Lenovo tablets come in a range of types and sizes with models catering for both business users and consumers. When shopping for a Lenovo tablet you’ll need to pick the right type of tablet that fits in with your usage needs whether that’s a slate style tablet that can be held and used single-handedly or a more versatile 2-in-1 tablet that doubles as a traditional clamshell laptop. With a choice of Windows and Android operating systems, there’s a Lenovo tablet suited to a variety of uses including home entertainment, creative work or business applications.
The Lenovo Tab series of tablets are thin, lightweight slate style tablets running on the Android operating system. The Tab range is subdivided into E, K, M & P series of products. The E series are great, entry level family tablets that offer entertainment features at an affordable price. There’s a range of security features that allow parents to manage their children’s activities on the device. M Series tablets also come loaded with a range of multimedia features plus more advanced security controls such as facial recognition and kids mode. The K series range is aimed at business users and models feature all day battery life, large bright screens and a variety of customisation controls. P series models are premium tablets that are beautifully crafted and come with superior specifications, stunning displays and rich, immersive sound.
If you prefer a more flexible tablet or a 2-in-1 tablet that doubles up as a traditional laptop, consider the Yoga Tab or Yoga Book series of tablets. Both feature premium design and build quality together as well as an impressive set of specs. Yoga Tab models offer a variety of usage modes. You can use it in your lap, stand it up on a desk or even hang it on a wall for group viewing. The Yoga Book series comes in a variety of colours with both Android and Windows models to choose from. They can be used as a touch screen tablet thanks to their versatile watchband style hinge or as a conventional laptop with the screen on top of the keyboard.
Before picking a Lenovo tablet, run through the general considerations that apply to all tablets to ensure you select a tablet that’s best suited to your needs. These include the screen size, operating system, battery life and performance governing components such as processor and RAM. For connectivity, assess the quantity, type and location of ports supplied as well as the version of Bluetooth, Wifi and 4G/5G if available. If you plan to use your Lenovo tablet for an extended length of time, warranty might be important. Most tablets come with one year cover as standard but this can often be extended and upgraded for an additional fee.