Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3T - Can Your iPad Do This? The S10-3T Can



I have been trying to figure out a way to do wireless for the longest time.  With a few adapters I can create a wired free system in which I manipulate a tablet and all of that is projected through a mini projector.

I'm sure the iPad cannot do some of the things that I can do with the S10-3T because it's a very closed system. [things change in time]  That is fine if you want to do what the iPod Touch does already and maybe read a few books.  The S10-3T can do lot's of things.  Check the video and let me know what you think.

The future is going to be amazing.  One day we won't have to hook anything through cables anymore.  This is a glimpse of what the future might hold.

Gear on this video:

Using Toshiba's bluetooth stack:
http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/Bluetooth/?page=download

Published: Mar 16, 2010

6 comments:

  1. You have a point there - this Lenovo tablet seems to be offering much more to the user.
    The coolest part was the wireless display on the TV. Warpia Wireless USB Audio Video Display Adapter (newer version than the one shown in the clip) allows you to enjoy this experience today - no need to wait for the future :)

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  2. Yes I'm in contact with Warpia and I'm trying to get the newest version (the DVI and USB ports one) It still won't come out for another three weeks. When I ordered the one I have I didn't notice that it didn't have the audio output, so I got stuck with the older one and ended up using Bluetooth for audio.

    You can check the latest version Warpia adapter at http://www.warpia.com/

    Once I get my hands on with the newest version I'll post a video. Performance should be better too.

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  3. As possible pos picture side on you conect the Warpia, I two leds Greem an Blue???
    Thx a lot

    EMERSON VIER

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  4. @emersonvier I'm unsure what your question is but if you need help from Warpia you should check their customer support page:
    http://www.warpia.com/support.asp

    I hope that helps.

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  5. Hi, I was wondering how do you like the Lenovo now that you have had it longer? Is it still going strong, have you replaced it, would you recommend it still?

    If not, what touch screen would you recommend or what are you using now.


    thank

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  6. After I sold the S10-3T I got a X201 Tablet loaned from Lenovo. It's a big change. I have now returned the X201 tablet and have a Palm Pre cell phone. (hard core computing!)

    I would try to go with stronger specs now. If it doesn't have some Core i CPU it might not be enough for what I need.

    Some convertible tablets that I would consider:
    Lenovo X220 Tablet (second gen core i CPUs)
    Gigabyte T1125N (capacitive screen + discrete gpu)
    HP TM2 Tablet (capacitive + stylus + discrete graphics)
    Fujitsu T580 (N-Trig screen + Core i5)

    From all of those the most economical will be the HP TM2. The TM2 might get replaced with a "TM3". HP has stopped shipping TM2s at several countries. The TM3 is only a rumor so far.

    The perfect system still doesn't exist. The systems above have glossy or matte screens.

    I keep track of many tablets at:
    http://www.viewtablets.com

    I hope I confused you big time... hahaha ;-)

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