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Lenovo Ideatab A2107A Review

|February 17 2013 |Tablets

In the present high-tech market where android tablets have dual core processors Lenovo recently launched its A2107A Ideatab with a single core processor. Let us take a brief look at it.

Lenovo Ideatab A2107ADesign and built

The Lenovo A2107A has a very good built quality with rugged and toughened frame. The outer cover is plastic made along with matte-finished rear panel. Its front is all glass with black borders with absolutely no buttons. The chassis is around 11.5 mm thick and its back panel holds the company logo and a stereo speaker grill, while the rear camera is at top. The overall looks of the 7-incher tablet is clean, classy and rich.


The Lenovo Ideatab A2107A is a dual SIM GSM+GSM/WCDMA tablet is only meant for 3G internet and not for voice calls. It runs on 1 GHz Cortex A9 processor and 1 GB of RAM. It has a 7-inch LCD panel display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. It has a 2 megapixel rear camera and a standard VGA front camera. It has an internal storage of 16 GB with an option of extending the storage with a micro SD memory card. It runs on Android ICS v4.0 the operating system with connectivity options of Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, WCDMA 3G and micro USB for PC connectivity and USB OTG. The tablet features pre-installed free applications in plenty that are meant for both work and play.

Performance and media

Compared with the other single-core 1 GHz processor-based tablets, the Ideatab A2107A performs almost 30 percent faster, that is obviously because of the the higher capacity RAM featured in it. With its regular 7-inch display reproduces good colours, sharpness and brightness, which make watching videos and photos fun. Its stereo speakers are loud and give quality audio output.


With a price tag of Rs 14000, this single core processor tablet is no match for a lot of cheap dual processor tablets available in the market. But a good brand name and tough build quality may save the Lenovo Ideatab A2107A.

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