LePad A2107 » Lenovo Introduces The First Dual SIM Tablet

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Lenovo has completed work on his latest Tablet completed and presented the model as LePad A2107. At first glance, this appears with Android 4.0 discreetly equipped 7-inch device, a quick look at the data reveals, however, that this is currently the only dual SIM tablet in the world.
Is likely to be practically double the SIM slot, for example, turn out on long journeys. Is the power of the main party just weak, the tablet can simply log into another without the SIM card needs to be replaced.

The compound can be prepared both in 3G and in GSM networks. Whether the radio module can be used for phone calls and sending text messages is not known. Tablets for the 7-inch format that is not unusual, however. As an alternative to the Internet via the mobile network, Lenovo has built a WLAN module. The LePad A2107 also supports connectivity through Bluetooth 4.0 devices. The processor is a clocked at 1 GHz Cortex A9. The single-core CPU will support a 1 GB memory-making.

This combination should muster enough power to play full HD videos, the resolution of the display is 1024 x 600 pixels with it but a little too small. As storage for movies, pictures, music and apps are internal 16 GB available. The confirmation that this can be expanded via microSD card is still pending. Sufficient energy for longer movies should LePad A2107 bring in any case because of the battery, according to Lenovo in surfing for up to 10 hours at a stretch.
A peculiarity of 11.5 millimeters thin and 400 grams heavy Tablets can be found between the plastic cover and the board. There Lenovo has placed a metal cage that protects your tablet from drops up to a meter in height and at the same time provides a good heat dissipation.


That in the development, moreover, a number of European safety standards taken into consideration, makes hope for a release in this country. When and at what price the LePad A2107 may be available, Lenovo has been left open.