Lenovo has finally launched three low cost Android tablets today – A1000, A3000 and S6000, all with little fuss.
These three tablets have been up for pre-order for exactly a month now as we’d covered earlier, and they are certainly worth a look!
The A1000 is the cheapest tablet of the lot, as it’s priced at $149.99. It has a 7” screen with a 1024×600 resolution. It is powered by a 1.2GHz Mediatek MTK MT8317 dual core processor, 1GB of RAM and has 16GB of storage that’s expandable thanks to a microSD slot. It comes with a slightly older version of Android – version 4.1 to be precise.
The A3000 is identical to the A1000, except that it’s got the latest Android 4.2 operating system powered by a quad core Mediatek processor instead and is priced at $179.99.
Finally, the S6000 is the largest and most expensive of the three new Lenovo tablets, as it has a price tag of $279.99 and is a 10.1 inch sized tablet. It has a screen resolution 1280×800 and is an IPS display. It’s got 1GB of RAM and a 1.2GHz Mediatek MTK 8389 quad core CPU. It has 32GB of internal storage that’s again expandable with a microSD slot like the other two tablets, and it comes with Android’s latest and greatest version – 4.2.
All 3 of the tablets seem to be decent punts for anyone averse to spending big bucks on a new tablet. The S6000 seems to be a particularly attractive proposition as there’s little that seems to be going wrong with it, and it has possibly the lowest price point possible for its set of specs.
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