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Great value tablet,
This review is from: Lenovo S6000 10.1-inch Tablet (Black) - (Quad Core 1.2GHz Processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB eMMC, WLAN, BT, 2x camera, Android 4.2) (Personal Computers)
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The S6000 is a very good value tablet that handles most everyday task absolutely fine. Though how relevant it remains in the face of stiff competition from the likes of Amazon Kindle Fire's is questionable.
First off, it is very nicely made. It feels solid in hand yet light. It looks nice and comes bundled with the necessary cable and charging adaptor. Setup was a breeze and I already have a google account so I was up and running quite quickly.
Being a ten inch screen it has plenty of real estate for browsing/watching videos and being an IPS panel I found it both crisp and nice to look at.
Whilst not the cutting edge it is a quad core machine and handles web/apps and video with ease.
On the storage front it has 16 gb which should be enough, but should you start wanting to stick a load of vids/music etc on it the storage can be expanded by micro sd. There's also micro hdmi for hooking it up to a big screen.
It has front and rear cameras. The rear 5mp snapper didn't exactly blow me away, and it really struggled in low light. But to be fair I didn't expect much from it. The front camera was plenty for skype which the tablet handled nicely.
Once setup it prompted me to do a firmware upgrade which subsequently wiped my settings. Once re-entered it again found two more updates but they didn't interfere with my settings/installed programmes.
This was my first foray with Android having been an iOS user for some time and I must say I'm not a fan. Though what didn't help is Lenovo's customisations which I felt were unnecessary. I think if you could put stock Android on it, it would be a much nicer experience.
Overall I do think it is a good tablet at a great price. How much longer it stays relevant in the face of such stiff competition though is anyone's guess. Anyone looking for an above average tablet at a great price would do well with this.
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Initial post: 17 Jan 2014 18:45:57 GMT
K. Smith says:
Helpful review Andrew. Please what is iOS and IPS panel please
In reply to an earlier post on 19 Jan 2014 10:01:29 GMT
Hi Keith, thank you for the feedback.
iOS is the operating system used on Apple iPhones/iPads etc
IPS (In Plane Switching) panels are a type of LCD panel that produces a clearer higher quality image with a load of benefits over the older TN type panels still used in a lot of devices.
In reply to an earlier post on 19 Jan 2014 15:30:15 GMT
K. Smith says:
Thanks for your help Andrew.
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