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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 - a response to the new iPad?

                     The Lenovo Comany in March plans to release for sale to the mysterious tablet, which has to compete with the new iPad.

                   For the FCC knocked on the door a new tablet, which I had never heard of. This is a Lenovo IdeaTab S2109, which will be able to boast a 9.7-inch touchscreen with a 4:3, TI OMAP processor with an unknown number of cores and power generation, operating system, Android, and four powerful speakers made ​​in the technology of SRS.

                  As shown in the diagram shown above, the housing IdeaTaba S2109 Lenovo will also find a range of standard connectors and buttons, which includes jack 3.5 mm auido jack, power switch, volume controls, charging port and microUSB and probably hidden under the cap microSD memory card reader. Interestingly, the new tablet will be sold with a charger with a capacity of 12.5 watts (for comparison, the new iPad charger has a 10 W), leading to a much shorter time needed to supplement the battery power.

                     Site Engadget says that Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 will be presented later this month and will hit the market in Germany, Russia, the United States, Canada, Turkmenistan, Mexico, India, Chile, Japan and China. Price of a new tablet and its specification is not yet known.

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