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Lenovo launches three new Android tablets

Lenovo has announced a trio of tablets for 2013, two seven-inch and one 10-inch devices.

The flagship of the set is the 10-inch S6000, billed as a “home entertainment centre”. Running from a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, the tablet features a 1,280 x 800 display, a wide 178-degree viewing angle, micro HDMI port and digital microphone.

The S6000 also comes with optional HSPA+ and a battery life that allows for over eight hours of continuous Wi-Fi web browsing. The device is also super slim (8.6mm) and light (560g).

As for the first of the seven-inch devices, the A3000 sits at the mid-market while the A1000 comes in at the lower budget end.

The A3000 sports a 1.2GHz quad-core, MTK processor and an IPS 1024×600 screen. The device weighs in at less than 340g and is only 11mm thick. The device’s storage can be increase to 64GB with the external micro-SD card. It is available with Wi-Fi or option 3G HSPA+ connectivity.

The A1000 features a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and has on-board storage of up to 16GB, extendable to 32GB with a micro-SD slot. It also comes with Dolby Digital Plus integrated into the device and large, front-facing speakers.

All the tablets will come with Android Jelly Bean installed as well as Lenovo Mobile Access to help users get connected quickly. Lenovo is vague with the pricing of all three tablets but it said that it is likely to range from €129 (£112) to €299 (£261) depending on model and specs.

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