While Android tablets may not be as popular as they once were a few years back, it doesn’t mean that Apple is the only brand left making tablets. Recently, Lenovo unveiled two new tablets, the Tab 11 Pro and the Tab M10 HD Gen 2. While both tablets run on Android OS, each device is designed for different use cases.
First up, we have the Tab 11 Pro, Lenovo’s most powerful consumer Android tablet yet. This new tablet is powered by a Snapdragon 730G processor, which should mean it’ll easily handle productivity apps such as the Microsoft Office Suite.
Aside from a fairly powerful SoC, the Tab 11 Pro has an 11.5-inch 2K (2560 x 1600) OLED display in HDR10 and Dolby Vision, meaning it’s a great partner for binge-watching. To top it all off, the Tab 11 Pro has an optional keyboard and pen for users who want to be productive on their tablet.
While the Tab 11 Pro is designed with productivity in mind, the Tab M10 HD Gen 2 is made for kids. The Tab M10 HD Gen 2 is the first-ever tablet with Kids Space from Google, a new kids mode. With Kids Space, parents can give their children access to apps, books, and videos which are based on interests kids choose to discover. Kids Space also features Family Link parental controls which parents can use to manage their child’s device.
Complementing Kids Space is a a 10.1-inch HD TDDI wide-viewing angle display, with TÜV Rheinland eye protection to help reduce harmful blue light. The tablet also has dual speakrs with Dolby Atmos, as well as an octa-core processor.
The Lenovo Tab M10 HD Gen 2 2GB+32GB is priced at PHP 8,990, with the 4GB+64GB model priced at PHP 9,990. Meanwhile, pricing and availability for Lenovo Tab P11 Pro will be announced closer to release date. Both tablets are releasing in October 2020.