Lenovo 10.1" IdeaTab With Keyboard: £199 for 16GB model and £249 for 32GB model
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Lenovo 10.1" IdeaTab With Keyboard: £199 for 16GB model and £249 for 32GB model

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Found 24th Oct 2013
Tablets seem to get a lot of fanfare here so I thought Id try and chip in with this deal. For a well spec'd tablet including a keyboard and delivery, I think its a pretty good price.

Description: Lightweight and slender, the Lenovo S2110 IdeaTab is a practical mobile companion. Movies or e-books can entertain from its 10.1" full HD ISD display, while Android 4.0 paired with the 5-point multi-touch screen allows for seamless use, and its multimedia specs are designed to provide enjoyable audio or visual experiences while on the go. SRS TruMedia Sound offers a rich bass response; a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera is on-hand for video chats, and a 5 megapixel rear camera comes equipped with autofocus and an LED flash. Motored by a 1.5GHz Qualcomm dual core processor, the 16GB or 32GB IdeaTab can play host to endless entertaining and useful apps, accessible via Google Play.

Review: reviews.cnet.com/tab…tml

Revew: engadget.com/201…ew/

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IdeaTab S2110A - Quite an old model, not particularly positive reviews; that Cnet guy reckons you shouldn't be paying more than $300, i.e. £185.46...
Edited by: "TacticalTimbo" 24th Oct 2013

Yes plus they advertise £199 and they tell you only £249 left - what a rip off.

Original Poster

Didnt realise that only the 32GB models are left. Thats pretty annoying. The 16GB model would have been a decent buy considering it comes with a keyboard.

Banned

Great buy. They both come with keyboard, if you read the title correctly. I confirmed it with Groupon, before placing my order. Hot !

Original Poster

The 16GB model is back in stock. Seriously considering snapping this up but awaiting on feedback from the more computer savvy members before making the purchase.

This is NOT as the blurb suggests a "full HD" display. The res is 1280x800 but it can drive an external 1080p display.

If it's anything to do with Groupon it's never going to be a genuine bargain. Is this an exception to the rule?

£170 on Amazon US site, hardly £400 is it silly Group on.

I'm waiting to see if the asus t100 for $400 will translate to £249+VAT. I'm not holding my breath, I reckon £349+VAT.

TacticalTimbo

IdeaTab S2110A - Quite an old model, not particularly positive reviews; … IdeaTab S2110A - Quite an old model, not particularly positive reviews; that Cnet guy reckons you shouldn't be paying more than $300, i.e. £185.46...

When you read a US article with $ amount , it is standard to use 1 US$= 1 £ rather than using the current exchange rate $/£.

splender

When you read a US article with $ amount , it is standard to use 1 US$= 1 … When you read a US article with $ amount , it is standard to use 1 US$= 1 £ rather than using the current exchange rate $/£.



Why is it that you can always count on replies being negative... This doesn't change anything, it's still a poor deal.

...and regardless of your standard, $300 is 185 quid; I'm not going to see it any other way, not because you want me too!

I trust you've bought 10 of these then, what with how great the deal is, and all!?
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