After conquering the PC desktop and notebook space and finding itself in the list of leading computer manufacturers in the world, Lenovo now eyes for the smartphones and tablets market. The Chinese technology major’s innovative line up of Ideapad tablets are one of most talked about and sought after post PC devices in this PC+ era (terms that the company has itself given to its line up lenovo tab m8 of smartphones and tablets). They are the preferred choice of millions of users as they bring to the forefront an interesting mix of science and technology, and are at par with several top notch devices. The devices are indeed excellent for playing games, listening to music, watching movies, reading books and surfing the net.
Features that are shared in common by the Lenovo Ideapad tablets and their in-house competitors, and attributes that lend character to them include:
Quad Core processor: Most of the Lenovo Ideapads come with Quad Core CPUs which punctuate the device with enormous amounts of responsiveness, fluidity and speed. Not only that, they lend the user with a swift experience and make the tablet render tremendous gaming and entertainment performance and a stellar performance on the whole.
Android/ Android Jelly Bean OS: All are backed by Android/ Android Jelly Bean software platform which in turn is drawn from the Linux kernel.
IPS screen: This is a feature that is found in a good number of Lenovo tablets. An IPS (in-plane switching) screen results in a sharp resolution and a wide viewing angle. What’s more, the screen’s brightness remains the same even at different angles of viewing.
A giant display: Lenovo Ideapads have fairly big displays. The display size of the tablets starts at 7 inches and exceeds 10 inches in some models to heighten the pleasure of viewing.
Primary/ secondary camera: While some Lenovo tablets have both primary and secondary cameras, some have only the either of the two. The front camera allows video chatting and the rear one lets the user take pictures of whatever catches his fancy.
Dual stereo speakers & Dolby audio enhancement: This is another feature that will make many a music lover fall in love with Lenovo Ideapad tablets. Most of them offer Dolby sound and are fitted with prudently positioned speakers.
USB OTG (On The Go): All Lenovo Ideapad tablets have the USB OTG feature so that the user can use the tab for charging as well as reading other devices on the go.
SIM support for Voice Calling: All Lenovo tablets have SIM card slots to facilitate voice calling so that they can be easily used as a phone whenever required.
3G support: Most Lenovo Ideapads offer 3G support (supported with HSPA+), too.
Bluetooth: Almost all Lenovo tablets have the latest version of Bluetooth to help exchange files and pave the way for faster connections.
A powerful and never say die battery: Lenovo Ideapads have batteries that last real long and offer up to 8 hours of Wifi browsing/ over 9 hours for web browsing on a single battery charge.