It's a cracking day for penny-pinching Android tablet fans -- first the kid-friendly, now three impressively inexpensive slates from Lenovo, all for under £200.
The main event is the 10-inch Lenovo S6000, which comes in at £200. For that modest price tag, you get perfectly respectable innards -- a decent quad-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, a 5-megapixel camera and 16GB of storage, with a microSD slot to beef that up.
Where it cuts the biggest corner is its 1,280x800-pixel screen, which meagre resolution is stretched out over 10 inches at a pretty blocky 149 pixels per inch. By comparison, Google's £319 Nexus 10 offers a stunning 2,560x1,600-pixel display for a mighty 302ppi.
Next down the pecking order is the A3000, a 7-inch pocket rocket with a similar, but slightly less fancy quad-core chip, 1GB of RAM, 5-megapixel camera, and a pretty grim 1,024x600-pixel resolution. That's not nearly as good as the Hudl's 1,440x900-pixel effort. It's more expensive than the Hudl too, at around £160. One bright spot is that you can expand the 16GB of storage by another 64GB using a microSD.
Both of those have Android 4.2 Jellybean. If you're not bothered about being up to date, you can save yourself £50 with the Lenovo A1000. It's running the pretty aged Android 4.1, and can only extend its storage by 32GB, and has a slower 1GHz processor. Otherwise it's the same as the A3000.
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