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Default Is there a business class android tablet?

I'm traveling a lot for work lately and need a quality tablet. I already have a few apps to take care of Excel and things like that. I do need one that can adapt to ethernet for testing. I also need as much internal storage as possible.

I know the Surface Pro 2 can do everything I need but I would like prefer Android.

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Check out for Lenovo. It is well known that this brand has a series called 'ThinkPad'. All products in this series are for business. I remember there is a tablet in this series.
 
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Check out for Lenovo. It is well known that this brand has a series called 'ThinkPad'. All products in this series are for business. I remember there is a tablet in this series.
I'm a bit hesitant with Lenovo. My mother has a Lenovo laptop that's used daily for work and it has not fared well, as the keyboard is falling apart, along with the buttons and CD Drive. I'd recommend Asus, the transformer series are great with the keyboard attachment.
 
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I'm using a 4 year old Lenovo g550 which is their cheap line of laptops. It got dropped badly once and cracked part of the body and keyboard cover and the thing still works perfect today.

Their higher end ThinkPads are supposed to be even better. I wouldn't hesitate to buy another Lenovo at all.

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I'm using a 4 year old Lenovo g550 which is their cheap line of laptops. It got dropped badly once and cracked part of the body and keyboard cover and the thing still works perfect today.

Their higher end ThinkPads are supposed to be even better. I wouldn't hesitate to buy another Lenovo at all.

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They are nice, I have seen a couple of problems on them though, some freezing and hardware issues. Honestly, I usually stick with my Acer or Asus guns.
 
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For lenovo, i don't recommend other than the Thinkpad series. There is later version from Thinkpad called IdeaPad, but Thinkpad is still the best products ever released by lenovo. There are so many tests to ensure its power.
 
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For lenovo, i don't recommend other than the Thinkpad series. There is later version from Thinkpad called IdeaPad, but Thinkpad is still the best products ever released by lenovo. There are so many tests to ensure its power.
Totally agree, A friend of mine is using Lenovo intel pentium inside one, he is using from an year now, according to him, according to him ,it gets very slow. where as another friend of mine, who is using lenovo think pad for 2 years now. he is very happy. apart from battery life. he is very happy.

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