Asus might be currently sitting pretty and reporting 1 million Nexus 7 tablet’s sold each month, but with the iPad mini and now the new Lenovo Le Pad A2207 on their way they could see those impressive figures drop!
The Lenovo Le Pad A2207 has received a few upgrades since it was first shown off a few months ago, but the overall design has stayed pretty much unchanged.
Under the 7 inch 1024 x 500 screen (which offers a 16:9 aspect ratio) the little Lenovo is running a dual-core MTK8377 CPU which boasts 3G support and is said to give the A2207 a performance boost.
What’s more surprising is the Lenovo Le Pad A2207 even offers dual-sim standby! Making it one of the only 7 inch 3G tablets on the market to do so!
2 models of the Le Pad A2207 will go on sale with a 4GB dual-core model retailing for 1299 Yuan ($208) and the 16GB version costing slightly more at 1499 Yuan ($240) both are said to offer 350 hours of standby time and will be available in a range of colours.