A few people who purchased it concluded that it was thin. Expert website Pcworld.in said in May last year “Tablets are uniformly rectangular and thin” in their review of the Lenovo Tablet 2. Pcworld.in also mentioned “Sturdy build quality, yet thin and light”. Two years ago expert review site Whistleout.com.au wrote in their review of the Lenovo Tablet 2 “Screen orientation, rather than a light-weight design with slim profile”.
Two customers mentioned in their reviews that the Lenovo Tablet 2 was compact. Last year Pcworld.in said “Compact, comfortable-to-hold design” in their review of this tablets. In May last year expert review site Computershopper.com rated it 80 out of 100 and mentioned “Kickstand make this slick, compact tablet a very good pick for media consumption—and a pretty decent value, to boot” in their Lenovo Tablet 2 review.
One person thought the product was a good weight. Expert review site Whistleout.com.au gave the product a rating of 75 out of 100 and said “We love the weight distribution and are complete conve”.
One Lenovo Tablet 2 reviewer mentioned in their reviews that the Lenovo Tablet 2 was lightweight. Last year expert website Umpcportal.com mentioned “I wanted something with great battery life, lightweight, moderate computing power”.
One Lenovo Tablet 2 reviewer concluded that it was good structurally. Pcworld.in wrote “Sturdy construction all around despite mild flexing”. One customer wrote in their reviews that this tablets was a big size. Expert review site Pcmag.com said in their review of the Lenovo Tablet 2 “Without an oversized display or nifty built-in projector”.