Lenovo has officially taken the wraps of their latest Android tablets, unveiling the IdeaTab A2107 and IdeaTab S2110 at IFA in Berlin, Germany. And while availability dates are still particularly vague, prices should range somewhere between $200 to $500.
Specs for the IdeaTab A2107 include a 7-inch 1024 x 600 touchscreen (same size as the Nexus 7 and the Kindle Fire), alongside a 1GHz dual-core MTK Cortex A9 CPU, either WiFi-only models or 3G+WiFi configuration, with storage capacities range between 4GB to 16GB at most. There’s also a Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity under the hood, as well as an FM radio, a Micro-USB, an SD card expansion and WCDMA plus GSM network support.
Up next is the IdeaTab S2110, a 10.1-inch Ice Cream Sandwich device, running a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm chip inside, tucked with a 1280 x 800 IPS display that can feature up to 10-finger multi-touch support. This machine is basically a hybrid between a tablet and a laptop, that were technically combined together by an optional keyboard dock, which naturally helps you out with the typing, extends your battery life with additional 10 hours, and sports a full-size SD card slot. The tablet itself comes with a choice of 16GB or 32GB flavors, while the camera shooters are at 5-megapixel on the back and a a dual 1.3-megapixel up front. Out of the box, you also get micro-USB and micro-HDMI ports.