|Lenovo Ideapad Tablet A1 (2228-XB5) 1.0GHz 7 Inch 16GB WIFI BlueTooth Black|
Returns not accepted
eBay Buyer Protection
Fenton, MO, USA
Free shippingBuy it now
Free shipping3 bids
Free shippingBuy it now
Free shippingBuy it now
|The Lenovo Ideapad A1 tablet is the perfect companion for professionals who travel constantly. The Lenovo tablet is powered by Texas Instruments OMAP processor to enhance multitasking. The Wi-Fi tablet runs on Android 2.3. The Wi-Fi connectivity in the Lenovo Ideapad A1 lets you access high-speed Internet to surf the web, download games, watch movies and shop online. The Wi-Fi tablet allows you to store files in the 16 GB hard drive. The Lenovo tablet has a 512 MB RAM to increase the processing speed. The 7-inch Lenovo Ideapad A1 with webcam and microphone facilitates video calling. The battery allows you to work for long hours in the absence of an external power supply.|
|Display Size||7in (17.78 cm)|
|Hard Drive Capacity||16 GB|
|Supported File Types||3GP, AVI, MP3, MP4, OGG, RMVB, WAV|
|Processor Speed||1 GHz|
|Display and Screen|
|Display Tech||WSVGA TFT Active Matrix|
|Display Max. Resolution||1024 x 600|
|Touch Screen Technology||Multi-Touch|
|Rear Camera Resolution||3 megapixel|
|RAM Technology||DDR2 SDRAM|
|Connections and Expandability|
|Networking Type||Bluetooth, Integrated Wireless LAN|
|Expansion Ports||VGA out|
|Width||7.68in (19.51 cm)|
|Depth||0.5in (1.27 cm)|
|Weight||0.88lb (0.4 kg)|
|Additional Technical Informations|
|Input Method||Camera, Touch-Screen|
Average review score based on 12 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I turned in my Kindle Fire for this Lenovo A1 tablet. For me, it is way better than the Kindle Fire, which I found uncomfortable reading compared to the Kindle 3rd generation I LOVE. It also doesn't have GPS, which is something I could use that nice big screen for. Admitedly, I am a Lenovo/IBM fan, having had IBM and Lenovo thinkpads for the last 15 years. And this lives up to my expectations for a Lenovo brand computer.
So far I am satisfied with it and I've had it for over 3 months. The GPS and wifi work really well. Love the keyboard, it is so easy to use compared to my Samsung Galaxy ... size does matter when it comes to keyboards. :-)
Battery life on any of these droid products isn't the best ... surfing, playing games, watching videos and working on the internet eat up power. So, I just keep an eye on the battery symbol or work with it plugged in. When using GPS in my RV, I have a DC power cord which I use. Other than the original Kindles, none of the ereaders/tablets have much in the way of battery power. When using the Lenovo constantly, I get approximately 4 hours when fully charged.
This 7" table it perfect for doing email, putting up items to auction on eBay, and uploading items on Amazon to sell. And I especially love the camera. Nice and easy ... takes really good pictures and has all kinds of different settings (love the night setting!) ... it even has several different exposure settings and zoom settings, which I don't have in my Samsung Galaxy. The pictures are comparable and the Samsung has a 5m camera vs Lenovo's 3m. I also find it really useful to use the front camera to take my own picture for profiles online. Haven't tried it with Skype, which I don't use at all anymore.
Very responsive to touch. Fast web search...my new favorite toy. I bought for leisure, and just for quick access to internet. HOWEVER, Lately, I've had battery and hardware issues. NO warranty left so I have to pay for repairs now:(
This tablet has all the features that I need for what I do in my business. It does not have the updated android but it works for me. Email and pictures are the big use for me. If you want games you might want the later version of ice cream sandwich or the new Google that is just out.
These are crap . no inputs at all . a proprietary bloatware filled yawner .
lenovo has taken a simple android device and basically neutered it into this bland and rather slow device called the A1 . This overpriced laggard is not even on par with a generic ePad from China and cost twice or more as much . Its a generic android with a lenovo name and neuter . steer clear of this weakling and if you must have an android tablet then at least save lots of money and just get any of the dozens of generic chinese ones , at least they have input and output ports on them and this stinker has none . If i could have given it 0 Stars that is what it would have gotten .
I paid almost 200 dollars and i think it is much monety for a standard tablet, the lenovo apps never work, either the navigation app to use the gps, and the gps ins self never works too. I suggest the next time you want to buy a expensive item do it in a store directly.