While Lenovo has unfortunately refused to bring their smart phones over to the US market, they are more than willing to work with carriers when it comes to tablets.
Lenovo has now announced that AT&T will carry the Lenovo IdeaTab A2107. The 7-inch tablet will cost just $200 without contract, or $100 for a two-year agreement. Most will agree, paying $100 more for no contract is the wiser option though.
So what kind of specs does the tablet possess? It is a dual-core Cortex A9 tablet with Android ICS and a 1,024×600 resolution for its 7-inch display. There is also Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, FM radio and obviously AT&T-compatible mobile broadband.
While not a terrible tablet, I’d much rather receive news that the Lenovo K900 was making its way to the states.
What do you think, interested or not? For more information, check out the press release below.
Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 Added to AT&T Tablet Lineup
Lenovo’s Ultra Portable Tablet Ideal for Consumer and Business Customers
January 11, 2013
AT&T* today announced the availability of the Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 at www.att.com for $199.99, without a two-year commitment. Designed for both consumer and business customers, the IdeaTab A2107 is a low-cost, ultra portable tablet powered by Android™ 4.0. It includes a 7-inch display, front- and rear-facing webcams and has access to thousands of apps through Google Play™. For a limited time, customers will receive $100 off the Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 purchased online at www.att.com with a two-year data plan agreement.
With the IdeaTab A2107, customers can stay connected to the AT&T mobile internet from almost anywhere and enjoy a complete mobile office environment that’s compact enough to fit in a jacket pocket or laptop bag. It’s easy to customize by creating folders, grouping similar apps and creating personalizing homepages. And the 7″ display features adjustable text and more information than users would normally see on a mobile phone. It also features an internal magnesium roll cage for enhanced durability, a soft matte back cover for a better grip and a bright screen for easy viewing, even when outdoors.
The Lenovo A2107 tablet also serves as a great portal for staying informed of the latest news, stock quotes and emails. You can store more documents, jobsite images, videos, and illustrations such as CAD drawings with the additional SD card slot. With support for GPS and enabled with AT&T’s mobile internet, the A2107 can serve as a well-informed guide to provide effortless turn-by-turn navigation.
“The Lenovo IdeaTab is a great option for those in the market for a compact, multifunctional tablet at an affordable price,” said Chris Penrose, senior vice president of emerging devices, AT&T. “Connecting it to the AT&T network keeps customers connected while on the go to what matters most.”
Customers can add the Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 to a new or existing AT&T Mobile Share plan for $10 per month or choose one of AT&T’s DataConnect plans. Offering between 1 GB and 20 GB of data, Mobile Share plans allow for up to 10 devices.