Lenovo Ideapad Tablets Price List in the Philippines May 2019
Latest Reviews for Lenovo Ideapad
Good Day! love to share this one because i have my own tablet this Lenovo Ideapad for the first time i had the best experience to this one. This one has a good camera and very nice when it comes on ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by Lady
- Date : Feb 2, 2017
Ang aking tablet ay ang simple lang naman ang design at ang display nito kaya ang galing nga naman kasi ang ganda sa kasimplehan nito. Medyo mabilis din naman ang processing speed kaya nakaka ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by Tobby Costarica
- Date : Sep 13, 2016
Ang design at display nitong tablet na ito ay simpleng-simple lang naman kaya ang ayos din naman nito. Ang processing speed din nito ay ang bilis naman masyado kaya mabilis din akong maka download ng ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by Mario Balingit
- Date : Jul 29, 2016
Latest Topics for Lenovo Ideapad
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About Lenovo Ideapad
Lenovo Ideapad tablets breathe new life in the crowded world of smart devices
Lenovo Ideapad first came into the market with the launch three laptop models in January 2008. The products were named the Y710, Y510 and U110, which were the first to bring widescreen, frameless screens, VeriFace facial recognition and touch controls that were somewhat ahead of its time. In the Philippines, Ideapad's tablet lineup arrived at a later date when Smartphones were quickly gaining popularity and people started preferring light weight devices to take care of their multimedia needs. Tablet,computers, then slowly started flooding the market as they offered features of a smartphone combined with the utility of laptops, only with lesser weight.
Features of Lenovo Ideapad tablets
Ideapad K1: This tablet measures at 264 x 189 x 13.3 mm in dimensions and weighs 750 grams. It has both 2G and 3G connectivity along with WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS and miniUSB v2.0 ports. It has a 10.1 inch touchscreen that can display up to 800 x 1280 pixels of resolution at 149 ppi, 1 GHz Dual-core Cortex-A9 processor, 1 GB of RAM and 16/32 GB of internal memory options. The primary camera is a 5 MP unit while the secondary is a 2 MP unit, in addition, there is LED flash and autofocus to aid camera functionalities.
Ideapad A1: This device weighs just 400 grams and measures 195 x 125 x 12 mm in dimensions. Powering it is a combination of 1 GHz Cortex-A8 processor, 512 MB RAM and 16 GB of internal memory upgradable to 32 GB using MicroSD. Cameras include 3.15 MP unit taking pictures at 2048 x 1536 pixels and a secondary VGA camera. This tablet comes preloaded with Android v2.3 OS with provision for an update to the latest OS in Philippines.
Ideapad A1000: This is an entry level tablet that has a 7.0 inch screen with maximum resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. It is powered 1.2 GHz dual-core MediaTek 8317 processor, 1 GB of RAM and 4 GB of internal memory upgradable to a maximum of 32 GB. Some additional features include WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, SIM support for network connectivity and 3500 mAh battery with life up to 8 hours.
Reasons for popularity in the Philippines
The Lenovo Thinkpad series claimed its rise to fame when laptops started losing its appeal as people wanted an even more compact device. Lenovo, being the world leaders in telecommunications and networking solutions, decided to capitalize on this opportunity and bring out a steady stream of light weight devices under their already existing "Thinkpad" lineup. There are so many varieties of tablet computers that an average customer would be spoiled for choice as to what would be the best for him, but that is what the company wanted. In the Philippines, Lenovo’s consistent efforts to satisfy customers brought them the much desired acclaim both from fans and critics.
Latest news in the Philippines
On June 30, 2015, Lenovo launched three models named Yoga 500, Yoga 300 and Yoga Z51 in Philippines. Much to the excitement and joy of the people who had gathered there, Lenovo revealed some features that include 360 degree rotation to the touchscreen. The z51 model, on the other hand, is a device that excels in multimedia applications such as video, gaming and listening to music. With these three additions to the Ideapad lineup, Lenovo hopes to impress people all over again.