Last year Lenovo introduced 5 new tablets from different ranges, including the Lenovo TAB P10, which is the model we want to look at today. And is that although you can think the opposite, although many users prefer phablets to get a tablet, there are still many manufacturers who continue to bet on this type of devices.
The Lenovo P10 is a top quality tablet with a family vocation. Apart from a nice design, this tablet has a set of very interesting features, especially if we take into account the value for money. Its four front speakers and a Full HD screen of 10,1″, make it ideal for entertainment. But it also has a way for children to use it, so that the safety of your children is always guaranteed.
This new Lenovo tablet weighs 440 grams, which means it’s easy to handle. In addition, the thickness is reduced to 7 millimetres, making it one of the most stylish tablets on the market.
If you take a good look and be honest, it’s hard to find a tablet like the Lenovo TAB P10 that looks so good. Its attractive double glazed design with a metal frame is impossible to miss. Next to the metal frame there is a gold coloured metal strip, which gives it a more premium touch. Visually it’s a pleasure to look at and it’s a pleasure to have it in your hands. The only “but” is that in this kind of designs with the glass back, the fingerprints are usually marked. It is currently available in two shades: aurora black and bright white.
When she’s in front of you, you don’t want to look away. With a 10.1-inch (25.65 cm) screen, you’ll be able to enjoy something really special. Its 1,900 x 1,200 pixel FHD panel captures everything. Let’s not forget that the Lenovo P10 is a computer that is designed to enjoy especially videos, series and movies, where you can appreciate in detail the intensity of the action scenes. It is also important to note that this screen uses IPS technology, which provides wider viewing angles. This panel incorporates 10-point multi-touch capacitive technology.
Although the Lenovo TAB P10 is not one of the most powerful tablets, it does have hardware that offers maximum reliability for everyday things. Inside is a low-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 eight-core chip (Cortex A53), built in 14 nm, working at a speed of 1.8 GHz. Its 4 GB of RAM will give us the ability to run several applications at once smoothly.
To manage the graphics we have an Adreno 506 GPU that increases power by 25% over the previous version. This graphics comes prepared to support FullHD screens with 60Hz refresh. It is appreciated that the Chinese company has “put” 64 GB of internal memory, more than enough capacity to store all kinds of multimedia files. If at any time you need more, you can use a microSD card up to 256 GB capacity.
As for the cameras included in the Lenovo P10, please note that the main sensor, which has been moved to the upper left of the rear, reaches 8 megapixels and comes with autofocus. The front webcam, which occupies the center of the top frame, uses a 5 MP sensor with fixed focus.
Another of the strong points of this Lenovo tablet are the 4 speakers with Dolby Atmos technology that we found in the front. The quality of the audio is surprising, since they are able to submerge us in a deep and sometimes rumbling sound, which offers you an enveloping and cinematographic experience. A Dolby-specific application has also been installed to choose from the various predefined profiles, which also allows us to adjust the speaker equalizers to customize the sound to our liking.
According to Lenovo’s data, its 80 Wh battery guarantees up to 15 hours of autonomy. But it will obviously depend on configuration, usage and other factors. The Lenovo TAB P10 also has Quick Charge technology, which greatly reduces the tablet’s charging time.
The brand “sells” this device as “the ultimate tablet for the family”. The reason? Very simple. Each family member can enjoy a personalized experience by setting up their own account with wallpaper and other details and securely accessing it through the integrated fingerprint reader.
Parents will feel safer when their children use it, thanks to a Kids mode that limits the content your children can access and sets time limits for its use. The Lenovo P10 also comes with an enhanced eye protection system and voice search features.
The Lenovo TAB P10 connectivity includes dual-band WiFi AC protocol and Bluetooth 4.2. There’s also an audio jack and a C-type USB 2.0 port for faster and more stable tablet loading.
If you prefer a tablet with 4G support that allows you to use it as a mobile phone and access the internet without Wi-Fi, the Lenovo TAB 2 A10-30L could be an excellent option. In addition to a 10.1″ HD display, it features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 chipset, 1 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage.