Android tablets are far from dead as OEM’s continue to release new and updated versions of them. Lenovo is the latest to release a new batch of Android tablets and we have the skinny here for you to read.
Lenovo says this new lineup is built for sharing and entertainment with the entire family. The lineup includes the Tab E7, Tab E8, Tab E10 and two new “premium” offerings. The Tab M10 and Tab P10.
This new line of Android tablets offers users affordability, feature rich shareability, performance and solid build qualities.
The entry-level Lenovo Tab E7 is purpose-designed to give users the most bang for their buck, with a sleek elegant profile that houses the Android Oreo Go Edition, which means lighter apps, more storage out of the box, and much-improved performance. Its 7-inch, 10.33mm thin frame lets you take the Lenovo Tab E7 anywhere
and has enough juice to go for up to 5 hours of video watching without charging.
Households with multiple tablet users can opt for the Lenovo Tab E8, which allows for multiple dedicated profiles, interface
,and storage. The Lenovo Tab E8 also offers an immersive visual and auditory experience with an 8-inch HD display which gives photos and movies a vibrant look and feel, while the front speaker, supported by Dolby Atmos®, takes the cinema sound experience right into your home. Best of all, the Lenovo Tab E8 is made for the road, with a slim and light profile at 8.9mm thin and weighing just 320g, while offering up to 10 hours of local video playback.
Finally, the Lenovo Tab E10 is built for families who need a complete audio-visual experience on the tablet for the home. This powerful and thin tablet packs two front speakers with Dolby Atmos and a 10-inch HD display, along with the speedy Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 210 processor. The Lenovo Tab E8 and Lenovo Tab E10 both come with 5MP
autofocusrear cameras and 2MP fixed focus front cameras.
Cord-cutting households who use their tablets non-stop at home and on trips will want the optimal entertainment experience and sharing options, which is why we’ve rolled out the mainstream Lenovo Tab M10. It’s light and versatile – ideal for web-browsing at home or keeping the kids engaged at a restaurant, with powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon Octa-Core 1.8GHz processors, stunning 10.1-inch Full HD displays and Dolby Atmos support.
With a thin and light profile (at 48 grams), the sleek Lenovo Tab M10 also has great multimedia features, including dual front speakers. Families with kids can also get the optional Kid’s Pack for a durable and enjoyable experience through a custom shock-resistant bumper and special kid’s mode that features up-to-date and curated children’s content.
But households in which tablets see the heaviest multimedia use can opt for the ultra-premium Lenovo Tab P10. Lenovo’s flagship Android tablet redefines the family tablet with a head-turning dual-glass design, all-metal framing and narrow bezels in an ultra-slim and light profile (at 7mm thick and 440g), while its stunning Aurora Black or Sparkling White casing gives off a stunning aurora reflection design as you turn it.
But it’s in the entertainment features where the Lenovo Tab P10 truly shines, with four (yes, four) speakers that will make the best use of Dolby Atmos. The Lenovo Tab P10 is equipped with an 8MP auto-focus rear camera and 5MP fixed focus front camera.
A tablet this stunning and powerful will definitely see a lot of use, featuring an ultra-fast fingerprint sensor that takes full advantage of the built-in multi-user capabilities. Once a family member profile is created, simply tap your finger on the fingerprint sensor to log into your own personalized tablet experience, which houses your wallpapers, settings, apps, games and personal files, all kept separately from the experiences of your parents, siblings or kids in the home.
The Lenovo Tab E7 starts at $69.99USD (Walmart exclusive) and is expected to be available in October. The Tab E8 starts at $99.99USD and is available at Walmart now. The Tab E10 starts at $129.99USD and will be available at select retailers in October. Pricing was not announced for the Tab M10 or Tab P10 but they will be up for pre-order this winter on Amazon.