pane, click Device Manager.

4. In Device Manager, click the plus sign (+) next to Human Interface Devices.

5. Click Tablet PC Buttons, and then from the Action menu, click Update Driver Software.

6. The Hardware Update Wizard displays. Click Browse my computer for driver software.

7. In the Update Driver Software dialog box, type or browse to the C:\Cabs\D20113-002-001 folder. Click Next.

8. Open the D20113-002-001 folder and confirm the selection of the qttabbtn.inf file. Click Open.

9. Follow all onscreen instructions to complete the installation.

I get stuck at step number 5.. I do not have a 'Tablet PC buttons'!! (this is the reason why I need to download it..).. it seems to me this 'driver download' is actually an update for the driver. and not the driver its self.?

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Answer:Gateway Tablet PC, I need the 'Tablet Buttons driver'


After opening the qttabbtn.inf file (installation script), I found these alternative names for "Tablet PC Buttons." Try finding one of these names in the Device Manager:
"Quanta Computer Inc."

"Quanta Computer Tablet PC Buttons HID Driver"

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X61 Tablet what OS better&faster XP tablet  or Vista Business. RAM 4Gb.

Answer:X61 Tablet what OS better&faster XP tablet or Vista Business???

I can say that XP is simply faster, but Vista is just much better as far as Tablet functionality is concerned.

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Has anyone come across a problem with PEN input not being available at boot but becoming available when you disable and re-enable the HID component.  As soon as you shut the machine down and restart PEN input once again unavailable.  Windows event logs contains no error message in relation to hardware or drivers and none of the devices show and issues in device manager.Any help would be appreciated.

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Hi, I've just downgraded my X61 Tablet to Windows XP Tablet from Vista Busines. When i try to install Lenovo System Update i get the following error message"There is a problem with this Windows Installer package. A program run as part of the setup did not finish as expected. Contact your personnel or package vendor. Action StartSuService.EXE, location: C:\Program Files\Lenovo\ ... \startsuservic.exe" Does anyone know what to do about this error? I have tried to:Add the "StartSuService.exe" file from another lenovo tablet, to the System Update directory, aswell as the installers cab files.Aswell as the obvious (rebooting, redownloading, and rerunning the installer). Thank you in advance,Mikkel

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ASUS 8" Windows« 8 32GB Quad-Core Tablet w/ MS Office, Wacom Stylus & Damage Protection

Answer:ASUS 8" Windows« 8 32GB Quad-Core Tablet on ShopHQ with 6 easy pay!

That looks cool. Are you getting one?

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Hi all, Please help to buy the chepest wwan card for my lenovo x220 tablet. ita running configaration was win8/8GB/360SSD/i7. Can i install Ericsson F5521GW card? Thanks,Chinthaka

Answer:Upgrading WWAN on the ThinkPad X220 Tablet

Yes, but it must be Lenovo branded version of Ericsson F5521gw. It does not support 4G/LTE but 3G/HSPA+ only. Lenovo is refusing to support recent WWAN cards in older models.

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i have a android/windows 8.1 dual boot tablet (Cloudfone Epic 7.1 ), it has 32gb storage but only shows 13gb, and i only have 5gb storage free after installing apps..i also put in an 16gb on microsd afraid that upgrading to windows 10 would not be possible on this device?

Answer:Upgrading a 32gb dual boot tablet to W10?

So far I think Win 10 is horrible on tablets and it does not look like that will change. It is even worse on smaller tablets.

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I've just bought a second-hand Asus 'Transformer' T100. This comes with Win8.1 and I would like to upgrade to 10. When I run the app it tells me I need more space. The tablet has 32GB in the screen (C:) and 500GB in the detachable keyboard (D:).
Obviously not all the 32GB is available but there's nothing I can remove as it's had a factory reset.
The online help I find tells me that the upgrade process should ask me to add external storage to enable the install but this is just not happening. It just keep telling me I don't have enough space. I have a USB stick I could use or (ideally) the 500GB HD in the keyboard.
Can anyone offer any help? (Bear in mind I am not very technical)

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Hello.  I am upgrading my 180G hard drive to a 500G Lenovo hard drive.  What concerns me is the software that shipped with the original hard drive.  How do I access and install those files?  Is that something I would find on the rescue and recovery disks? I can't find any information about this and it makes me a little nervous not to know exactly how to proceed. Thanks.

