The tablet Lenovo A10 is designed for groups looking for an acceptable device without having to spend a lot on it
The Lenovo A10 is a ten-inch tablet at an affordable price. It stands out for its good quality audio, and it has two Dolby speakers located on the front that allow optimal sound quality. The device is the older brother of series A, which is aimed at a public that tablets look at an affordable price without the need for high performance computers have. Thus, the tablet has a 10.1-inch HD display that integrates a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels and a density of 149 pixels per inch. It also comes with a processor MediaTek MTK8121 Quad Core 1.3 gigahertz. Its internal storage of 16 gigabytes or 32 gigabytes, to suit the user, and has a memory of one gigabyte RAM. With this capability we will have enough storage in several movies or files and so entertained on long journeys space.
The terminal has an operating system, Android 4.2.2, software for mobile and tablets Google, and has a range of 6,340 milliamps, which is about nine hours Connectivity WiFi to surf the Internet. It also has a rear camera of five megapixels and a front of two megapixels. Although initially not look like it has the best specs, its minimalist design in black and 200 euros, make it an affordable option for people who need a team without many economic benefits.
The Lenovo A10 has a screen of 10.1 inches which has a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels and a density of 149 pixels per inch, which while not the best in the market, stands out as a balanced team for the money you have. Thus, we can see all the movies or videos with absolute clarity, without worrying about the size of the panel. The colors are vivid and sharp features, both indoors and outdoors so you can enjoy any audiovisual playback anytime we want without having to worry about whether or not see the screen.
It also has a very attractive design in a dark tone well suited, as an option, thus, are less noticeable bumps or scratches. Its simplicity makes the shape adopted is rectangular with rounded corners, which makes it more appealing. As protection, the terminal is covered with glass on the front to protect any fall party. The outer casing is made of plastic and has two buttons on the side, which are to raise or lower the volume. Furthermore, the top is the power switch off and on. The device has dimensions of 264.1 x 176.5 x 8.95 mm and has a weight of 550 grams.
The tablet features a five-megapixel rear camera and two-megapixel front, with which we can do more than decent for video calls or a selfies. However, it lacks flash, an option in low light we would have been especially well. Another fault I find in this is that the focus is fixed, because what we can not get too close to what we want to photograph. You also have the option of geolocation for your photos. It is also capable of recording videos with which we can capture the best moments in motion.
Moreover, the Lenovo A10 has two speakers Dolby Digital Plus on the front, featuring a more natural sound without distortion and without much noise. As for formats, the tablet is capable of playing the most basic, like other devices of its kind.
The Lenovo A10 has a processor MediaTek MTK8121 Quad Core 1.3 gigahertz. Its internal storage of 16 gigabytes or 32 gigabytes, to suit the user, and has a memory of one gigabyte RAM. With this capability we will have enough storage in several movies or files and so entertained on long journeys space. Although not one of the best chips on the market now, the performance is optimal for basic tasks. If, however, you will give the tablet a more intensive use, maybe you should choose another device.
The Lenovo A10 has a simple interface 4.2.2 Android-based Jelly Bean, a version of the operating system from Google of 2012. However, although it seems somewhat dated, the Chinese company has promised to release an update with superior software when it becomes available.
In terms of applications, thanks to its system Lenovo DOit, the user can share data with other terminals with Android without the need to connect to a network. This will prevent any malware attack and back safely from your contacts and message logs. In fact, at a time when it seems that we are not safe in the 2.0 world whatever we do, this kind of features is appreciated. Even, for extra protection, antivirus comes installed with Norton Mobile Security.
It also comes with some factory apps like communication system Skype or popular game Texas Poker. In addition, we can easily create documents with Evernote or check the weather with AccuWeather. Even if you plan to leave home with the car can use the Route 66 Navigate to show them the shortest route. If we still seem insufficient, we can always use Play Store to unburden all the apps you want.