Even swamped with work and running out of ID codes, the federal Communications Commission managed to test the Lenovo IdeaTab 2110 tablet.
Getting the FCC's approval always means that a product is just days or weeks away from being formally launched, with few exceptions.
That means that we don't have much longer to wait for the IdeaTab 2110
. That’s a good thing, because the 10.1-inch Android 4.0 tablet definitely seems like a sweet deal, assuming the price turns out to be approachable.
As a reminder, the slate relies on 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon 8x60A or 8960 CPU, 64 GB storage, an 1,280 x 720 LED-backlit IPS LCD, 3G, micro HDMI, 1 GB RAM, two cameras (1.3 mp front, 5 mp back), USB 2.0, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.
All the hardware runs on a battery that can last for up to 9 hours on a single charge.