Lenovo is back in the Android tablet market with a slew of new devices, and today we'll be taking a look at their budget offering. Lenovo recently announced their A2109 as an option for those that love the Nexus 7 specs, but want a bigger display. With a 9-inch HD screen, the NVIDIA quad-core Tegra 3 and more can the A2109 compete with Google's own Nexus 7? Find out below in our full review.
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Lenovo announced and brought a trio of new and improved Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablets to IFA 2012 here in Berlin, Germany, and today we're taking a look at the fanciest of them all. This is the IdeaTab S2110 and has had a few changes since we first saw it earlier this year. This tablet hybrid just like many recent Transformer tablets comes with a keyboard dock for added usage and battery life. Check it out below.
Lenovo announced a slew of new and improved Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablets they'll be bringing to the market, and now we managed a few minutes to test them out. The A2109 is clearly a great tablet considering the price and quad-core Tegra 3 but lets go over all the details and hands-on pictures after the break shall we.
Lenovo is back this month with another Android tablet, only this time is aiming for a different crowd with a budget friendly price and new size. Shaped and spec'd very similar to the iPad 2 we have the Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 here to check out. Coming with a 9.7-inch 4:3 aspect ratio screen and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. See if it's worth it after the break.
IdeaTab S2109, first shown off last month, will be hitting the States in June. The price is a little disappointing at $349.99, but it comes with at least one unique feature that you won't find anywhere else: four external SRS surround sound speakers. That alone should make it one of the most capable tablets on the market from an audio perspective.
Federal Communications Commission can be believed. The Chinese manufacturer submitted the drawings below for the "IdeaTab S2109" for the standard set of wireless tests, certifying its WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and FM radios. There's very little else in the way of empirical information, though the wire frame of the tablet's backside would seem to indicate either an unusual bezel style or (morel likely) a non-widescreen aspect ratio, probably of the 4:3 variety.