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AT&T Adds Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 to Tablet Lineup for $200 Off Contract


This morning, AT&T has announced the addition of Lenovo’s new IdeaTab A2107 to their tablet lineup. Off contract, AT&T will be offering the device for just $200, but even that price still can’t match up to the Nexus 7 in terms of specs. With a lower resolution, weaker processor, and only Android 4.0, you will be picking this tablet up only if you’re in serious need of a data connection. 

If you feel like knocking another $100 off that price though, you can put it on a new two year agreement and get it for just $99. Here is the full list of specs.


  • Android 4.0
  • 7″ 1024 x 600 display
  • 1GHz A9 processor
  • 1GB of RAM
  • 10 hours of battery life
  • Expandable memory

You can go ahead and pick up the device now on a new connection or add it to an already existing plan for just $10 a month.

Via: AT&T

  • These were relevant back when the original xoom came out…not so much anymore

  • zach wheeler

    So I’m new to all this smartphone technology. Can’t I just buy a Nexus 7 (which seems like a better device) and use the tether feature with my Galaxy S3 to get mobile internet with Verizon? Is that a free option with the GS3? Then I skip the extra $10 a month right?

    • picaso86

      Yes, you can. This is not a good deal at all.

      Welcome to the best community – Droid-Life!!!

    • Brent Cooper

      You can do that. If you download the FoxFi app it will work. I have my nexus7 and do that. Btw the N7 is a great device!

    • Derek Duncan

      Well, this tablet is $200 with hspa connection. So It’s a bit cheaper than the N7 hspa.

  • Derek Duncan

    so, LTE?