Lenovo unveils new range of tablets

Lenovo unveils new range of tablets

PanARMENIAN.Net - Lenovo unveiled a new range of affordable tablets, IntoMobile reports.

The A-series devices come in three different flavors, with screen sizes ranging from 7 to 10.1 inches. Unfortunately, IntoMobile says, the Chinese firm failed to go into details, though it’s known that all of these will rock quad-core chips.

The highlights are:

A7-30: Armed with Dolby-enhanced dual-front speakers, this 7-inch tablet “delivers an audio experience normally reserved for more expensive tablets.” It will be available with optional 3G connectivity.

A7-50, A7-40: “Ultra-portable on-the-go reading companion for those on a budget,” it offers a wide-view HD 7-inch display, 2MP front-facing camera and rear camera, and optional 3G connectivity. It is also available as the A7-40, which comes in a stylish Ebony color, 8GB capacity and front-facing camera only.

A8-50: This 8-inch device comes in a range of bold color options to “suit different personalities and styles.”

A10-70: Provides an “amazing video watching experience, without staying at home.” Aside from a 10.1-inch wide HD display, it also has Dolby enhanced dual front speakers.

The new A-series Android tablets will be available worldwide from the second quarter; The A7-50 tablet is priced from $166.60, the A8-50 will start from $233.25 and the A10-70 will be available from $283.24.

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