[CES 2012] Lenovo has just introduced the Lenovo IdeaTab S2, a 1.27lbs, 8.69mm tablet with a 10″ display that runs on Android 4.0
, aka Ice Cream Sandwich. Lenovo is so happy with Android 4.0 that they describe the IdeaTab S2 as delivering a “flawless” end-user experience. As you can see on the photo, Lenovo also came up with a keyboard/dock which looks very cool (I can’t wait to type with it and report back). It has a secondary battery inside, and 2 USB ports along with an Flash card reader. Lenovo says that with the additional battery, the IdeaTab S2 10″ can last for 20 hours.Of course, it is impossible not to compare the IdeaPad S2 with the ASUS Transformer prime, because both are very nice looking tablets. On the paper, it looks like the IdeaTab S2 may not win on the benchmarking contest, but it has Android 4.0 and 3G out of the box. Both use an IPS display, so in the end, pricing, usage and design may win customer over – what do you think?
Processor Qualcomm 8x60A/8960 1.5 GHz Dual Krait processor
Operating System Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 operating system
Display/Resolution 10.1″ 1280×800 IPS screen display
Video Graphics N/A
Memory 1GB LP-DDR2 memory
Storage 16GB/32GB/64GB storage; 64GB ssd
Integrated Comms WLAN 802.11b/g/n , BT 2.1+EDR , GPS/AGPS connectivity, Integrated front (1.3M HD) & back (8M+AF+LED+flash) mounted webcam
Connectors 17pin Docking conn.( micro USB compatible ), micro SD, Micro HDMI ,SIM card (only for 3G), 3.5mm Audio Jack, optional keyboard dock
Camera Integrated front (1.3M HD) & back (5M+AF+LED+flash) mounted webcam
Weight 1.27 pounds (580g)
Dimensions 8.69mm x 10.1”
Filed in CES, CES 2012, Lenovo and Transformer Prime.
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