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.
Ice Cream Sandwich tablets here at IFA in Berlin, Germany, and we have all the details. Today they've actually kicked off by re-introducing the IdeaTab S2110 (known as the Lenovo S2) tablet hybrid rocking a keyboard dock similar to the Transformer Prime as shown below. Then they have a quad-core Tegra 3 tablet and more. Take a peek below.
Lenovo has a brand new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet on the block today that might be worth taking a second look at. It's called the IdeaPad A2109 (not to be confused with the S2109) and is a pretty great package all for $299. This might not dethrone the Nexus 7, but those wanting a larger screen with similar specs should take note.
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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.
Lenovo have just launched their own specialty. The LePad A2107 will apparently be the world's first dual-SIM Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet. The specs might not be groundbreaking but lets take a look.
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.
see our hands-on) and has now gone up for pre-order in China.
PatentBolt points to a non-standard solution: just slap a physical keyboard on there. Or perhaps "clip" is a more accurate term, since the device in Lenovo's patent filings actually has two separate pieces for separate hands.
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