In a declaration, Lenovo said that the tablet, which weighs just 576 grams, is 0.83 centimeters thick.
It is the primary tablet, which Lenovo is shipping in the United States market that comprises Google’s most recent Android 4.0 operating system.
The tablet is launched for amusement, Lenovo added up.
The newly launched tablet plays 720p high-definition video recording on its marvelous screen, but can run 1080p video on TVs linked through the HDMI (high-definition multimedia interface) port.
The tablet consists of a double-core Texas Instruments OMAP 4430 chip along with a clock-speed of 1 gigacycle per second.
The S2109 will vie with tablets optimized for leisure content and apps comprising Apple’s iPad and Asus’ Transformer Pad 300 (TF300) that feature a quad-core chip and is valued near $379.
“The IdeaTab S2109 tablet is an entertainment maven’s dream device,” Lenovo exec Yao Li stated in a report.
‘A full-featured tablet with Android 4.0 capability and a high-resolution display – not bad for a tab under 400 bucks. Of course, as Agam Shah notes over at IDG, the IdeaTab S2109 – seriously, they couldn’t come up with a jazzier name than that? – has at least one major competitor in its own price class: The $379, quad-core Transformer Pad 300, from Asus,’ Yao added up.
All purpose tablets with double-core central processing units below $400 that ship at the moment are mostly capable of addressing 1080p video recording, but contain lower resolution screens.
The S2109 provides 10 hours of battery life when utilized for video as well as net surfing, Lenovo added up.
The device comes packed with 1 gigabyte of random access memory and up to 32 gigabyte storage capacitance.
In addition, storage can be amplified by the use of micro-USB and micro-SD card slots.
The tablet also comes with a 1.3-megapixel web camera.
Moreover, the users will also get access to application stores from Lenovo as well as Google.
The tablet is obtainable in the United States, but the company did not respond to request for remark on international accessibility.
The company also presents a variety of tablets, which consists of the IdeaPad and ThinkPad tablets.
The models will be available with earlier versions of Android but Lenovo has guaranteed over-the-air upgrades to Android 4.0.