Win a ThinkPad Tablet from Lenovo

Do you want a new tablet? If you answered yes, you came to the right place. We have a new Lenovo ThinkPad tablet to give away to one of our lucky readers.

Lenovo was the official sponsor of and GottaBeMobile for CES 2012, and as part of that sponsorship we have a collection of gear to give away. There’s still a day to enter to win a ThinkPad X220 and an IdeaPad U400, but now you have a chance to win one of two ThinkPad Tablets.

Lenovo announced several new notebooks at CES 2012, including the IdeaPad Yoga which took home Best of Show at We invite you to check out the new Lenovo notebooks and tell us which one you like best.

The Prize: ThinkPad Tablet

ThinkPad Tablet

Win a ThinkPad Tablet from Lenovo.

The ThinkPad Tablet is a business ready tablet that can be paired with a portfolio that adds a ThinkPad keyboard to the mix. This tablet runs Android and packs in a subscription to Absolute tracking software in the event your tablet is stolen. You can also get a stylus to take notes and increase your productivity.


Check out our ThinkPad Tablet Review and ThinkPad Tablet Stylus Review.

How to Enter:

Leave a comment below telling us what your favorite new Lenovo notebook is. You can pick a series or a specific model. Simple as that.

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Contest Rules:

The contest is open to U.S. Residents 18 and over. Contest void where prohibited by law, please check local regulations before entering. The contest will close on Wednesday January 25th at 11:59 PM Pacific. You may only enter once per contest, entering multiple times will disqualify you from the contest.


  • joe turner says:


  • John says:

    I love the u400 it’s very powerful yet stylish.

  • Travis Diehl says:

    My favorite new Lenovo notebook would definitely be the IdeaPad Yoga. It was the most exciting thing that I saw in the CES 2012 coverage. I can’t wait for it!

  • JOE says:

    For me, it has to be the Yoga. As a long-term fan of windows tablets, this looks like a great device. Getting the thinkpad build integrity with an all-new form factor is pretty cool. Also, I am excited about windows 8 and what that will bring to tablet computing.

  • The lenovo ideapad Yoga is definitely my favorite and the best of CES 2012.

  • Joann Pitts says:

    just bouth the k1 tablet for my children but really really want a thinktablet for MEEEE !!!! Love Lenovo products and are top of the line. Thanks and hope I win !!!

  • sandy oliver says:

    I think the Thinkpad Tablet is great!

  • Sandra williams says:

    The Y580 seems to offer everything I could ask for.
    It would also be an answer to my prayers in trying to keep track of all my medical tests ,records and information regarding an incompetent Dr. who was “treating” me (she said facetiously”

    It would help me in my fight with stage 3 cancer and an incompetent Dr. who is blocking my treatments at every turn , and once I win both my fight with cancer and see charges filed against this Dr. my dream is to finally return to school and this would be invaluable in all three of these matters, I’m taking all my notes by hand and as you know it’s so easy to misplace them, I could instantly load my test results that are given to me on CD before I give them to my Dr. so I have a copy.There are so many ways this would help me.
    Thank you for this opportunity
    Lenovo is my dream to own in all it’s spec’s and forms

  • Sandra williams says:

    The Y580 seems to offer everything I could ask for.
    It would also be an answer to my prayers in trying to keep track of all my medical tests ,records and information regarding an incompetent Dr. who was “treating” me (she said facetiously”

  • Gary Thayer says:

    My current Gateway laptop is over 5 years old and still works well but due to corrosion (never put a leaky chemical product in your laptop bag!), I’ve had to keep the display bezel and lid hinge in place with duct tape! Since my work hours were cut last year I can’t afford a new laptop right now. If I could choose any Lenovo model it would be either the IdeaPad tablet or the ThinkPad X220, because they are both small, portable, and can they can do double duty for web/couch surfing and for my writing and editing work. My current 15 inch Gateway is too heavy and too big for me; for most tasks I don’t need so much screen space. With the IdeaPad tablet or ThinkPad X200, I could finally work outside of the house without having to hide my laptop behind my laptop bag…no embarrassing duct tape! Plus, I won’t need to charge it every three hours, because Lenovo’s expected battery life is at least six to eight hours. I would be extremely grateful to get either of these!

  • Christopher Niver says:

    I’ve been a die-hard Lenovo fan for years. My 5 year old T61 laptop still runs like a champ. However, old dogs need new tricks and I have the say the new Yoga announced at CES 2012 looks pretty sweet! I’d love to retire my trusty dinosaur T61 and upgrade to a sleek and slim Thinkpad Tablet. Thanks for the opportunity to try to win one!!!

  • Clay Horne says:

    Based on your reviews, the IdeaPad Yoga would be the best new Lenovo notebook. The size, and the ability to be handled like a tablet would make it the perfect computing tool for me. Productivity one moment, and providing access to my entertainment in another moment; a great combination.

  • heatwave16 says:

    I would have to go with the IdeaPad Y570 – I love the advanced processor & the 15.6″ screen.

  • Kim Kelly says:

    IdeaPad Y Series sounds like the way to go.. you get the power without paying an exorbitant price for the features!

  • Rick Stein says:

    Tough choice on which one would be my favorite. I’ll have to go with the Lenovo’s IdeaPad Y580 as it would have enough power to be a full-time computer for me.

