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Lenovo Tab 2 A7-20

Lenovo Tab 2 A7-20

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    Ben T

    Ben TMelbourne

    • 4 reviews

    Disappointing tablet, even for the price

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    The tablet is slow, especially in the first 20-30 minutes after starting up. It struggles with mid-level games and multitasking, running hot and lagging. The battery life is average for a tablet of this size and price range. Due to the larger screen size compared to a phone, battery would be expected to run down fairly rapidly. Unfortunately, it is also rather slow-charging.

    Date PurchasedNov 2016
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    lee

    leebrisbane

    • 2 reviews

    great tablet for under $100!

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    I had compared the Lenovo side by side with a samsung tablet that cost 2 1/2 times the price. The Lenovo's colours if anything were better and the speed (again using same internet connection) was equal. The size is great to carry around and perfect for travelling to get online. As it is only a 7 inch it of course is not as easy typing and won't be good for any lengthy film viewing but for the size and price tradeoff, it works great.

    Date PurchasedApr 2016
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    mup

    mupSydney

    • 2 reviews

    Battery doesnt charge anymore

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    Used it only for 11 months , cannot charge it anymore , the product was mainly used for my daughter to watch cartoon etc, when we traveled..
    item is good , but it doesnt charge anymore, we paid $97, value for money .but need to know how we can change the battery

    Date PurchasedDec 2015
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    kabanaki

    kabanaki

    • 4 reviews
    • 2 likes

    worked well while it lasted

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    Had this tablet for 12 months and worked well. Watching movies, surfing the net. Facebook, email etc etc. Then all of a sudden it didn't start to charge correctly. Charged for 7 hours for only 17% charge. A bit disappointing. Will have to dispose of it very soon. Because no battery = no use.

    Date PurchasedOct 2015
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    pizzalover

    pizzaloverGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC

    • 23 reviews
    • 9 likes

    could not play games

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    i couldn't get any of the games from Google Play as it wasn't compatible for some reason. I use Android tablets it to play Hay Day, Simpsons Tapped Out, Family Guy the Quest for Stuff etc, and none of those would load from Google Play on this model. Apart from that it was pretty good, if you just want it for email, websites, video, music etc but not games then it is a well functioning model with a good display in comparison to other cheapo tablets on the market.

    Date PurchasedMay 2015
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    Norman S. Concrete

    Norman S. Concrete

    • 2 reviews
    • 12 likes

    Fantastic Value for Money

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    Date PurchasedAug 2016
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    modok

    modokQueensland

    • 4 reviews
    • 4 likes

    Excellent, low-cost device

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    Paul

    PaulGawler, SA

    • 2 reviews
    • 2 likes

    Good cheap 7 inch tablet

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    I pick up this tablet for $97 from Officeworks to replace an older much more expensive Samsung. So far proved great for email, web browsing & music streaming. Haven't tried the cameras (this model has front and rear) but I've never used a tablet much for photos so if doesn't matter.
    For the price don't expect high end specs but for me using it to check emails while sitting on the couch with IHeart Radio streaming to my Bluetooth speakers it hits the spot.
    I'd recommend it it that's what you want a tablet for.

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    Questions & Answers

    seashells

    seashellsasked

    Tab 2 A7-20

    what battery percentage should it be on before I factory data reset it?

    2 answers
    Wilfred v
    Wilfred v

    It takes a while for factory reset so It is best probably to have it plugged in and charging but on battery 60 to 70% should be more than enough

    seashells
    seashells

    thank you Wilfred

    mup

    mupasked

    Tab 2 A7-20

    LENOVO TAB 2 A7-20 battery doesnt charge now what can i do/ is it worth it to replace the battery ?

    3 answers

    Are you sure it's the battery? I have had charging problems several times, but in each instance it was caused by some fault with the USB cable. It's the first place I'd look. The Micro USB end of the cable has to fit snugly into the Micro USB port for the tablet to charge. You will know it isn't fitting properly because the tablet will, or should, depending on your settings, vibrate repeatedly when you move the plugged in tablet. Plugged in, charging. Not plugged in, battery. Plugged in, charging. Not plugged in, battery. You get the idea. I use a 2 metre Energizer USB cable for my tablet and the Micro USB fits very snugly. You can get these for twenty bucks at Woolworths.

    But if it really is the battery then no, I don't think it's worth replacing. The tablet retails for a hundred bucks, a battery could cost twenty to thirty, and to have someone pull the back off the thing and replace it may set you back fifty to seventy. I'd drop it off for recycling and buy another.

    mup
    mup

    Thanks.yes I double checked the USB and it does work on other items.I tried using another micro USB and nothing happens. I agree it's not worth it to get the battery replaced because it needs to be heated and removed and labour charges will b high. Thanks for your reply appriciate that.

    mup
    mup

    Thanks.yes I double checked the USB and it does work on other items.I tried using another micro USB and nothing happens. I agree it's not worth it to get the battery replaced because it needs to be heated and removed and labour charges will b high. Thanks for your reply appriciate that.

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    Lenovo Tab 2 A7-20

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    CategoryTablets
    Price (RRP) $99.00
    Manufacturer Warranty1 year(s)
    Replaced byLenovo Tab 3 A7
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