Looks like AT&T has decided to celebrate the end of the week with a new addition to its tablet lineup. The big blue carrier announced today that it's launching the Lenovo IdeaTab A2107, a 7-inch tablet that we first saw at IFA in August of 2012. The IdeaTab A2107 is an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich slate that features a 1024x600 display, 1GHz MediaTek 6575 processor, 3-megapixel rear/VGA front cameras and a 3,550mAh battery. It comes with 16GB of storage out of the box, but there's also a microSD slot that accepts cards up to 32GB in size so that owners can add more memory if necessary.
As far as pricing goes, Lenovo's IdeaTab A2107 is currently available from AT&T's website for just $199.99 without a contract. Any customers that'd like to shave some cash off of that price can do so by signing up for a two-year data contract with the A2107, which will knock the tablet's price down to just $99.99. Those aren't bad prices for someone in the market for a cheap Android tablet with built-in wireless connectivity, though the fact that the A2107 is running ICS may be a bit of a bummer to some. If you don't really care about that and just want a low-cost slate for on the go web browsing, the A2107 can be found in AT&T's online shop by clicking right here.