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Screen quality and price are two of the most important features of a tablet. There’s no shortage of expensive high-end models with stunning HD displays, however, affordable options with similarly impressive screens are almost nonexistent. That’s why the Lenovo Tab 2 A10-70 is a special case, as it has a 1,920x,1200 resolution screen.
Though it’s half the price of a typical high-end tablet, the Lenovo Tab 2 A10 isn’t half bad. Starting at $200 (Official UK pricing hasn’t been announced, but pricing converts to roughly £130. Australia availability also hasn’t been made public, though price roughly converts to AU$255), the 10-inch tablet is average at best in most aspects — like most inexpensive tablets — except for one important feature: screen quality. It’s one of the most affordable options with a full HD display and, to complement the HD content on the screen, it also has powerful Dolby-enhanced speakers for crisp and loud audio.
On the flipside, everything else about the tablet is unremarkable. Its humdrum design is unfashionably thick and https://www.geomverity.org/101.html its heavy weight causes discomfort after using it for awhile. Performance is also just average, chugging along fine for basic tasks like checking email and surfing the Web, and slowing to a crawl when downloading apps or playing graphics-intense games.
For a cheap tablet, the Lenovo Tab 2 A10-70 is an attractive option. Not cheap in a pejorative sense; it indeed costs less than its best competition. With its sharp display and crisp speakers, you’ll be hard pressed to find another 10-inch tablet that offers the same for less. If you don’t want to spend a lot on a tablet for heavy video-watching, the Lenovo Tab 2 A10-70 should go to the top of your list.