Hands-on with Lenovo’s new Android tablets at IFA 2012

We take a quick look at Lenovo’s new 7, 9 and 10-inch Android tablets at IFA 2012.

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13 thoughts on “Hands-on with Lenovo’s new Android tablets at IFA 2012

  1. Well at least Google intended the launcher from Honeycomb onwards to have no options menu. There aren't really many settings in the stock launcher, and that's why custom launchers exist. And you see, Apex has no options menu either. Custom ROMs let you change the settings in the system settings.
    And my opinion is that Lenovo is doing Android wrong, from the perspective of Google's design.
    Does it suck? It's your and my personal opinions, which I don't think it's idiotic.

  2. due to the idiotic claim you posted!
    no app should be menuless, especially not a launcher!
    that is the reason why all the stock launcher sucks so badly. since they don't give the user a menu option. for stuff like: transition animation selection, row and coll amount etc…

  3. Will Lenovo ever make a tablet or phone to lead the market? While Im sure these are perfectly good tablets, it just seems like another round of uninspired Android Tablets. Where is the differentiating factor between this and tablet xyz.

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