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A Closer Look at Lenovo’s Newest Tablet PCs

  • Lenovo continues to raise its game in terms of their offering of consumer tablet PCs. At the recently concluded IFA industry event in Berlin, all the top computer manufacturers showcased their latest innovations. A wide range of all-in-one computers, tablet PCs, ultrabooks, and laptop-tablet hybrids were on display. And Lenovo was no exception; revealing details of its latest all-in-one computer model, and adding new laptops and new specs to its IdeaPad line.

          A leader in tablet PC production, Lenovo released three new Android tablets, namely the IdeaTab A2109, IdeaTab S2110A, and the IdeaTab 2107. The IdeaTab A2107 is designed to compete with Amazon’s Kindle Fire, the Google Nexus 7, and the iPad mini. Lenovo’s standard Android slates are the 7-inch A2107 and 9-inch A2109 that are already comfortable to hold in portrait or landscape modes. But the new IdeaTab versions also boast 1,024 x 600 screens that can be found in Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 and the Kindle Fire.

          The IdeaTab S2110A has an even larger 1,280 x 800 display, and features two USB ports on a docking station. It runs on 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS. Perhaps the most unique aspect of this tablet is its detachable keyboard dock which doubles battery life for up to 20 hours, easily detaching from the device with a single button press. According to Lenovo, the IdeaTab S2110A is a ‘premium entertainment tablet’. It features a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 at 1GHz for processing oomph. It also boasts USB ports, an SD card reader, a micro HDMI port, a 1.3 MP front-facing camera, a 5MP rear camera, and a 1080p HD resolution.

          Lenovo has also been teasing us with the promise of a Windows 8-operated tablet PC for quite some time. According to reports in The Verge, Lenovo is, in fact, currently working towards being the first ever company to market Windows 8 tablet PCs, an unidentified source having recently leaked the tablet’s official specs online. The Lenovo ThinkPad’s successor is set to run on the new Windows 8 OS, and will be equipped with a stylus pen, and an optional keyboard dock like that of Microsoft’s Surface keyboard. This new Lenovo tablet PC will also sport an Intel dual core Clover trail processor, a 2GB RAM, 64GB of storage, and a 10.1-inch display. The ThinkPad 2’s cameras are also believed to be superior to those of the iPad, with 8MP on the rear and 2MP at the front, both with an LED flash. 

         Lenovo is set to release the prices of its new tablet PC creations in the next few days.
    Give a look to range of lenovo tablet pc range here.

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