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Diving into Lenovo's 7-inch, A-series tablets (pictures)

Lenovo unveiled two 7-inch, Android Jelly Bean tablets, called the A1000 and the A3000, at Mobile World Congress 2013.

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The 7-inch, Lenovo A1000

BARCELONA, Spain--As part of Lenovo's duo of 7-inch Jelly Bean tablets debuting at MWC this year, the A1000 is an entry-level tablet with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor.

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The A1000's front-facing speakers have Dolby Digital Plus sound.
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The bezel surrounding the display is pretty thick.
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Yet, the A1000 itself has a trim profile.
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The A1000 comes in either white or black versions.
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Introducing the A3000

Lenovo's other small tablet is the A3000. It also runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

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The 7-inch IPS display has 1,024x600-pixel resolution.
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The A3000 has 1.2 GHz quad-core MediaTek processor.
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On the top left corner of the A3000's rear side is the camera lens.
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The A3000 measures 11mm (0.4331 inch) thick and weighs 340g (0.7496 pound).

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