Unboxing the $499 Lenovo IdeaPad S2110 and keyboard docking station [video]

August 2, 2012
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    The Nexus 7 may rule the Android tablet world for now, but we haven’t forgotten about a Lenovo gem that was just released a week ago. Packing better specs than most, the Lenovo IdeaPad S2110 also comes with an optional keyboard dock – making the combo a more than able replacement for a  laptop. And just look at the price that Lenovo is currently selling the tablet for – someone’s clearly want to impress its customers.

    You have been wowed by the specs and price tag, now let’s top off the excitement with some unboxing video of the IdeaPad S2110, done by the folks at Lenovo themselves.

    Don’t be fooled by the ultra-minimalist packaging, because what counts the most is the inside (or so we’re told). Feast your eyes on the stylish tab and its 10.1-inch HD IPS display. This model obviously comes with the docking station, as you can see on the video. We like how you can attach the tablet to the keyboard dock, secure the hatch, and fold it down, practically turning it into a netbook.

    And because we dig the specs, here they are again: dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB/32GB onboard storage, 5MP rear camera with autofocus and LED flash, 1.3MP front camera, Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi b/g/n, GPS, and micro HDMI port. No Jelly Bean here just yet, as it is shipping with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. As for the keyboard dock, it comes with two USB ports, 3-in-1 SD card reader, and its own battery.

    Check out the embedded video to know what $499 – if you decide to opt for the 16GB model of the IdeaPad S2110 tablet and keyboard dock combo – can get you. The 32GB model of the tablet plus keyboard will cost $529. They will all be ready to ship later in the month.

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    • Perry Ahern

      I don’t get it. They discussed its stats but they never turned it on to demonstrate what those stats amount to in practical use? Why bother making an 8.5 minute video about a tablet that you never turn on? Viewers want an actual demonstration, not two guys talking about a product that they’re not actually using.

      On another note, why aren’t Apple’s lawyers involved yet? White box displaying the device, which is rectangular with rounded corners, flat glass front, no ornamentation, dark bezel… Clearly this is an iPad copy. Release the hounds! /sarcasm

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