Lenovo IdeaTab S2110A Series Tablet & Keyboard Dock Review
17 April 2014
Summary: With its workstation capabilities, is a tablet of this size worth the price tag or is it better to just get yourself an ultrabook or laptop for a little more? That is one decision you will have to make on your own, but if you are going for a tablet than this one does not disappoint.
Summary: The Lenovo IdeaTab S2110 may not be an entirely original or groundbreaking idea in the world of tablets (e.g. ASUS Eee Pad Transformer), but it’s one of the best executions of the concept we’ve seen so far.
Conclusion: When compared to other tablets on the market, the Lenovo IdeaTab S2110A is geared more to the business professional or student that is looking for an Android tablet to use while on-the-go, and have the benefit of a physical keyboard that can be easily added or removed at will.
Pros: Solid construction, Good performance with Snapdragon dual-core processor, Optional physical keyboard with extra battery power and SD card slot
Cons: Display isn’t good enough in this price range, Camera and video quality is lacking, Lacks any 4G connectivity
Summary: Thinnest in its category. The IdeaTab S2110 is one of the thinnest and lightest amongst its 10.1-inch peers, complete with a dual-core Qaulcomm CPU and even a docking station for keyboard and touchpad support.
Pros: Bright IPS display, Extremely thin and lightweight, Great for outdoor use, Classy looks and texture, Good battery life, Keyboard Dock support, The S2110 is a real eye candy with physical features that perfectly reflects its price point. Due to its extreme portability, thinness, bright IPS display...
Cons: Average build quality, Unimpressive UI performance and multi-tasking, Very slight input delays with Keybord Dock, Poor speakers, No SIM card or GPS support just yet, Card reader only available with optional Keyboard Dock, Increased system performance is a must for future iterations. Multi-tasking...
Conclusion: The Lenovo IdeaTab S2110 is Lenovo's best tablet yet. It's slim, light, has an unlocked GSM 3G option and a fast Qualcomm S4 CPU. The IPS display is warm and rich, making it a wonderful movie playback device and the keyboard dock--well, it's just superb.
Conclusion: The IdeaTab S2110 is the kind of tablet that looks good on paper, but doesn’t quite deliver once you get it into your hands. The main issue is the build quality of the hardware. We’re not completely against plastic construction, but the fact that the tablet literally bends and makes a noise if you...
Pros: Excellent display, Good battery life, Dock adds to productivity for a low price, Well-designed interface skin
Lenovo IdeaTab S2110 Review: Good Display, Bad Everything Else
1 October 2012
Excerpt: This post is part two of a two-part review of the IdeaTab A2109 and S2110. Accordingly, the intro and software sections apply here as well. For your convenience, I've copied them here.
There's no doubt the Android tablet market is heating up much like the phone market was a few years ago.