Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2013-05-16
Updated on:May 04, 2015
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A Large Smart And Powerful Tablet
Display and Configuration
Lenovo IdeaPad A1000 sports a 7.0 inches of capacitive Multi touchscreen display, running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system and has been powered with 1.2GHz Dual Core Processor paired up with PowerVR SGX531 GPU and 1GB RAM.
Camera and Memory
The device packs a 0.3MP front camera for video conferencing. It also houses a 4GB internal storage capacity which can be expandable up to 32GB via Micro SD Card.
Connectivity and Battery
Lenovo IdeaPad A1000 is a large screen sized tablet with an attractive look. The plus of this device is its 2G Connectivity with voice calling support and powerful battery. It also has a basic camera along with a front camera. The device also has a good internal expandable memory and is supported by 3500 mAh Battery which supports device of up to 8 Hours. The tablet has a very classy look which can attract buyers at its first sight only.
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First announced in Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year, the IdeaTab A1000 is Lenovo's latest entry into the budget tablet market. While Lenovo has been known for sitting at the sidelines when it comes to the Android smartphone market in the United States, the company is becoming successful in other countries, and does have a presence when it comes to Android tablets in the U.S. While the IdeaTab A1000 is priced in a range t...
Pros: Feels very solid and well built, dual front facing Dolby speakers and equalizer, good overall system performance, Android extras like percent battery meter and scheduled on/off, strong vibration motor, FM radio, toggle buttons in notification area, USB OT
Cons: Low internal memory allocation causes errors resulting in the inability to install more than a few apps as well as breaking sync, no automatic display brightness, low screen resolution causes screen pixelation, poor viewing angles cause darkness and color
Verdict: The Lenovo IdeaTab A1000 has some surprisingly good qualities for a tablet that competes in one of Android's lowest price tiers. Unfortunately, the sum of its parts cannot fix the whole, which is absolutely crippled by a very poor (and completely fi...
While the Apple iPad mini and Google Nexus 7 battle it out for $200+ small-tablet supremacy, Lenovo\'s IdeaTab A1000 aims for the shopper who doesn\'t want to pay much more than a Benjamin for a slate. The $129 A1000 boasts a solid set of stereo speakers, full access to the Google Play store and strong battery life. But how does its performance compare to other budget tablets? Editor\'s Note: When we initially reviewed the A1000, our battery test...
Pros: Comfortable and lightweight design; Quality stereo speakers; Solid viewing angles; microSD Card slot; Inexpensive
Cons: Below-average performance and graphics; Dim display
Sure to attract some budget conscious individuals, the $160 priced Lenovo IdeaTab A1000 is no doubt something noteworthy to mention over other things. Seriously, weâ€™re crossing our fingers with this one, especially considering itâ€™s cheap â€“ though, it doesnâ€™t always translate to better, as weâ€™ve come to know all too well......
Not too long ago there was a hard line one could draw between tablets that are obviously crap and those worth your time and money. After the Nook tablets and Nexus 7 came along you could almost declare that buying a tablet under $200 was a bad idea. Now the threshold price is shifting and it’s hard too say what price is too low for value. The $170 HP Slate 7 is pretty terrible, but the $150 Asus Memo Pad HD 7 is pretty awesome. So where doe...
Pros: Loud front-facing speakers,UI skin isn't too extensive,Decent battery life,
Cons: Low-res screen with poor viewing angles,Little room for apps and data,Slightly sluggish performance,Mediocre front camera,
Verdict: It might be possible to put together a decent tablet at this price. Unfortunately, no company has yet proved this to be true. The IdeaTab A1000′s general specs aren’t so different from the original Nexus 7 or the Memo Pad HD, but the A100...