Tablet with 64GB SSD and SIM Card Slot

Posted on 2011-10-25
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I am looking at the Lenovo NZ72DUK Tablet for a proposal due this morning.

 It says that it supports Cellular technology but I am trying to find out if that means it has a SIM Card port.

It also says that it has a battery life of 8 to 8.5 with the wireless enabled. Would the average battery life be 10 or more hours if the wireless is disabled?
Can anyone comment.
Question by:mavcom
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Cellular technology means 3G. It is definitely SIM card (micro or standard). In any case your local mobile operator will give you both on request.
As for the 8 hours - 10 hours time. I would not trust their measures.
When you use the WiFi actively like talking through skype or loading videos in youtube then it will last max 5 hours.
IMHO their measured time is just simply enabled WiFi without active use of it.
if you disable WiFi then it can last up to 8 hours but again depends on how actively you use it. If you plan to watch videos or surf internet (through 3G) it will again last 7-8 hours Max.

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