Deal Alert: Lenovo's New IdeaPad S2109 Tablet 20% Off With Coupon Code

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  1. dgstorm

    dgstorm Editor in Chief Staff Member

    Jan 5, 2011
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    The Android tablet market has become such a crowded field, it's hard to make a decision sometimes between competing products. Sometimes, going with the best deal will satisfy most users, and this deal might just fit that bill. in conjunction with Lenovo is offering a 20% off coupon to snap up the new Lenovo IdeaPad S2109. This brings the high-powered tablet to an astounding price of just $311.20 with free shipping! This tablet may be a bit "late on arrival", but that doesn't make it just some "also-ran" third party throw away either. This puppy has some serious specs, which makes this deal even more impressive. Here are the specs in case you missed our past articles:
    • 9.7-inch IPS panel (1024×768 res)
    • Dual-core 1GHz Cortex A9 and 1GB LPDDR2 RAM
    • Lenovo’s customized version of Android 4.0/Ice Cream Sandwich
    • Wireless-N
    • Bluetooth
    • A microSD card slot
    • A micro-HDMI video
    • A micro-USB port
    • Four speakers using SRS Sound technology
    • 8GB of storage (for this special offer, but 16GB and 32GB models are available)
    • 1.3MP HD front camera
    • Access to Google Play Store & Lenovo's App Shop
    This is a pretty good deal on a pretty stout tablet, especially when you consider Lenovo's award winning quality. Hit up the source link below to grab yours with the coupon code.

    Source: LogicBuy
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  2. yann2

    yann2 Senior Member

    Jan 24, 2012
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    Ontario, Canada
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    Le Pan TC970, Archos 101, Palm Pre2 webOS, HP Touchpad
    That is a nice deal, from a major vendor, we can expect better support than from small brands. Good deal. Thanks, dgstorm. ;)
  3. f2racer

    f2racer Member

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    If support is anything like with their K1, stay away. They discontinued/orphaned that product less than a year after introduction. They initially promised ICS, then said, and now say that they will release a "vanilla" ICS non-OTA. And you still can't get the USB host cable for that tablet.

    I own a K1 (bought at Staples when they were on clearance), it's a nice tablet, but support is nonexistent.

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