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Sunday, February 19, 2012

Lenovo IdeaTab S2 - another transformer with Android ICS

                     Not only Asus has to offer a tablet-plus-keyboard combo (Prime Transformer). In a similar move, Lenovo has decided to - IdeaTab S2 is an interesting alternative to the Android ICS.
 
                                         

                    At CES 2012, Lenovo introduced  a new tablet, which can dock a keyboard, but its CPU is dual core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 8960 at 1.5 GHz. IdeaTab S2 runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (with Mondrian UI), and with the  docking keyboard  can turn it into a netbook.

 

                The new Tablet PC does not stand out particularly from existing facilities competition. The equipment has a 10.1-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1280 by 800 pixels, 1GB of RAM, SSD with capacity of up to 64 GB, 3G, 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, 1.3 megapixel camera and microHDMI. Device thickness is 8.69 mm, while its mass is only 580 g.


 
                      The new tablet battery allows operation for up to 9 hours, but when you connect the docking station, the time may be extended twice. In addition, the keyboard has two USB ports, touchpad with multitouch and an SD card slot.

   Unfortunately, at the moment, details such as price and availability of Lenovo IdeaTab S2, were not disclosed.

           

2 comments:

  1. This is a great Lenovo Idea Tab tablet except it was just released so if you're buying it now, it makes you an "early adopter" and pioneer to help Lenovo discover issues.I like very much all lenovo Idea Tab tablet.Because it,s look very beautiful and thinest.
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    1. Actually, the "nub" is one of my main reason that I've had three different Lenovo Idea Tab tablet. I absolutely despise that tablet whatever you want to call it on most tablet. It always messes up my typing and moves my mouse and causes me to type into the middle of whatever paragraph I've been working on. Overall, I'd put this computer firmly in the "Awesome" category, knowing full well that I'll probably never own one because I'm too cheap to by a new computer if I can get a model two years old for a quarter of the cost. I don't need bleeding edge
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