Lenovo Unveils Three New Android Talbets at IFA 2012

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    Lenovo just expressed their commitment to the Android ecosystem today. They launched three new Android tablets at IFA 2012 today to round out their IdeaTab lineup. They have a 7-inch tab, a 9-inch tab, and a 10.1-inch tab. These tablets join the previously released 9-incher, the IdeaTab S2109 that is already available at Wal-Mart for $349.99. They shared some of the details on these tablets, but curiously left some pretty important info missing for a couple of them. Here's a breakdown of what we know for three devices:

    IdeaTab A2107 - Pricing?
    • MTK Cortex A9 processor
    • Built-in roll cage for added durability
    • A microSD
    • Built-in FM radio tuner
    • 16GB of built-in memory
    IdeaTab A2109 - $299.99
    • 9-inch screen with a 1280-by-800-pixel resolution
    • 1.2-GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor
    • Aluminum body
    • 16GB of internal storage
    • A micro HDMI out
    • Front- and rear-facing cameras
    IdeaTab S2110 - $399 for the tablet alone or $499 with the detachable dock
    • Dual-core, 1.5-GHz Qualcomm 8060A processor
    • Up to 32GB of internal storage
    • 10.1-inch IPS display with 1280-by-800-pixel resolution and 420nit brightness
    • Features an optional keyboard dock that adds a keyboard, touchpad, full-sized USB ports, an SD card reader, and double the battery life
    We will keep you apprised when we find out more. What do you guys think of Lenovo's tabs? Are they good enough to compete, or just not quite up to the challenge?

    Source: AndroidTablets.net via PCMag