We heard about the Lenovo Ideapad A1 a while back, and it seemed to take a long time coming. In fact, whilst we were waiting, the Kindle Fire from Amazon was put in the hands of many. The Fire certainly has better specifications on paper, but it is tied into Amazon’s way of doing things (unless of course you root it). So, the budget end of the tablet market is still open for other manufacturers to shine and the Lenovo A1 is certainly priced right. Check out the video above for my first look of this 7-incher and let me know in the comments below if it exceeds or falls short of your expectations.
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By Todd Haselton |
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