AT&T launches the 7-inch Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 tablet

January 11, 2013
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AT&T has announced the availability of the Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 tablet. And while this is far from the latest or greatest, it does come with a relatively nice price point. That being said, Lenovo originally unveiled the IdeaTab A2107 back in August 2012 during IFA. Given we already touched on the price, lets dive right in with the cost.

Those considering picking up the IdeaTab A2107 with AT&T have two options to consider -- contract or no-contract. The former means shelling out $99.99 and the latter means shelling out $199.99. All things considered, $200 seems pretty fair for an off-contract device. But on that thought, lets move into the specs. The Lenovo IdeaTab S2107 is a 3G tablet. And just to clarify, this one is not going to get you LTE, or even HSPA+ connectivity -- just straight 3G.

Assuming you can live with that, you will likely want to know the other specs such as the tablet having a 7-inch (1024 x 600) display, a dual-core 1GHz Cortex A9 processor and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Other goodies include 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot, 3550 mAh battery, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, GPS, a VGA quality front-facing camera and a 3 megapixel rear-facing camera.

Those opting to go the on-contract route, you will be able to add this tablet to your AT&T account for an additional $10 per month on an AT&T Mobile Share plan. Those going the off-contract route will be able to choose from one of the DataConnect plans which offer data packages from 1GB up to 20GB.

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  • Evan Wickes

    this is an awful deal…for $200 ur better off w/ an N7 wifi using 4G tethering.. for $100, u’d pay an additional $120 for the monthly plan in 1 year. i think AT&T will be giving these away as X-mas presents next year.

    • n900mixalot

      Tethering is a HUGE battery drain, and tethering 4G is just ridiculous unless you’re plugged in … and in either case, tethering 4G (LTE in particular) wreaks havoc on any reasonably priced data plan, but don’t forget that you can’t tether without paying an additional fee in the first place, unless you go the way of the work-around, which subjects your plan to termination…

      All of that is to say I disagree, but even more so, this should be a Galaxy Note.

      • Evan Wickes

        personally i dont see the point of buying previous generation technology for the same price. (display, processor, 3g) ur right about it draining ur battery, but like u said, its not an issue if ur near an outlet. in reality, many people are rooted w/ tethering apps. (i guess 10%-15%). whats the worst case, at&t drops u so u go to their competition. they wont terminate anyone since its a terrible business model & it may scare more customers then the ones that they drop.

        besides its kinda a moot issue since the FCC determined Verizon cant charge for 4g tethering on C-block spectrum? i have no idea what C-block spectrum is, but the same should exist for AT&T if they use C-block.

        http://yro.slashdot.org/story/12/07/31/2139246/fcc-rules-that-verizon-cannot-charge-for-4g-tethering

  • http://twitter.com/fsd717 fsd717

    $200.00??? For this junk?…I ordered one of this despite of negative reviews I still went for it’s cheaper price somewhere else online but got very disapointed after trying for the

    first time for a spin. The tablet itself is horrendously freakn’ slow and to top that, the screen gas the worst view angel….not worthed even for a $100.00.