Lenovo announces 3 new Android tablets
Feb 24, 2013 12:57 PM –
Today at Mobile World Congress, Lenovo announced three new Android-powered tablets: S6000, A3000, and A1000 available starting in the second quarter 2013. We are awaiting pricing as it will vary based on market and configuration of the model. More details are below…
S6000: 10-inch mobile “Home Entertainment” center
The Lenovo S6000 is a 10.1-inch Android (Jelly Bean) tablet with IPS 1280×800 display, powered by 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, it’s super slim (8.6mm) and light (560g), positioned to be the home entertainment hub which can mirror the tablet to the big screen television via micro HDMI port. There is an optional HSPA+ version forthcoming.
A3000: 7-inch tablet ideal for those requiring more computing power
The Lenovo A3000is meant for those requiring speedy performance for say- gaming, multi-tasking or web browsing. It’s powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, has a 7-inch IPS 1024×600 screen, weighs in at less than 340g and is only 11mm thick, and extended to 64GB with the external micro-SD card. There is an optional 3G HSPA+ version forthcoming.
A1000: 7-inch ideal for first-time tablet buyers
The Lenovo A1000 is considered the starter tablet, however, does carry its own with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, runs Jelly Bean 4.1, offers large front-facing speakers with Dolby Digital Plus integrated, plus has on-board storage of up to 16GB, extendable to 32GB with a micro-SD slot.
Source: Lenovo via The Verge & Engadget
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