The Lenovo A1 is a classic Android tablet, at an attractive price, but its subpar screen gives the competition an edge.
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The idea of popping a silly-powerful engine into the most inappropriate of spaces has been floating around for ages; with the Audi A1 Quattro the idea has been taken to something of an extreme.
Whoever came up with the idea to throw the S3's engine in to the A1, then add four-wheel-drive needs a medal. Whoever decided Audi would only make 333 A1 Quattros needs a talking to.
Stuffing the last-gen S3's engine in to the smallest car in the range isn't often done. Audi's A1 Quattro is pretty special, then.
Acer has lifted the lid on a load of new products, including a tablet with a detachable keyboard dock, and a laptop with a swivel screen.
Let's be honest: this tablet can do almost everything the new iPad can. It's smaller and slower, sure, but it's also close to 1/3 the price.
Lenovo's $199 tablet does what the Kindle Fire can't, but supbar screen quality prevents it from taking the lead.
Take a closer look at the Lenovo IdeaPad A1, an inexpensive 7-inch tablet running Android 2.3.
That's a $31.80 drop compared to last week, and the best deal to date on a 7-inch Android tablet. It's available in white or pink!
It's new, not refurbished, and it's arguably the best deal going on a 7-inch Android tablet. While supplies last!