02-28-2012 05:12 PM
As expected, Samsung is rolling out the 10.1 Galaxy note, and is even reaching out (with incentives) to developers to come up with more apps to take advantage of the stylus ( http://androidcommunity.com/samsung-announced-s-pen-app-contest-to-spur-galaxy-note-development-2012... ). Will Lenovo feel the pressure and step up their support of the TPT, or let it continue to languish?
02-28-2012 07:06 PM - edited 02-28-2012 10:29 PM
They will continue status quo. Lenovo's tablets are half or more than half way through their life cycle. I would assume the last big update will be Ice Cream Sandwich. Then it will slide into oblivion, it was a rushed product to try to capitalize on a niche market for Lenovo. Piddling updates, no real investment, flaky hardware (that you evidently have to get admin's or someone else associated with Lenovo/IBM past or present, from this board to be taken care of in what sould be a no brainer for the customer), If Lenovo were serious there would be revisions both in hardware and software. Hell my daughter has a Kindle Fire and Amazon has already released 4 updates addressing software and performance issues,thats in 4 months. How many truly and I mean truly useful updates has Lenovo released ? The one about improper German launguage translation has been a lifesaver for me. I can have my German properly translated, but I can't watch a video, listen to music, check my email without the friggin tablet stroking out, and me having to restart it every five minutes. Go figure??