Although the tablet market is largely dominated by the likes of Apple, Amazon, Samsung, and Google; Lenovo’s tablets are nothing to scoff at. Its latest model, the IdeaTab A2109, is an affordable slate that gets you quite a bit of bang for your buck.
In terms of build quality, we were impressed with the IdeaTab’s sturdy metal construction. Although its 0.46 inch thickness makes it considerably bigger than some other tablets, Lenovo’s rounded-edge design makes the A2109 feel nice in your hands. We also liked the IdeaTab’s screen size. Measuring in at 9.3 inches wide and 6.5 inches tall, it was a happy medium between a full-size iPad and the swarm of 7-inch tablets out there.
Under the hood, the A2109 runs on a 1.2GHz quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 chip backed by 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal flash storage. This makes it snappy and responsive, and when you pair that with Lenovo’s simple and well-designed user interface, you’ve got a good option for consumers on a budget.
For more details on specs and pricing, check out our Lenovo IdeaTab A2109 review.