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I have a windows 7 pro disk and I am planning to upgrade my x200t to win7. I have a couple of questions regarind the process. First, I don't have a CD drive. Is it okay to upgrade using USB by following some directions like these? Also, will I be able to download all of the software and drivers that came with the tablet from lenovo once I have done a clean install using a standard win 7 disk? thanks

Answer:Upgrading ThinkPad X200 Tablet (7450-AA9) to Win 7

I would like to share with you that you can install Windows 7 Operating System by using the USB option,
After upgrading the Windows 7 Operating System you can download all the drivers from the lenovo website.
Please visit the mentioned below web link and here you can download all  the system drivers.

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Hello, Is it a good or bad idea to upgrade my video card to an NVIDIA GeForce?And why?  Thanks!


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Answer:Upgrading Video Card in X230 Tablet?

Pardon my ignorance up front if I am wrong, I have an x220 and have not studied the x230 in any depth, but I suspect this isn't even possible, even on the x230.  On the x220, and I suspect it's much the same for the x230, the video card is a part of the intel chipset (it basically leeches cpu and ram power from the normal system cpu/ram and is not a dedicated removable/upgradable mobile graphics device with it's own cpu/ram like a mobile GeForce or mobile Radeon card). Perhaps there are new inventions on the market that can do the trick, I haven't been keeping up, but when I checked for the x220 their wasn't a viable open slot in the system for putting in such a dedicated mobile card.  The only option was an 'external' hack that allows one to use a dedicated desktop GPU card for when they come home with their system and dock it up to an external monitor.  Looked like a bit of work to set-up but once it was set up and running, it would allow for using a powerful GPU for games and graphic apps etc., while at home/office at least. Would be nice if the newest line of these tablet laptops had room for mobile GPU's, it's about the only thing missing for my interests, however that said, the integrated internal graphics work quite well from my experience, for mild gaming with the settings turned down and for graphic editing (most top 2D and 3D applications work surprisingly well, but far from as good as they would work with dedicated gpu, good ... Read more

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The Camera worked fine on my tablet which was earlier on Windows 8.1. But, after updating to Windows 10 Home, it gives me an error - Make sure your camera is connected and not being used by another app. I tried the following :-
1. Updated the app.
2. Turned Windows Firewall off.
3. Tried disabling and enabling the Camera - OV2680.

I need help in getting it to work. I dont have the option to revert to Windows 8.1.

Answer:Camera not working after upgrading to Windows 10 [Tablet]

Can you check for latest camera driver on manufacturer's site? Then install it and see if it works. Uninstall the application/driver, restart and then try to install latest one again. If Windows keep ignoring the driver and installing their own not working again, then you may have to manually force/install the latest driver from Device Manager. Click on the search button and type Device. Then click to open Device Manager. Expand the Imaging Devices and right-click (hold-tap) on the camera. Select Update driver and select last option. Select last option again and you should see a Have disk button. Click on that and browse to the folder where you extracted the camera driver. Install it and try to see if it is working. You may have to restart first. Then hide the driver update so it won't install again.

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Hello, I purchased a Lenovo x61 tablet thinkpad about a year ago, it is great, by far the best computer I have ever owned. My only problem with it is the video card within the pc is not very powerful, it has problems running more graphics intense programs such as games and rendering software. I love my x61 very much and would never think to replace it, at least not untill it has lived out a well balanced life haha.My question is, are there any options available for upgrading the video card inside the tablet pc?I am currently using    Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator Driver for Mobile ReportOperating System:        Windows Vista (TM) Business* ,  (6.0.6000)Default Language:        EnglishDirectX* Version:        10.0Physical Memory:        2005 MBMinimum Graphics Memory:    8 MBMaximum Graphics Memory:    358 MBGraphics Memory in Use:    156 MBProcessor:        x86 family 6 Model 15 Stepping 10Processor Speed:        1595 MHZ*   Accelerator Information   *Accelerator in Use:        Mobile Intel(R) 965 Express Chipset FamilyVideo BIOS:        1436Current Graphics Mode:    1024 by 768 True Color (60 Hz)*   Devices Connected to ... Read more

