Lenovo showed off three new tablets at the 2013 Mobile World Congress to divert the media's attention from the unveiled Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Huawei Ascend P2. The introduced Lenovo tablets are the 7-inch A1000 and A3000 as well as the 10-inch S6000 tablet all running on the Android Jelly Bean operating system.
Lenovo A1000 Tablet:
The A1000 tablet features 1.2GHz dual-core MTK processor and 16GB internal storage capacity with microSD for additional storage up to 32GB. The tablet is incorporated as well with the Dolby Digital Plus feature with a number of front speakers and that is why the tablet has been given the description "pocket studio with Dolby."
Lenovo A3000 Tablet:
The slightly improved A3000 tablet offers a 7-inch screen display with 1024x600 resolution, 1.2GHz quad-core MTK processor, microSD to provide up to 64GB storage capacity and an optional HSPA support. The 11mm thick A3000 tablet weighs 340 grams and Lenovo has presented it as a device with "full performance in a compact package."
Lenovo S6000 Tablet:
The S6000 tablet has a 10-inch screen size, 1.2GHz MTK processor, optional HSPA support as well as a 1280x800 IPS display. Lenovo described this particular tablet as the "home entertainment center." S6000 features HSPA connectivity, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi at the weight of 560 grams and 8.6 mm thickness.
Prices and Release Dates:
Consumers can acquire Lenovo's three new tablets sometime in the second quarter of 2013. The tablet's prices have not yet been revealed but Lenovo assured that the consumers can afford them to have the finest tablet experience.
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