CES 2021 has basically started, after a few companies unveiled their products over the past 24 hours. Lenovo is among them, with quite a few new items on the menu. The Lenovo Tab P11 tablet stands out, as it’s an affordable midrange slate with a stylus. We have more details below.
Lenovo Tab P11 actually has a lot going for it: it comes with a kickstand, a stylus, midrange specs and a not so bad looking design. It’s good for entertainment, remote work, online school and more. Also of note is the dual tone back side, with a camera are that reminds me of the Oppo Reno 4 Lite phone. Upfront we find an 11 inch IPS LCD display with a 2000 x 1200 pixel resolution. The screen provides a 400 nits brightness and also has TUV Rheinland certification, protecting the users’ eyes.
It also has an aluminum case, with a dual tone finish, being available in the hues Slate Grey and Grey Hue Platinum. Lenovo Tab P11 packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor, which bundles the Qualcomm FastConnect technology, for a faster 4G LTE connection. Also inside we find up to 6 GB of RAM memory and this is one of the few tablets with Netflix certification. Lenovo promises up to 15 hours of battery life here. We also get a Kids Space feature, from Google, allowing little ones up to 9 years of age to access apps, books and educational videos. For videoconferences and security, we’re treated to a selfie 8 MP camera.
4 Dolby Atmos speakers complete the package and you can attach a Keyboard Pack, that attaches magneticallly and features an accurate trackpad. The Lenovo Precision Pen 2 will aid you with your drawing and writing necessities. The device is priced at $229.99 and it’s available today in USA.