Lenovo Ideapad A1107 Tablet with Android 4.0 ICS – Specs & Features

Lenovo has quietly added new range of tablet by launching new Lenovo Ideapad A1107 Android tablet which went on for sale from today. The best of this tablet is certainly the newly introduced Android 4.0  OS. Lets go through the specifications of this tablet which is just another weaker addition to the competition with best 7 inches tablet in the market.

Lenovo Ideapad A1107

Going through the specification of the Lenovo Ideapad A1107 its powered with 1 Ghz Texas Instruments 3622 Cortex A8 processor along with 512 MB of RAM and this runs on the Google’s latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system (ICS).Lenovo Ideapad A1107

Lenovo Ideapad A1107 is fitted with 7 inches wide screen two finger capacitive touchscreen LED display screen. This provides the 16:9 aspect ratio with a maximum resolution of 1200 x 600 pixels This Android version is with some of the most amazing featuring with new user interface. The best feature of this tablet is certainly the optimization with Android 4.0. This tablet is with internal storage capacity of 16 GB SSD on board memory.

This tablet is equipped with rear side 3 mega pixel camera which can be used to take amazing pictures and enable video recording as well. Among the various features this tablet is included with 0.3 mega pixel camera on the front facing side which can be used for various purpose like face to face video chat and video calls. This tablet also includes various other features like micro SD card reader, micro USB port, Bluetooth 2.1 for wireless file transfer between various devices and built in Wi Fi 802.11 b/g/n wireless internet connectivity. It includes various Sensors like G-sensor and light sensor. This tablet is pre loaded with Google Play Store and Lenovo app store to download and install thousands of Android applications.

Interested users of Lenovo Ideapad A1107 tablet can purchase this from Best Buy site available £199.99. Considering the tablet available at this price tag Amazon Kindle Fire and Google Nexus 7 are certainly the clear winner but this tablet from Lenovo is over priced in our sense.

One comment

  1. This thing really sucks. I bought it 1 week ago and I already returned it. I am not expecting much from this thing, since it’s just cheap. I just want to search the net, play games and read that is all. 1st day it already crashed, locked up several times and battery life is very bad, you have to continuosly charge it.