I'm Dan Ackerman, we're here to take in a very quick look at Lenovo's new 7-inch Android tablet.
That's the IdeaPad A1.
Obviously, we've seen a lot of Android tablets this year.
Very interesting what Lenovo redo within and this 7-inch version obviously, it's a running Gingerbread.
It's got a cool feature, which is always on GPS so even if you're not on a 3G connection or wifi connection, the GPS will still work and even more importantly going to the holiday season gonna be a lot of price pressure in that tablet space.
Lenovo is pretty confident.
You gonna see this in the US by the end of 2011 for around $250 bucks.
This version here is blue, which is actually pretty cool looking.
We've also seen it in black, white, and we've rumors of a pink model.
I'm Dan Ackerman and that is a very quick hands-on look at the Lenovo Ideapad A1.
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