Lenovo IdeaPad K1 Tablet Review: Rising Above the Android Tablet Fray

At a Glance

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  • Lenovo IdeaPad K1 13042QU Tablet Computer
    3.5/5

    The IdeaPad K1 makes a strong case for itself with its usability enhancements and snappy design. The inaccessibility of the microSD card slot, the poor speakers, and the tablet's relative heft are all...

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At a Glance

The IdeaPad K1 makes a strong case for itself with its usability enhancements and snappy design. The inaccessibility of the microSD card slot, the poor speakers, and the tablet's relative heft are all drawbacks, but may be minor inconveniences given the value you get with its useful preloaded apps and 32GB of storage for $500.

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Pros

  • Useful interface enhancements to Android 3.x
  • Stylish design

Cons

  • Among the larger and heavier tablets
  • Speakers produce thin, tinny audio
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