A fantastic mid-range Lenovo tablet is on sale on Amazon at an incredible price (with keyboard and pen

A fantastic mid-range Lenovo tablet is on sale on Amazon at an incredible price (with keyboard and pen

Tech Highlights:

  • This time around, the aforementioned e-commerce giant significantly undercuts both those retail avenues by charging a cool $100 less than usual for a 128GB storage configuration of the Lenovo Tab P11 Plus with 6 gigs of RAM, a bundled detachable keyboard, and a creativity-encouraging Precision Pen 2. Typically available for $349.99, this Android 11-running model isn’t exactly worthy of direct comparisons with Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S8 family or Apple’s newest iPad Air edition, let alone the latest iPad Pro generation, in terms of things like raw power or screen quality.

  • We’re… not here to alter your mind in any way if you think Lenovo has flooded the tablet market with incredibly identical (and consequently rather confusing) options for (nearly) every budget over the past couple of years. But it isn’t always a terrible thing, and neither is the current influx of fantastic offers and sizable discounts on Lenovo slates with Android or Chrome OS software, which are already extremely reasonably priced. The 11-inch Tab P11 Plus is the star of the most recent, impossible-to-refuse promotion, which comes straight from Amazon. That is actually somewhat unique because generally the device manufacturer handles these matters either on its main US website or eBay.

But at its freshly reduced price, the Lenovo Tab P11 Plus can easily make our list of the best budget tablets around, offering solid battery life of up to 12 hours on a single charge in typical use and providing a decidedly premium audio experience with the help of no less than four Dolby Atmos-enhanced speakers.

With a 2000 x 1200 display resolution, the video streaming experience is likely to leave you fairly impressed (or at least satisfied) as well, while the MediaTek Helio G90T processor is… probably not too bad for the sub-$300 bracket either, keeping your (light) gaming and web browsing going without many hiccups. In short, the overall value for money looks like a knockout.

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