IFA 2013: Lenovo Launches S5000 Thin and Light Seven-Inch Tablet

Subject: General Tech, Mobile | September 5, 2013 - 03:39 PM |
Tagged: tablet, s5000, Lenovo, ideatab, android 4.2

Today, Lenovo announced a new high end seven inch tablet called the IdeaTab S5000. The new tablet measures 7.9mm thick and weighs 246 grams (0.54”).

The chassis has a laser engraved “fabric feel” back cover finish and chrome accents on the side. A large 5” 1280 x 800 (350 nit) touchscreen display dominates the front of the device. A 1.8MP webcam sits above the display and a Lenovo logo is located below the display. The tablet also has a rear 5.0 MP camera.

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The IdeaTab S5000 is powered by a MediaTek 8389 SoC with a quad core CPU clocked at 1.2GHz and PowerVR™ Series5XT GPU, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD card), and a 3,450 mAh battery. The tablet is rated at 8 hours of continuous Wi-Fi web browsing or 6 hours of HD video playback. It has a OTG (On The Go) USB port allowing it to act as a host and connect to devices such as external storage. The S5000 can further be configured with HSPA+ 3G cellular connectivity.

The S5000 runs Android 4.2 and comes with Lenovo suite of customized smart apps for document and photo editing (among other things). The IdeaTab S5000 will be available in Q4 2013 for an as-yet-unannounced price.

Source: Lenovo

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September 5, 2013 | 06:45 PM - Posted by pdjblum

How can this compete with the nexus 7.2? It's specs are worse in every way. I bet it costs more too.

September 5, 2013 | 07:35 PM - Posted by willmore (not verified)

This can't even compete with the 2012 Nexus 7. Other than the uSD slot and the back side camera, this gets beat by the 2012 N7 in every aspect.

I, too, expect it to cost more than the N7--either of them.

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