Still up in the air over which kind of tablet device you want to purchase? Well, fret not – there is the Lenovo IdeaPad A1 that has just opened up its doors for your pre-order pleasure – and this is the smaller sibling to the IdeaPad K1 just in case you were wondering. 2GB of storage space will cost you $199, while throw in another $50 and you get eight times (that’s 16GB just in case your calculator is broken) the amount of internal memory. Surely it is a no-brainer as to which model to pick up, right?
I guess regardless of the capacity and price, some folks do not mind having their tablet run on a non-tablet optimized version of the Android operating system – specifically Gingerbread. After all, times are hard, but at $199, why not consider the Amazon Kindle Fire instead? You might be able to gain more from that model considering the number of pre-orders it has already racked up.
This Android 2.3 Gingerbread-powered tablet will feature a 7″ display at 1,024 x 600 resolution, and a single-core 1GHz processor, in either black or white colors.
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