Summary: Tablet runs very slow. Sometimes freezes up all together. Would not purchase this brand again. If your looking for a tablet check others before getting this. Should be a last resort or may be good for just listening to music. On a scale of 1-10 I would give it a 1 or 2.
Summary: I brought this tablet for around $60. It is very slow. I thought it would be good for reading email and have the ability to add more apps. It can add more apps-my other tablet is a Kindle,but I can't add a sd card-no slot. Reading email is painful-very slow!
Summary: I bought this tablet for my girlfriends little 6 year old girl so she would be able to read and play her games on it. PROS: - works for very simple things - compact - good sound quality - feels sturdy Cons - screen has an awkward viewing angle that blanks out when you turn it in one direction but...
Summary: This tablet is really horrible! I honestly saw the price and I was drawn into it...then the Lenovo brand...so I believed Lenovo most likely wouldn't make a bad tablet...so I ordered it. The tablet's screen brightness is very very low and the color is faded.
Summary: I purchased two of these for Christmas presents, one for a seven year old, and another for a middle aged woman. After teaching them the basics and setting the default settings, they were able to figure out how to use it relatively quickly. The tablet is good, but it didn't stay that way.
Summary: Ordered just before x-mas 2012. Arrived promptly. Performance is kinda sluggish, but not terrible. Worked ok until May. In may it just would not turn on at all. called Lenovo tech.support, was advised to send the tablet to them. Repair time was promised not to exceed 2 weeks after received date.
"Meh." It works. Would be four stars if Lenovo actually kept the software up-to-date.
Riskable "riskable", Amazon
25 March 2013
Summary: I bought this for my 5-year-old son for Christmas primarily as a gaming device. So now it is three months later and time for a review... He loves it, of course. Gets more use than any other "toy" we've ever given him (Legos and his bike are close).
Summary: I bought the Lenovo A2107 for my daughter for Christmas. I also bought the 2nd generation Kindle Fire for my other daughter for Christmas. Both claim to have 8GB storage. Plus the Lenovo has a card slot. So I put in a 32GB card.
Summary: I've been shopping around for an affordable well built 7" Android tablet as a gift. I was excited when I found the Lenovo A2107 for just $145 - on paper it looks like a great value tablet complete with dual cameras, microSD card slot (very important), GPS, bluetooth, and 8hr battery life.