Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet Review
Frequent crashes and severe battery drain make the ThinkPad Tablet a less than ideal purchase.
Music & Audio Controls
Because the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet essentially runs a re-skin of Android 3.2, it has a very clean-looking and functional music playback platform. All of the buttons computer users are accustomed to are there, and you can sort and sift through your stored music in several different ways. Should you want to create a playlist, you can do that as well.
Probably the best thing about Android systems is that if you do not like any aspect about media playback or apps, you can simply download another! Check out the Android Market if you are unsatisfied by the stock Android player.
Music & Audio Management
Music can be transferred via USB or downloaded via the WiFi connection, and will be displayed in one of several ways in the music management screens after tapping the "music" icon. You can sift through album covers via a cover flow, read your music in list format, or arrange your songs by another way (album, artist, etc).
Music & Audio Battery Life
The Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet managed to output sound for 24 hours straight, but that's mostly due to the screen turning off on its own. Chances are good that you'll be doing other things with your tablet whilst listening to music, so your mileage may vary.
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