What have we here? a previously undiscovered Lenovo tablet, if the Federal Communications Commission can be believed. the Chinese manufacturer submitted the drawings below for the “IdeaTab S2109″ for the standard set of wireless tests, certifying its WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and FM radios. There’s very little else in the way of empirical information, though the wire frame of the tablet’s backside would seem to indicate either an unusual bezel style or (morel likely) a non-widescreen aspect ratio, probably of the 4:3 variety.
That would be a first for Lenovo, though it’s certainly not unique. Archos, Pantech and various other low-cost Android tablet makers have employed the form factor, usually going for an iPad-matching 1024×768 LCD screen. Notably, the HP TouchPad uses a similar size and resolution. the FCC isn’t interested in specifics that extend beyond a gadget’s wireless capabilities, so there’s no way to be sure of the screen size, or for that matter any of the other components. Technically an FCC filing doesn’t guarantee a US release, either, though it’s certainly a strong indication.
Currently the only Lenovo tablets on our horizon are the IdeaPad K2 (a 10-inch Tegra 3 beast with a 1920×1200 10-inch screen) and three members of the LePad family, the S2005, S2007 and S2010. the name of this tablet indicates that it’s either a new generation of these LePad devices or a 9-inch variant of the three that have been unveiled already. no LeGadget has thus far made it to the American market thus far, so the IdeaTab name is probably going to stick. Expect to see this one on retail shelves in the next few months.
Are you in need of an internet tablet? are you in search of alternates for iPad? are you planning to buy Archos 101? If your answer is in affirmative, read this article further. this article will provide you with a reliable review on Archos 101.
Archos 101 is an Internet Tablet and is one of the largest tablets available currently. Archos has used a special process, patented plastic overmoulding technique, to make it. thus, Archos 101 review is made up of plastic and metal. It has a large screen of 10.1 inches in dimension. The Archos 101 has the widescreen aspect ratio of 16:9 which makes it body very long, about 270mm. However, its weight is less than that of an iPad. It weighs only 480 grams and is only 12mm thick. It offers you the size and resolution of 1024 x 600.
The design of the Archos 101 has a function led approach. there are two models available in Archos 101, one with 8GB and the other with 16GB of flash storage on board. You can get the Android Market installed in your Archos 101. The Android 2.2 operating system can be run on the tablet without any problem. It can also support Bluetooth 2.1. some Google apps, too, can be installed in your tablet. Archos 101 offers you its own AppsLib as well. The standard applications perform very smoothly on Archos 101 Internet Tablet. The Archos 101 Internet Tablet is powered by 1GHz ARM A8 Cortex processer. It also has a wide range of codec compatibilities. Also, the updates for the Archos 101 can be downloaded directly within the device.
When playing video the battery of Archos will last for seven hours. On the other hand, while playing music it will last up to 36 hours. Archos 101 review is a very versatile and useful entertainment device. Archos 101 has a kickstand at the back that helps in propping it up on the desk. The screen of the Archos 101 is bright and vibrant. However, its glossy surface makes it reflective. Though Archos 101’s media support is excellent, you may have to add optional cinema plug-ins if you are an ardent video surfer. Also, you have to pay to unlock the plug-ins so that you can use this tablet to its full potential. So, if you are planning to buy Archos 101 internet tablet, it would be wise to research a little and then make a wise decision.