Answer:Upgrading my x61 tablet thinkpad video card

Welcome to the forum! Your graphics card is integrated in your system board, and can't be replaced per se. All X61T units have the same Intel integrated graphics which are not upgradeable or replaceable. No other planar would fit in your machine either. So, no, there is no upgrade option for your machine when it comes to graphics. Hope this helps.

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Hello to all.I have a problem with my X200 tablet  P/N 7449-FWG which after upgraded to windows 7 does not detect the following devices:- Mobile Broadband- Wireless USB- Intel WI Max- GPS receiverAll the above where installed and functioning when the machine shipped to me last August running Vista Pro 64-bit There is another change symptom.When it worked under Vista, the machine remembered the state of wireless devices after hibernation/reboot. Now, under  Windows 7 the machine boots with bluetooth always off, and i must go to FN-F5 to activate it. All the rest seem to work perfectly.Any help would be appreciated, because i tried anything i could think of to resolve the problem. Regards  - 

Answer:X200 Tablet wireless problems after upgrading to windows 7

Depending on the upgrade procedure, Windows downloads and installs some, but not all of the drivers needed for Thinkpads. The remaining drivers can be obtained from Lenovo's website for X200 Tablets at or more simply using Thinkvantage System Update (TVSU) that can be downloaded at After installing, run TVSU and choose the drivers and programs needed. Note - Lenovo's Win7 upgrade kit includes a separate disk for installing Thinkvantage System Update and other Thinkpad drivers and utilities.

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I have a no-name 2-in-1 tablet, x64 architecture, running OEM Windows 10 32-bit, version 1607, and as far as I have been able to ascertain, the tablet is up to 64-bit specs.. I have downloaded the ISO file for Windows 10 64-bit, version 1607, and I want to upgrade the OS. Speccy has given me the Product ID; if I install the 64-bit OS over the existing 32-bit OS, will the new version of Windows accept the existing Product ID, or will I have to purchase a new ID?

Answer:Upgrading 32bit Windows 10 to 64bit Windows10 on a tablet

The same product key will work for 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 10. If you have one of the 2 GB RAM, 32 GB "hard drive" (eMMC) tablets you will probably see a decrease in performance with the 64-bit Windows 10 because the increased resources needed for 64-bit on an already resource limited computer will outweigh the performance benefits. Also, are there 64 bit drivers available for the hardware? A lot of the no-name tablets out there have manufacturer specific hardware drivers and even registry entries - so make sure you back up the drivers on the existing tablet before you do a clean install or you might find yourself having to scour third party internet sites for them - and they likely won't work with 64-bit Windows 10 anyway.

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I have a no-name 2-in-1 tablet, x64 architecture, running OEM Windows 10 32-bit, version 1607, and as far as I have been able to ascertain, the tablet is up to 64-bit specs.. I have downloaded the ISO file for Windows 10 64-bit, version 1607, and I want to upgrade the OS. Speccy has given me the Product ID; if I install the 64-bit OS over the existing 32-bit OS, will the new version of Windows accept the existing Product ID, or will I have to purchase a new ID?

Answer:Upgrading 32bit Windows 10 to 64bit Windows10 on a tablet

The same product key will work for 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 10. If you have one of the 2 GB RAM, 32 GB "hard drive" (eMMC) tablets you will probably see a decrease in performance with the 64-bit Windows 10 because the increased resources needed for 64-bit on an already resource limited computer will outweigh the performance benefits. Also, are there 64 bit drivers available for the hardware? A lot of the no-name tablets out there have manufacturer specific hardware drivers and even registry entries - so make sure you back up the drivers on the existing tablet before you do a clean install or you might find yourself having to scour third party internet sites for them - and they likely won't work with 64-bit Windows 10 anyway.

