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Combo

The Lenovo IdeaTab S2110A comes in two varieties: just the tablet ($370) and the tablet/keyboard combo ($480).

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Warp factor

Press or even lightly touch the right-side bezel and you get this here.

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Hidden finger, warping screen

This screen-warping effect brought to you by my finger, directly adjacent (albeit hidden) to it.

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With or without

The S2110A can be purchased with its optional keyboard (hence the "optional" part) or by itself.

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Worth it

I figured it was worth having a shot of the tablet by itself.

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Comfy

Thanks to its cushier buttons, the S2110A's keyboard makes for a more comfortable typing experience.

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Nova 3

Nova 3 on the S2110A runs smoothly. Just watch out for those blurry textures.

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