Lenovo Tab M10 Plus 3rd Gen Tablet - 10" FHD - Android 12-32GB Storage - Long Battery Life, Gray
Model Number: ZAAJ0039US
Lenovo Tab M10 Plus 3rd Gen Tablet - 10" FHD - Android 12-32GB Storage - Long Battery Life, Gray is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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The dazzling, 10.6" FHD IPS display on this Android tablet lets you stream your video services at up to 1080p, while the quad speaker system optimized for Dolby Atmos envelops you with sound A lightweight, portable tablet like the Tab M10 Plus Gen 3 is great for student research and projects, working with the Lenovo Instant Memo app to make on-screen input a breeze Keep focused with Immersive Reading Mode, which makes long screen sessions easier on the eyes with enhanced readability, so it's more like reading on paper The Tab M10 Plus Gen 3 tablet includes Android 12 for all of the latest features and three years of security and other updates Stream, study, and multitask for hours with great processing power and a battery that can run the whole day so you can use it just about anywhere
|Standing screen display size
|1920 x 1200 pixel
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports
|Item model number
|25.15 x 15.9 x 0.74 cm; 471.74 Grams
|Item dimensions L x W x H
|25.1 x 15.9 x 0.7 Centimetres
|Rear Webcam Resolution
|Number of Processors
|Flash memory size
|1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
|4.3 4.3 out of 5 stars 320 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank
|#34,969 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #9,762 in Computers & Accessories
|Date First Available
|Aug. 21 2023
|Place of Business
|Memory storage capacity
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My mother's aging android tablet had effectively stopped working, so I got this to replace it for her. Easy to use and runs fast.
Not going to lie I was pretty skeptical about getting this tablet. It was very simple to set up, holds battery for a good while. I had purchased this for doing Shopify POS and it works great for that. This tablet is definitely on the lower end, I wouldn’t use it for gaming, but watching movies, reading and simple web searches are no problem for it. Good storage, also has an area for a SD card to add more storage as well. Overall not a bad POS tablet. This model dose not have the ability to add a SIM card. You can only use Wi-Fi
I had given my father my older Kindle last year to see if he would use it at all. Approaching 80, I wasn't sure if he could make the transition to a tablet for reading, news, etc. Suffice to say, he greatly enjoyed for reading his morning papers and playing suduko. When the charging port started to go, it was time for an upgrade. This Lenovo series of tablets are such an incredible value that I cannot imaging recommending any Kindle version. Sure, the Kindles are a bit cheaper, but having to deal with the awful locked-in Amazon version of Android, plus the constant barrage of ads makes the Lenovo feel even better. He's thrilled with it, so it makes me happy. Will definitely go down this upgrade path again when he is ready. Bought a smaller M8 Lenovo tablet for my mother. All told, was less than $300 for the two tablets and two cases.
Love this little Android based tablet. I'm an android guy on cell phone, so the functionality is intuitive to me. Only complaint is I don't think the USB-C port is capable of video output, or at least I haven't found an adapter that allows HDMI yet. To be fair, I really only use this for watching movies when travelling, but it is nice to kick the WiFi on and use it for quick internet searches or using airlines apps.
No virtual buttons to go back or to clear the background apps or to just shrink the running screens to the background. It only has a up or down swipe that needs to be done just right for it to work. Not having the virtual buttons make the tablet frustrating. Some windows don't go away. It's a ok tablet if you do one thing at a time. Some of the Lenovo stuff just won't stop no matter how many times you tell it "No Thanks". After using it for a little while I'd say it's worth the money. It does a few weird things requiring a reboot to get rid of. It only plays one game and it does it without lag or crashing. I'd consider buying another one if I need it.