Conclusion: It might be possible to put together a decent tablet at this price. Unfortunately, no company has yet proved this to be true. The IdeaTab A1000’s general specs aren’t so different from the original Nexus 7 or the Memo Pad HD, but the A1000 is a poor tablet user experience, rendering the low price a...
Pros: Loud front-facing speakers, UI skin isn't too extensive, Decent battery life
Cons: Low-res screen with poor viewing angles, Little room for apps and data, Slightly sluggish performance, Mediocre front camera
Conclusion: Dirt cheap Android tablets are in abundance, but after the recent Google Nexus 7 , it reestablished what it means to be a fantastic budget offering – while at the same time, set the bar higher for everyone else too.
Pros: Dirt Cheap, Good battery life
Cons: Sluggish performance, Low quality display, Heavy in weight, Bland design
Excerpt: The Lenovo IdeaTab A1000 looks like a good entry level tablet for people who do not want to spend a lot of money but want something that is portable and has the same basic functionalities as other tablets.