Lenovo IdeaPad A1: A 7” Android Gingerbread Tablet At $200 [Video]

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Undoubtedly, the launch days for Tablets are not going to over yet as more and more companies are jumping into the Tablet bandwagon and exposing the masterpiece in its class with a mix of variety, technology and price tag. Lenovo has introduced two new Android Tablets that caters to different set of users and classes.

The first small baby IdeaPad A1 still incubate the market of Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) for Tablets. The 7 inch screen may not give you the similar feel like other tablets which are available in the market and running on dual core, but then again it has been tagged with only $200. For sure, you may find it difficult to beat it at this price.

Slightly but nicely personalized home screen of Gingerbread provides you almost the same feel what you may feel while holding any dual core Tablet. Ultimately, you will feel happy with IdeaPad A1 and a small hole in your pocket.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPjOegdMg3Q

On the other side, Lenovo have not leaped over the Tablet users segment which settles down nothing but the best. For them, it has direct competitor of Samsung Galaxy Tab 750 – IdeaPad K1 – with NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 10.1 inch screen and running on Android 3.1 (Honeycomb).

Though the price of IdeaPad K1 has not been revealed yet but it’s expected to settle down within the close range of Galaxy Tab 750 as it has many identical features which make challenge the Samsung’s latest Tablet bet I open market.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2UIg3Ddfp0

Video & Photo Credentials: Androidcentral

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