Lenovo IdeaTab A1000 Review
Yes, there’s a camera on board with this, but it’s only a front facing VGA one. Strange to say, the camera app boasts a few different shooting modes and controls, like exposure control and white balance. Needless to say, it seems irrelevant seeing that its quality is only good enough for video chatting services and nothing more.
Out of the box, the preloaded music player is Google’s own Google Play Music app, which lays claim to the same functions and features found on any other Android tablet. With two front-firing speakers on board, we’ll say that its output is certainly loud, but at the loudest volume, it lacks a commanding presence with its quality. In fact, there’s a bit of sharpness that comes off as unpleasant to the ear.
More than equipped to play high definition videos, which is evident by its smooth playback, we wouldn’t necessarily say that the IdeaTab A1000 is the most ideal thing to use for watching videos. Mainly due to its low quality display, it doesn’t make for the best experience.