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I do have a lenovo X61 tablet notebook which works perfectly. A few months ago I have formatted the entire computer and put Windows 7 Professional on it, the reason was to upgrade the performance speed. I have did this using a different computer, because i dont have a CD or DVD reader. After formatting my touchscreen didn't work any more. I think that the reason is the fact that i didn't put any software on it, so my main question is if this is true and if so were I can find this software.. I have tried the software on de lenovo site, but this one doesn't work. Can anybody help me!!! Thanks for replying. Joris

Answer:X61 tablet lost its touchscreen ability after upgrading to vista 7 (profesional)

Hello Joris,
It is really sad to know that you are not able to use Touch screen feature.
Kindly  make sure that your notebook is in tablet mode and you have updated version of display driver also the BIOS is updated.
This should work for you.
Best Regards,

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Hi allI need some help, the pen is working when i uses the X61 whwn the scereen is in the "normal position". But when i try to use it i tablett position don't work ?Ę?OS is WinThx for help 

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 Last week I woke up my X60 from sleep mode like usual and was greeted with a nice "Unknown device found" message. I found that my tablet pen does not write, no buttons on the monitor work and the status lights on the monitor do not work (the charging, battery light and sleep light do not turn on). I have tried several driver upgrades from the website, but none seem to do the trick. I am trying to avoid reformatting to get them to work again, but if that's what it takes... Any suggestions? Running Vista Buisness. 

Answer:X60 Tablet uninstalled tablet driver, help!

Welcome to the [email protected]!  Please contact the help desk about this.  The error that you are seeing is typically related to a bad digitizer.  This is not something that you can replace, as it is attached to the LCD.  They should let you send it in and they will repair this for you.  

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Hi! and sorry for my bad English, If any one knows it is possible to replace the X61 tablet motherboard with X61(no tablet) motherboard?

Answer:X61 tablet motherboard replacement with X61(no tablet)

don't think they are cross compatible when i last checked. 

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Hi I have just updated an old laptop with Windows 8 (Microsoft has a great offer right now = it is only a great offer if it works ;-) )The PC is a: Lenovo ThinkPad X61 tablet 7767.But I am having issues with the tablet interface. Windows 8 has been designed to tablets...With the virgin installation, the tablet interface does not respond.The tablet is found in the Device Manager:+ Human Interface DevicesHDI-compliant device (3 lines)Wacom Penable Dual TouchAll control programs are in place, calibration program can be opened, but there is no response from the tablet (pen or touch). I have looked at the lenovo support site, and downloaded various drivers, most with no effect, others caused windows blue screen - which in windows 8 is more light-blue greenish.I have also Installed ISD_DualTouch_710-9 from, this gives the most positive result.Both pen and touch works (no dual touch), but is unaligned (when in a corner, pointer is 2cm from corner x and y. center of screen is aligned)I cannot calibrate, neither pen nor touch. Running tabcal (from control pannel or commandline) gives 4 popup windows with error messages:1) Failet to enumerate the installed digitiser devices.2) No suitable hardware was found to calibrate.\nWindows supports calibrating only integrated digitisers.3) Invalid display was specified.The Device manager lists the tablet as working:+ Human Interface DevicesHID-compliant deviceWacom DeviceI have tried to find a file holding the calibration; I found a ISD... Read more

Answer:X61 Tablet with Windows 8 - no tablet function

check this topic

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Hi there, I hope someone can answer me a little querstion. I recently bought a x61 tablet and am really happy with it. Although I could be much happier If someone could help me with the following problem. I use Photoshop often, very often and for that reason I use the shift key a lot. In order for me to use it in tablet mode however I always have ot open the lid enough for my hand. I tried to map the tablet pc buttons in the control panel but it doesn't let me. I can map ctrl and alt and all of those but not shift.Is there some secret way to map the shift key? Or do I have to use some loophole and remap one of my normal keys. I hope someone can help me or at least tell me there is no way to do it. It would be greatly appretiated. Thanks in advance Pix (Short for Phoenix )

Answer:x61 tablet - How to map Shift key to tablet buttons?

