September 08, 2013

Lenovo Announces New Music Tablet Lenovo A1000 and Lenovo A3000 a Quad Core Dual-SIM Tablet

Lenovo now joining the bandwagon on 7-inch Phone Tablets, announces their offering for this type of devices. The Lenovo A1000 is a Dual-Core processor while the Lenovo A3000 is powered by a Quad-Core processor.

Both tablet support GSM functionality, the A3000 supports Dual GSM – GSM SIM with 3G/HSPA+support.
The Lenovo Ideapad A1000 is market as a media/music device with an SRP 6,499.00.

Lenovo Ideapad A1000 Key Features
  • 7-inch 1024×600 TFT Capacitive screen (170 ppi)
  • Dual Core 1.2GHz CPU, 1GB LP DDR2 Memory
  • 4GB storage (2.6GB usable), expandable to 32GB with microSD card
  • Android 4.1
  • Dolby Digital Plus stereo sound
  • Dual front-facing speakers
  • GSM support one standard SIM
  • USB On-the-Go Port
  • 0.3MP Front Camera, GPS, Haptic (vibration) feedback
  • Bluetooth
  • Non-removable Li-Po 3500 mAh battery
  • 7-8 hours battery life (according to Lenovo)
  • SRP 6,499.00
The A1000 is Lenovo's entry-level tablet, but from my first hand experience with the device if feels solid and more comfortable holding it on my hands.  This is a good second Phone and a media device where you can watch your favorite movies and listen to your favorite music.

While the Lenovo Ideapad 3000 is aimed for gamers and alike, with an SRP 9,999.00. This Tablet have a Dual-SIM capability can be use as a main phone, well that is if you like having a 7-inch phone+tablet.

Lenovo Ideapad A3000 Key Features
  • 1.2GHz Quad Core processor
  • 1GB RAM
  • 7″ 1024×600 IPS screen (170 ppi)
  • GPU is PowerVR SGX531
  • Android 4.2
  • 5MP Back and .3MP Front cameras
  • 16GB Storage, expandable up to 32GB via microSD card
  • Dual GSM – GSM SIM with 3G/HSPA+ Support
  • Non-removable Li-Po 3500 mAh battery
  • 7-8 hours of battery life
  • SRP - Php 9,999.00
 >> READ: ASUS FonePad - 7-inch Phone+Tablet

The A3000 have a removable back cover, it's where the SIM card and microSD card located.  

The Lenovo A1000 and A3000 Android tablets will be available beginning September 2013 in Lenovo’s retail partners, MSI-ECS, Ingram Micro Asia Ltd. through its sub-distributor Net Essentials, and Open Communications.

1 comment:

  1. The thing about Lenovo A1000 3G is that you'll get a good quality for the price that's even cheaper than you expected. When I bought one unit from I thought that the price is a bit pricey compared to past version of Lenovo but when I actually roadtest this tablet,it actually is worth every penny. Plus when you said 3G then it is 3G.'Nuff said. ;)