When it comes to cheap Android tablets the Lenovo IdeaTab A1000 is only $160, but does this value device sacrifice some great features that are available with modern technology? Today we have a brief but concise video review to watch discussing all the pros and cons with this device, highlighting the Lenovo IdeaTab A1000 specs and their overall impression.
From the start of this video we have embedded above our post we sense some negativity about the Lenovo IdeaTab A1000, and although the video by PhoneArena only lasts around 5 and half minutes, it gives us an informative visual impression of this tablet.
The fact that this is a cheap product does mean this will be investigated in full and the presenter feels that his experience with the Nexus 7 makes it hard to fall in love with anything else, as the Lenovo is really heavy for a seven inch tablet. He doesn’t regard the screen as much cop either and the outer casing seems quite prone to scratches.
When relaying the specs he also discusses how slow this is compared to other premium devices and we get the impression this is probably ideal for those new to tablets or smartphones. Since the Nexus 7 we are starting to see some value tablets on the market, but he does mention that the Lenovo IdeaTab A1000 is a cheap product and this is apparent when it is being used.
Were you looking for a cheap tablet to do the basics? Or would you rather invest more money when it comes to obtaining a quality product?
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