Last week, Lenovo took to YouTube to unveil its first ICS-based tablet. The new tablet sports a 9.7-inch, IPS screen with a 4:3 aspect ratio and an iPad 2-matching resolution of 1,024×768 pixels. This obviously falls short of the new iPad’s 2,048×1,536-pixel resolution and even most Android tablets, which usually top out at 1,280×800 pixels.
The S2109 includes Micro-USB, a microSD card slot, and a single 1.3-megapixel front camera. However, say what you will about its unibody design, 8.9mm thickness, or its purported 10-hour battery life; the most intriguing detail has to be its inclusion of quad speakers on the back.
All tablets include speakers — usually one or two — but by featuring four, Lenovo is kind of raising my expectations of what I should expect from the tablet’s audio capabilities. more
Originally posted at Android Atlas
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