Lenovo has got three new tablets that it wants to show you - meet the TAB3 7, 8, and 10 Business14
Apart from showing us two new phones at MWC 2016, the Vibe K5 and K5 Plus, Lenovo also aims to please the tablet-loving crowd with its newest slates. The Lenovo TAB3 7, TAB3 8, which are lauded as "family-friendly" tablets and the TAB3 10 Business tablet, which is intended for business use.
Are they specc'd well for the task? Well, let's check out what's going on in the specs sheets!
|Huawei TAB3 10 Business||Huawei TAB3 8||Huawei TAB3 7|
|Display||10" 1080p||8" 720p||7" 720p|
|Chipset||1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek||1.0GHz quad-core MediaTek||1.0GHz quad-core MediaTek|
|RAM||2GB / 3GB||1GB||1GB|
|Storage||16GB / 32GB||16GB||8GB/ 16GB|
|Rear cam||8MP auto-focus||5MP||5MP|
|Front cam||5MP fixe-focus||2MP||2MP|
|Price||$199 (Wi-Fi only), $249 (2GB / LTE) and $299 (3GB / LTE)||$99 (Wi-Fi only) and $149 (LTE)||TAB3 7 at $79 (Wi-Fi only), $99 (8GB / LTE) and $129 (16GB / LTE)|
The TAB3 10, in particular, stands out with its expanded capabilities: it comes with a flurry of connectivity features, like Y- and T- connectors, as well as RJ45 cable ports. Additionally, the tablet is IP52-certified, which means that it will endure water splashes and dust just fine. Native hardware encryption is on board in order to make users' endeavors as secure as it gets. There's also "persistent endpoint protection, which shields business networks; and geotechnology, which allows businesses to track devices and even create geofences" in the TAB3 10 Business - if that's not appealing to the enterprise sector, we don't know what is.
The TAB3 7 and 8 don't boast the aforementioned security features, but they are also splash-proof and come with Dolby Atmos audio tech on board. That's right, they are multimedia slates, and Lenovo wants the whole family to enjoy. All of these will be available starting June 2016 from all Lenovo Retail Partners. Are you getting one?