Photo - Three Malaysian models show the Lenovo A3000, S6000, and A1000 tablets.
Computer firm Lenovo has launched a new range of Android tablets in Malaysia, which offer different form factors and configurations to suit a range of consumer needs.
Lenovo Malaysia country general manager Khoo Hung Chuan said the customer needs for both ultra-portable tablets and multimedia performers have been taken into account.
Khoo said the range starts with two new A-series tablets, seven-inch devices, "designed for optimal mobility while still packing a performance punch."
He said the A1000 targets first-time tablet buyers and includes enhanced audio, while the A3000 offers quad-core processing for speedy performance whether for gaming or web-browsing.
Lenovo also announced the new 10-inch S6000 with extended I/O options, a large screen and a slim profile. "Lenovo is best positioned to win in the PC Plus era," said Khoo. "Not only have we successfully become the world's largest PC vendor, Lenovo shipped more tablets and smartphones than PCs in the same quarter, another first for Lenovo."
"While Lenovo is fully committed to the PC space, we are driving growth and innovation by expanding organically into new form factors and device categories like our latest Android tablet family which is designed to meet the demands of a wide range of customers, particularly young, active users who are always on the go, and have adopted the seven-inch form factor as their own," he said.
"With these latest additions to our tablet portfolio, we've created devices that address these customers' needs, as well as devices for more demanding gamers and multimedia users," said Khoo.
Photo - Flanked by Malaysian models (second from left) Khoo Hung Chuan, Country General Manager, Lenovo Malaysia holding the Lenovo S6000 Tablet; and Jimmy Chin, Consumer Segment Lead for Lenovo Malaysia, holding the Lenovo A3000 Tablet.
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