Lenovo S6000 tablet review offers specs overview

By Posted 19 Nov 2013, 12:15

Lenovo has come on leaps and bounds in the tablet market in recent months and are now a viable option for those consumers who are looking for an alternative tablet from the likes of the Apple iPad Air and Google Nexus 7 tablets.

Recently we told you about other Lenovo tablets, such as the affordable Lenovo IdeaTab K3011 Lynx as well as two exciting new Lenovo tablets under the new Yoga brand – the Yoga 8 and the Yoga 10.

Now though, we switch our attention to the Lenovo IdeaTab 6000, a tablet that features some powerful hardware specs that can match anything that is available on the market today. It also is a tablet that could be available with a big discount during the sales, so consider this our heads-up to you.

Specs of this tablet include a 10.1-inch IPS display with a quad-core MT8125 1.2GHz Quad Core processor and 1GB of RAM. Decent gaming performance will be possible with an integrated MT8389 GPU, while you’ll have plenty of storage options with 16GB of internal memory and support for up to 64GB with MicroSD card.

Full specs can be seen over at Lenovo’s product listing here, but we thought you’ll be more interested in seeing a specs overview courtesy of a Lenovo S6000 user review. Watch the video below to get a 9-minute insight into the tablet and hopefully make the decision yourselves on whether this tablet is right for you.

Would you agree with us in saying that Lenovo should now be taken seriously in the tablet game? Let us know if you have bought a computer from Lenovo before and whether you are interested in picking up this particular tablet.

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