4 New Takes On Lenovo Tablet’s

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Since 2010, new tablet designs have been popping up every couple of months. There is everything from small 7-inch tablets to larger 10-inch tablets, with varying weights and specs. Lenovo doesn’t just have laptops and Ultrabooks, they been competing heavily with four tablets of their own that are innovative, fast, and sleek — the IdeaTab A2107, IdeaTab A2109, IdeaTab S2120A, and ThinkPad 2.

Lenovo tablets can connect to the Internet via WiFi or use a cellphone service provider under a data plan to stay connected on the go. They all feature USB ports, webcams, Google Play, and a four point capacitive touch display. If you want a tablet that competes with other brands for speed, ease-of-use, and price, a Lenovo tablet is a good choice. Take a look at the specs on Lenovo’s four newest takes on the tablet.

7-Inch IdeaTab A2107

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The Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 was designed to compete with e-book readers but add more functionality because of the dual core processor. It weighs only 0.9 pounds and has a bright 350 nits HD display that makes it easy to read at all times, even when outside. This tablet also has an eight-hour battery life and runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Other features on the IdeaTab A2107 include a 1 GHz processor, built-in GPS, Bluetooth 4.0, dual stereo speakers, front and rear webcams, and an internal roll cage to protect the device from drops.

9-Inch IdeaTab A2109

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With a quad-core, NVIDA Tegra 3 processor, the IdeaTab A2109 is a step up from its 7-inch brother (IdeaTab A2107). It runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and has an eight-hour battery life. Plus, there are dual speakers, a built-in GPS, an exterior and interior roll cage, Bluetooth, and HD video playback in 720p. Additionally, the IdeaTab A2109 only weighs 1.3 pounds with a display that is easy to read indoors and out.

10.1-Inch IdeaTab S2120A

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One of the biggest reasons people choose not to buy a tablet is because it isn’t convenient to type on one. However, the IdeaTab S2120A is actually a latop/tablet hybrid because of the keyboard docking station. A netbook-size keyboard attaches easily to this tablet Running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, these lightweight laptops are ultra portable with a good battery life and fast performance.

10.1-Inch ThinkPad Tablet 2

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With an impressive 10 hour battery life, the ThinkPad Tablet 2 from Lenovo offers some of the best specs available right now. It runs on Windows 8, so it has the feel and speed of a laptop but the size of a tablet. Plus, just like the IdeaTab S2120A, the ThinkPad Tablet 2 is a laptop/tablet hybrid because of a detachable keyboard. Weighing only 1.25 pounds, this table is portable and easy to use. The security is beefed up on this device with multiple user logins, Applocker, Lenovo cloud storage, and enterprise-level security.

Have you tried any of these tablets? What specification enhancements would you like to see in the future?

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