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expired Lenovo IdeaPad K1 32GB (Tegra2, 10.1" Android Tablet) - $349 with Coupon Code

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Lenovo IdeaPad K1 32GB (Tegra2, 10.1" Android Tablet) - $349 with Coupon CodeAffiliate
TABLETFASTAFF0212

Lenovo's first generation Android tablets are now in run-out mode. Use coupon code TABLETFASTAFF0212 at check out to bring the price of IdeaPad K1 from $449 to $349. It's specification:

  • NVIDIA Tegra 2 1GHz
  • 1GB RAM
  • 32GB onboard storage
  • Android 3.1

Similar spec comparing to Xoom, Iconia A500, Transformer TF101. etc. It is Wi-Fi only.

The same coupon code also gets some discount on their ThinkPad tablets, although those are more business focused (i.e. more expensive for no extra goodies not relevant to most people).

  • ThinkPad Tablet (WiFI + 3G) 16GB - (1838RZ1). RRP: $729 Now: $619 with eCoupon
  • ThinkPad Tablet (WiFi + 3G) 32GB - (1838RY9). RRP: $839 Now: $713 with eCoupon
  • ThinkPad Tablet (WiFi + 3G) 64GB - (1838RY8). RRP: $939 Now: $798 with eCoupon

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    Very decent prices.

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    Anyone know whether this is going to be updated to ICS?

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      lenovo might say in 2012, but who knows, better not to be Dec 2012

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      don't hold your breath…

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    750g is a deal-breaker for me (yes, I'm weak) :(

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      Then consider the Samsung Tab 7.7 which is ~350g. You'll have to pay more though, but it's a faster unit.

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    Cutting-edge Android 3.1 Honeycomb platform — optimized for tablets

    False advertising - "cutting edge" is 4.0 and only ICS is "optimized for tablets". No wonder they want to get rid of them.

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      I honestly don't have a huge knowledge of Android releases for tablets - but wasn't Android 3.x only for tablets? Hence - optimized for tablets? I thought ICS was for cell phones and tablets?

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        You're right, but it's just a matter of semantics.
        Honeycomb was the first (ala. v1.0) major version of android to support tablets. Practically, can v1.0 of anything be considered "optimised" version of anything?

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    Thanks for the coupon.

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    I've used these and given it's +600gm for an iPad so 750gm is not a huge amount heavier… but you do notice it. Overall not a bad unit, just feels a little plasticy and cheap. Compared with a generic chinese android tablet, it's really good. For the RRP it was too much. But for $349 it's a pretty good deal if you don't have the little extra money available to get something better.

    A review is here: http://www.techradar.com/reviews/pc-mac/tablets/lenovo-ideap...

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    vendor had one at work this week and I had a quick look at it, seemed to be of good build quality. I have ipad2s and I didnt think this was heavy compared to that. Whilst im not a fan of Android for $350 and its 32gig plus a name brand all I can say is wow

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    Why the 3G model costs more than double ?