Uploaded on Feb 10, 2012
http://whattabletpc.com/ A hands-on review of the Lenovo IdeaPad A1 tablet.
This Lenovo A1 tablet review goes hands on with a demo of this low cost tablet PC. We put it through it's paces and test this Lenovo tablet.
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It's a 7-inch tablet that's light and well built running Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread.
Lenovo have included a capacitive multitouch screen that's responsive to swipes and taps of a finger.
The processor is a 1GHz Cortex A8 which means it's powerful given the Android operating system and it's a great processor when you consider the price of this tablet. The Lenovo A1 tablet offers great value with decent hardware and a simple user interface.
This Lenovo A1 Ideapad tablet has access to the Android Market range of apps, games, eBooks and movies.
The high definition video playback is good quality and you can expand it with a MicroSD card port to increase the internal storage from 16GB to 32GB memory for files.
Adobe Flash performance is good, and the battery lasts a decent length of time of 5 hours continuous video playback.
Front-facing camera for video chat, rear-facing camera for taking still images and video.
There are a few minor issues as highlighted in the video but given it's such a cheap tablet PC, you can live with them.
Technical Specification: 7" Tablet PC
Resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels
2 finger multitouch touchscreen 1 GHz processor 512 MB RAM 16GB Internal Storage integrated flash drive Light and easy to carry
Front facing 0.3MP camera for web chat apps
Rear facing 3MP camera for taking photos and video
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