By this point we’ve all bought a cheap tablet and been depressed with the quality we received, from lackluster specs to lifeless, tiny and less than enjoyable sound. Luckily for buyers, Lenovo is releasing a model that might very well change the way we look at Lenovo devices for years to come. Sunday, at the world conference, Lenovo showed it’s two new devices, the Tab 2 A8 starting out at a hundred and thirty dollars, and the higher specs Tab 2 A10-70 for a mere two hundred dollars.
Credit by Lenovo Press.
If you like to listen to music on your tablet like we do, you’ll be truly impressed by the Dolby Atmos 3D sound technology- especially if you’re using ear buds or headphones when you’re in between business meetings, killing time before your next flight, or just lounging around the house.
You’ll hear the sounds with live action- from the front, from the left and right sides, and even above behind and ahead to give you an amazing experience that you can’t forget- especially when you’re used to inferior sound.
Plenty of Resolution and Power to Meet Your Needs
If you’re worried about sacrificing power for sound, you can rest easy knowing that both of these models have impressive resolutions (the Tab 2 A10 tops out at around 1920 x 1200 pixels). What’s even cooler is that the Tab 8 LTE version even includes two SIM slots for GSM or 4G LTE, so you could even convert your highly functioning, easy to operate and afford, high quality tablet as a larger-than-average phablet. It really is a fully functioning device that won’t cost you an arm and a leg when you’re looking to expand your technology collection.