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They'll be available starting in May 2014

A new army of Android tablets has arrived as Lenovo just announced its A-series lineup. 
 
Lenovo has introduced three new members in the A-series of Android tablets, including the wallet-friendly TAB A7-50/TAB A7-40, the entertainment-heavy TAB A8 and the full-featured TAB A10. 
 
The TAB A7-50 is touted as a multimedia reader that's also easy on the wallet. It features a 7-inch, wide-view HD display, a quad-core processor, a 2MP front-facing camera and a 5MP rear-facing camera. 
 
It's also available as the TAB A7-40, which comes in a shade of ebony and has 8GB capacity with a front-facing camera only.
 
Both the A7-40 and A7-50 will be available in May 2014 starting at $129 USD.
 

TAB A7-50

The TAB A8 is more of an entertainment hub, offering an 8-inch HD display plus Dolby audio and a responsive quad-core processor. It's specifically geared toward gaming, listening to music, watching videos and socializing. 

The A8 comes in midnight blue and will be available starting in May 2014 for $179 USD. 
 

TAB A8

The powerhouse TAB A10 is more versatile, combining the TAB A7-50 and TAB A8's capabilities and offering on-the-go productivity. It sports a 10.1-inch HD screen and is less than 9mm thick, making it lightweight for travel. Users can watch movies in “Stand” mode, connect to an optional Bluetooth keyboard for productivity, and also engage in reading, videos, socializing, Web browsing, etc. 

You can pick up an A10 in May 2014 starting at $249 without the keyboard and $299 with it. 
 

TAB A10

“Lenovo’s latest A-series tablet family is designed to meet the demands of today’s young, active users who are always on the go, and have lifestyle requirements that are as diverse as their own personalities," said Shao Tao, vice president Lenovo and head of Mobile BU. 

"With these latest additions to our tablet portfolio, we’ve introduced devices that speaks directly to each consumer’s habits, whether it’s enjoying music, reading e-books or watching videos on the go. Our Android family of tablets will appeal to users around the world as we’ve built our products to be highly flexible to serve multiple needs and budgets.”

Source: Lenovo



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