The Lenovo IdeaTab S2110 first made its appearance at the CES 2012 when the company unveiled the tablet with the S2 branding. And now, the transformable slate has made its debut in the US tagging along 10 hours of battery life and the Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS.
The guys over at Engadget point out that the tablet will house a dual core Snapdragon APQ8060A processor from Qualcomm clocked at 1.5GHz. 1GB of LPDDR2 memory is further employed for a smooth multitasking experience. Additionally, the 10.1-inch HD IPS display proffers a 1280 x 800p resolution along with a 178-degree wide viewing angle and rich video playback in 720p quality.
Designed with a sleek form factor that flaunts curved edges and a textured back panel, the tablet weighs 1.3 pounds. Along with a dual speaker configuration and the SRS TruMedia audio enhancement, the device houses a 5MP rear camera with AF and LED flash as well as a front-facing 1.3MP webcam for video calling. The internal battery is estimated to last for around 10 hours or up to 30 days of standby.
Where storage is concerned, users will have up to 64GB of built-in hoarding capacity, while 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity place themselves as convenient means of going online. For enhanced productivity, the tablet can be coupled with the optional keyboard dock that’s incorporated with 2 USB ports, a 3-in-1 SD card reader and an additional 10 hours of battery life, apart from the notebook-like experience it also offers.
The Lenovo IdeaTab S2110 price amounts to $343.20 as a web offer, while the original rate is pegged at $449. The tablet is now available for purchase through the company’s online store in the US.