Lenovo Tab A1000 – A Review


It seems the wriggled Nexus 7 and Samsung Tab has jerked the market so much that Lenovo is ballooning only one feature of its new, not much a famous release, the Idea Tab A1000. Lenovo is stressing the sound quality of its new tab probably in a hope to show that it is in competition with big tech giants. Nevertheless, it has cut down the price and folks can get their hands on the Idea Tab for just $130.

Weighing 12 ounces and measuring 7.8 x 4.8 x 0.4 inches, Lenovo Tab makes you feel you’re actually using a Lenovo product; thanks to the numerable branding. However, the outlook has two Lenovo monograms ― literally without any use and actually spoiling the looks. Dubious honor can be related perfectly with the screen resolution and pixels got blown away while testing. Overall, the display is kind of abysmal.

Software is again lagging the refinements because it supports Jelly Bean 4.1.2, making the new tablet a bit old. Camera results are again not too attractive as it has a 0.3MP front-facing camera only. Pre-loaded with a plethora of useful software, i.e. ES file explorer, Idea Tab is good for those looking to grab a 7-inch tablet to brag about.

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