This 10.1-inch tablet has a 720p screen and a mystery price. Is it worth your time?
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Hello on the respect yet -- mobile congress in Barcelona. We're taking a look at the Lenovo -- found -- at ten point one inch tablets. Our -- this is a fairly basic Android tablet that's ten point one inch screen has -- 720. Which looks pretty good and inside there's -- -- global point TP -- has price SF which keeps everything running with. A -- snapped around the sides -- -- street is a micro HDMI both. Which means you go to put this -- about UTV and explore what's going on of the screen site and -- -- videos play movies stuff hoping he'd downloaded from Google play on the big screen. It's also -- micro SD card they can expand its available storage. It weighs about 560. Grams and is about eight point six millimeters thick which means not it is quite -- and it definitely feels. Quite thin and lights in my hands. NASA does it does feel a little bit plasticky side there is not afraid of being made that -- doesn't feel quite as looked serious as say the iPad. Around the back is a five megapixel camera. And there's a front facing camera as well we should have -- when you want to make some vehicles. It's running Android version full -- jelly -- which is a very recent version of Google's mobile operating system. -- coming out like this -- I think basically it's old gonna come down to pricing. If this is a lot cheaper than equivalent size devices like the -- don't say Samsung's galaxy note ten point one. That he could be -- that the device -- -- expensive and it would be much reason Obama. On the -- great CNET and this is -- the -- -- had 6000.
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