I don't really have a direct solution for this since I want to customize them as Ctrl, Shift, all kind of this as well. However, there is a workaround that I found it's really good. What you have to have is "Mouse"  wired or wireless doesn't matter. Though I do recommend you to use wireless and Logitech as a brand. The reason why I recommend Logitech is because they have real nice SetPoint program which allows you to customize every buttons on your mouse. Then just map one of them as "shift" It works perfectly.. One hand with pen and another on mouse. I think Razer and Microsoft are another brand I know which have this feature in their software.

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Is it possible to use a Tablet PC Pen on the display screen (13.3" Toshiba True Brite(r) WXGA TFT High Brightness) of my Satellite U400-137. I have some pre-loaded SW for Tablet PC (I Ignore if it was supplied with Windows Vista or some additional complimentary SW supplied by Toshiba with my Note book).
In case that it is impossible to use the pen on the screen does exist some external screen / display by Toshib to connect to my notebook, which coul support Tablet PC SW?

Answer:Satellite U400-137; Tablet PC Pen - Tablet PC

I doubt you can use a pen, even if the laptop has touchscreen capability.

The Tablet PC laptops have an extra digitizer layer inside the screen to sense pen input, so you would need to have a Tablet PC model like the Portege M750 or M780.

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Random question, I know. Anyone know the answer?

Answer:Will Windows XP Tablet Edition run on a non-tablet PC?

mrfettucini said:

Random question, I know. Anyone know the answer?Click to expand...

If anyone is interested, the answer is yes.

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I wanted to give my impressions of the Lenovo TPT2. First off, the model I have is the 3679-27U, this means that it has the digitizer pen, windows 8 pro, no NFC, no 3G/4G antenna (though there is a slot for a SIM card). Let me also be frank about my biases concerning tablets. I am not a voracious media consumer. If Im going to watch a movie or TV program I prefer to do so with a large screen TV in the comfort of my living room. As far as checking email, messaging, twitter, and facebook that is why I have a smartphone. Why do I need another piece of electronic equipment that does the exact same thing as my smartphone? In my opinion iPADs and Android tablets are really only good for media consumption, they give you a slightly larger screen to run the same apps that your phone runs. If Im going to buy a tablet it has to provide some functionality that my phone or laptop cannot, otherwise it is a waste of money. Therefore, a tablet had to be able to run productivity programs: MS Office, Photoshop, Illustrator, GB-Stats, etc That meant a tablet using either the Atom processor or a Core processor (i3, i5). This left out not only Apple and Android but also any tablets running Windows 8 RT. Obviously one the major advantages of a tablet is its size and portability. My laptop is a comfortable size and fairly easy to carry around, so what advantage would a tablet give me. The answer is battery life. In order to be practical I would need a laptop with a significantly longer run time tha... Read more

Answer:The Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 2: Everything a tablet should be

Nice review. I have had my TPT2 for a little over a month now. I have used it extensively as my only device away from the office and have been able to do so without adjusting my computing needs too much. The only drawback that I have had is an under-powered USB port where i am unable to attach my external hard drive. Anything that I knew I was going to need for the day or trip I load onto a USB stick and problem averted.
Edit: I suppose I should mention that my usage is not too intense in terms of productivity. My programs of choice are typically the Microsoft Office package. I do a lot with excel, word, and power point and so far, I haven't run into any issues. I'm in the process of getting a new monitor for home and i'll have a better idea what it's like running a multiple monitor setup from the TPT2 and mini HDMI to HDMI connection. At this point I have a BT keyboard and Mouse which I have been using for the past few days with no issues (except when the battery is close to dying in the keyboard and it behaves as if it is possessed).
I might be one of the lucky ones but haven't had any issues with the wifi signal, sleep issues others have experienced, etc. Outside of the USB and mini HDMI to VGA issues, I'm still completely satisfied. If Wacom could update the drivers to enhance the accuracy of pen input, then I'd be completely satisfied given my particular usage patterns.

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