Looks like the companies all around the world are in a tech-inspired trance. Everybody from Apple to Microsoft has either already launched new products, or is readying an impressive line-up for 2012. The latest one to join this growing list is Lenovo. This Chinese IT and electronics major has launched three new Android 4.0 tablets. Each of the 7, 9 and 10.1 inch IdeaTab comes loaded with such powerful specifications that will not fail to wow the gadget lovers of the world. The first, and the smallest, in terms of size, is the IdeaTab A2107. With a 1GHz dual-core ARM cortex A9 processor powering this 7” tablet, which sports a 1280X600 resolution, you can be sure its a definite gem. This dual-sim tablet also has front and rear cameras, an FM tuner, and an optional 3G radio. It will also include a Micro-USB port and microSD card slot. To be offered in 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB variants, the little one is expected to be out by November.
IdeaTab A2109, i.e. the 9” tablet of the series, is obviously slightly bigger and better. Not only does it use an Nvidia quadra-core Tegra 3 processor and a 1GB RAM, the resolution configuration has also gone up to 1280X800. In addition to A2107's Micro-USB port and microSD card slot, it also packs a micro HDMI port. This one will be available in 8GB and 16GB variants and will cost $299.
The last one one the list is the biggest tab of the series, i.e. the 10.1” IdeaTab S2110. This one has a 1280X800 IPS display and multi-touch support. This slate is powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor and 1GB of RAM. But that's not all. It also brags of a 5MP rear camera with 720p HD video abilities. And though it sports both micro-USB and micro-HDMI ports, the SD card slot is missing. But given its 16GB and 32GB storage options, the slot won't really be missed. However, the USP of this monster is the optional keyboard dock that doubles its standalone battery life to 20 hours. It sports 2 USB ports, an SD card reader, and a touchpad with mouse buttons. The standard variant is priced at $399, but will cost an extra $100 if you opt for the dock.
Though there is no confirmed news about the Indian launch of these lucrative tablets, they are expected to hit the Indian market soon after its launch in the international market. Until then, Indians will have to make peace with the availability of only three Lenovo tablets, i.e. the IdeaPad K1, ThinkPad, and IdeaPad A1.