  • Brian S says:

    IdeaPad Yoga – Live PC tablets, real tablets in my opinion. New “tablets” are slates…

  • Craig G says:

    I’m most excited about the Lenovo IdeaTab S2, but if it needs to be a “notebook” then I’m most excited about the ThinkPad X1 Hybrid.

  • Stuart says:

    ThinkPad Tablet!

    A digital notebook, that’s what I’ve been so eagerly waiting for. The ubiquitous functionality of the machines I’ve owned has been great, but I can get that from virtually any computer. The ability to take handwritten notes, on a device with a form factor which lends itself to this purpose is the single most important feature to me. I bought my first computer in college, a ThinkPad, about fifteen years ago. I was smitten by the tablet about twelve years ago. I’m currently on my fourth tablet, a ThinkPad x61.

    Over the last decade a few devices emerged that were appealing. There have been a few slates that had reasonable form factors, but each had fatal flaws and none were so well suited to my needs as the new Thinkpad Tablet. I would certainly enjoy the multitude of applications offered by the device, particularly the versatile enterprise functionality, but I would value most of all the utility which is unique to the new ThinkPad Tablet: ergonomic, long-lived, note-taking.

  • Randy says:

    I am fond of the IdeaPad Yoga. You get that tablet feel with the convenience of a keyboard.

  • Mike says:

    The X220 Series is my favorite – by far the most versatile notebook on the market, with tons of horsepower for such a small machine.
    And three words: Twenty-three hours. Look it up if you don’t know!

  • kim v says:

    I like the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga – Convertible Tablet b/c looks like it does everything i would like.

  • Warren says:

    Definitely the IdeaPad Yoga–intriguing approach to a convertible laptop.

  • Christopher Gates says:

    Of the new Lenovo notebooks, I think my favorite may be the ThinkPad X1 Hybrid because of the dual modes and relatively long battery life. The ThinkPad Edge S430 is a close second. The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga has a cool and practical design for tablet computing, but I hate getting fingerprints on my screen. I still like the older X120e, though. Small, light-weight, anti-glare screen, the battery is swappable and last a good amount of time. The X120e’s are also affordable with a decent amount of performance. Any way you go, Lenovo rocks.

  • Richard Matley says:

    My favorite of the new laptops is the Yoga.

  • Honggen Huang says:

    Since I am a big fan of IdeaPad Y series, IdeaPad Y480 is now my favorite.

  • Jim Fitzgerald says:

    I’ve been scrutinizing the current batch of tablets to lighten the load from my Fujitsu Lifebook and have concluded the Lenovo IdeaPad is my best option. I just wish it shipped with Ice Cream Sandwich.

  • James Russo says:

    My favorite IdeaPad is the Z470. High power low price and slim.

  • Nibras says:

    ThinkPad T430u

    My favorite would be in the Lenovo ThinkPad series. I’ve used a IBM ThinkPad from around 8 years around ago that is still rocking. ThinkPads are the most solid laptops ever in my opinion. More specifically ThinkPad T430u gets my attention because, it has the best of both worlds, the trusted solid nature of ThinkPads and its competing nature with the latest in the notebook arena – ultrabooks.

  • Ha says:

    My favorite notebook to date is the t400 with a wxga+ screen and switchable graphics I got three years ago.

  • Janine says:

    The IdeaPad U Series looks nice and sleek!

  • Max says:

    The Yoga. It has so many potential uses.

  • Irvin Walser says:

    I really like the ThinkPad X1 Hybrid

  • I love the lenovo ideapad Yoga and the best from CES 2012

  • Elvin Almonte says:

    My notebook of choice would have to be the ThinkPad T430U.

    The reason being I’m a musician and love to travel; the notebook is very compact andI have no worry about bringing additional luggage because of it’s build. It is capable of 1TB storage; I work with large HQ sound files and storage space is necessary. It’s rare to have a computer in such a size and have durability. So hands down it would be the laptop for me.

  • Timothy Higgins says:

    We have a couple of Lenovo products, and think a lot of them. I am particularly fond of my U260, which I find both stylish and productive. Having a tablet with stylus input could really simplify direct note-taking and diagram creation.

  • Steven says:

    I can’t wait to use my new coming at work. We ordered them to cut down on the massive amounts of paper we using. I thought it would be a great trial and then getting one for home. Ah who am I kidding, if I don’t win one I will probably buy one anyway.

  • Joe Cardinale says:

    I have to say the K1. I like the way it fits in my hand and is preloaded with actual programs I want to use instead of bloatware.

  • Mel says:

    I’m really loving the IdeaPad Yoga.

  • Stephen Borders says:

    I really like the new U Series.

  • Alan Tong says:

    The IdeaPad Yoga!

    Fantastic job on the CES coverage!

  • Samuel says:

    The Edge S430. It’s freaking beautiful.

  • Dawn says:

    I really liked the Ideapad Yoga. The name seems very fitting seeming it is the yoga of notebooks. It’s awesome!

  • Lisa A. says:

    My favorite is the IdeaPad Y480. Looks like an awesome machine!

  • Drew P. says:

    I like the y480 too!

  • Eric says:

    I have been using a Lenovo Tablet X61 in my classroom for a few years now. I was EXTREMELY excited to see the Lenovo Yoga tablet. I would love to have a chance to test this in the classroom environment. Being in a school that is Windows based, it is tough to try to incorporate IOS or Android. I hope they continue with this concept!

  • Xudong says:

    Idealpad yoga is my favorate one.

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