- Bailey Stein , Android Authority
A fantastic media-consumption companion for those on a tight budget
- Adama D. Brown , TabletPCReview
A low-cost tablet that offers an adequate screen and decent performance packaged in a somewhat lack-luster design.
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Great sound on a tight budget
The Lenovo Tab 2 A8 is available for $130 for the 16 GB model, and currently, the only color option available is navy blue. That is an extremely impressive price tag, and there’s not a lot of devices at this price range of a similar caliber.
So there you have it for this closer look at the Lenovo Tab 2 A8! Lenovo has undoubtedly built a very solid tablet that goes beyond what its very budget-friendly price point would suggest. While not without its flaws, with its slower processor, the availability of just 1 GB of RAM, mediocre display, and bad camera, the Tab 2 does delive... Full review
Good performance, decent price
There’s nothing really wrong or bad about the Lenovo IdeaTab A8-50, but there’s also very little that distinguishes it from the pack. Its stand-out feature is its low price.
Asus’ MeMO Pad 8 boasts the same screen size with better performance and design, but generally sells for about $180. The A8, on the other hand, despite its $180 list price, is widely available for about $150.
And so the Lenovo A8-50 finds a bit of a middling place in the large repertoire of tablets under $200: It’s decent, and most people who would buy it are probably going... Full review
Good for reading with nice, simple design at a low price point
The Lenovo A8 has a decent, 8-inch HD display and a nice, simple design. The extra inch of screen real estate makes the A8 more appealing, but its slow processor and mediocre performance detracts from that good first impression.
If you are looking for a cheap tablet that can handle Web browsing, ebook reading, and other simple tasks, the A8’s $180 price is worth it. However, if you hate waiting for videos to load and need something zippy, you’d best look elsewhere.
Although Lenovo is marketing the A8 as a great bargain for buyers with a tight budget, it do... Full review
Affordable Android tablet with a nice display, long battery life and design
Good display and decent system performance
The Lenovo Tab A8 is an attractive choice for the budget-conscious buyer. Everyday performance is more than adequate and the battery life sufficient for a full day. The tablet is certainly not very exciting to look at, but the build quality is decent and the 8-inch IPS display with its vivid colors and good contrast is easy on the eyes. Sure, both the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 and the Apple iPad Mini Retina will outperform the Tab A8 on nearly every level - but both carry a price tag to match. The Google Nexus 7 has a higher-resolution display and a class-leading brightness, but lacks the... Full review
A solid inexpensive and portable Android tablet
Sacrifices sleek for cheap
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