By Shailesh Shrivastava email: email@example.com | Feb 25, 2013 12:36 PM EST
On the first day of the four-day long Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we saw so many amazing devices being launched, and some them came from one of the largest PC makers Lenovo.
The Chinese electronics company launched three Android-based tablets to target users of mobile devices.
The three tablets to come out from Lenovo's manufacturing unit are A1000, A3000, and S6000. While the tablets of A series (A1000 and A3000) are of 7-inch in size, S6000 features a 10-inch display.
With the launch of these three tablets Lenovo has tried to capture all the segments of tablet users as all the three tables are very different from each other. The only thing which brings all the three together is Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
"Lenovo's latest Android tablet family is designed to meet the demands of a wide range of customers, particularly young, active users who are always on the go, and have adopted the seven-inch form factor as their own. With these latest additions to our tablet portfolio, we've created devices that address these customers' needs, as well as devices for more demanding gamers and multimedia users," said Chen Wenhui, vice president Lenovo and GM Mobile BU in an official release.
The A1000 comes with a 7-inch screen. The tablet is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU supported by 1 GB DDR2 RAM. When it comes to storage, A1000 has 16 GB of internal storage and a microSD memory slot that can be extended up to 32GB. The trademark feature of the tablet is its ability of supporting Dolby Digital Audio which normally not seen in this kind of mid-range tablets.
"The A1000 delivers an audio experience normally reserved for more expensive tablets in a seven-inch device. With Dolby Digital Plus integrated into the device and large, front-facing speakers that ensure the sound is directed at the users' ears rather than the floor, the A1000 is perfect for music lovers and those seeking a 'pocket studio' for either music or movies," Lenovo said in a release.
The A3000 is equipped with a 1.2GHz quad-core MTK processor supported by 1 GB DDR2 RAM. The tablet sports a 7-inch 1024x600 pixels screen. The tablet has 16GB internal storage with a microSD slot for cards up to 64GB additional storage. The A3000 is going to come with an optional 3G HSPA+ support.
"The tablet, which sports an IPS 1024x600 screen, weighs in at less than 340g and is only 11mm thick, but can still hold a wealth of content with an extensive memory," the Lenovo release stated.
The S6000, unlike A1000 and A3000, is completely a different devise designed for people with extensive uses. The 10.1-inch tablet comes with 1280x800 pixels IPS display and is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core MTK 8389/8125 processor. The battery of the device is also going to last for more than eight hours. The tablet will also have optional HSPA+ support and micro HDMI port.
"Even with these specifications though, the S6000 does not lose track of style and convenience; it is all tied together in a super slim (8.6mm) and light (560g) frame that feels good and helps users look good," the company release said about the S6000.
Lenovo, so far, has not disclosed the price range of these products. However, according to the company, the tablets are going to be available across the world in the second quarter this year.
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