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WWAN
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ThinkPad Slate Manuals

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Has anyone been able to bring up a link yet and download it? If you have please share it. Thanks.

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Location: Vienna

Re: ThinkPad Slate Manuals

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Thanks to digitallysane:

 

ThinkPad Quick Start Guide

 

ThinkPad Tablet User Guide

 

ThinkPad Tablet HW Maintenance Guide

 

Note from Moderator:  Fixed the broken User Guide link and replaced it with link from digitallysane's message below.

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Re: ThinkPad Slate Manuals

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For some reason, the User Guide link is dead.

 

This one works:

 

http://download.lenovo.com/ibmdl/pub/pc/pccbbs/mobiles_pdf/tp_tablet_ug_en.pdf

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Re: ThinkPad Slate Manuals

Thank you both.
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Re: ThinkPad Slate Manuals

Yeah a lot of links don't quite work, like the "Shop" link of the tablet page:

http://www.lenovo.com/products/us/tablet/

 

Also, the manual is interesting. For instance, one page says:

Protective covers might prevent the tablet from recognizing your inputs and are not recommended for touch screen devices.

 and another:

To protect the screen from scratching, clean the screen first and then apply a replaceable film on the screen. The replaceable films are available from Lenovo at http://www.lenovo.com/accessories/services/index.html.

 which to top it off is not actually available at that url.

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Re: ThinkPad Slate Manuals

hazmat2 - in Poland, on their website, they haven't got a half of accesory made for tpt.
it should be something normal: U have bought their product, so take and shut Your mouth :-)
it's so socialist... (in meaning of China as well).
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Re: ThinkPad Slate Manuals

That's what I need.
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Re: ThinkPad Slate Manuals

Thanks for the links !  Is there a link for the TT2 keyboard?  I can't find my quickstart and forgot how to pair the keyboard

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Re: ThinkPad Slate Manuals


satoys wrote:

 Is there a link for the TT2 keyboard?  I can't find my quickstart and forgot how to pair the keyboard


http://download.lenovo.com/ibmdl/pub/pc/pccbbs/mobiles_pdf/tablet2_bluetooth_keyboard_ug_en_0b40450....

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Re: ThinkPad Slate Manuals

awesome, thanks Dorian !!!!! function+delete is what I was looking for, keyboard now paired with my TT2 and my Acer 500 andrioid. Now have trackpoint on my android - that makes the TT2 keyboard twice as valuable !