There have been multiple talks about the latest Lenovo tablet & what we can expect of it for the past few weeks. Lenovo Tab P11 Gen 2 is to hit the market on the 18th of January 2022, with an expected retail price of 23,990 INR.
A few of its key features entail – an octa-core processor of 2.2GHz, MediaTek Helio G99, & storage of 4GB RAM. It comes with a very sleek design paired with an 11.5” display and 120Hz refresh rate. Tab P11 have a battery of 7700 mAh. The sleek and minimalistic design of this tablet makes it have a striking similarity with its predecessors. The beautiful 11.5” display is backed with a dual tone finish, which is initially the same colour but they look different due to the way they reflect light.
However, no matter how similar they look, the newest Tab doesn’t entail the aluminium body from before. One big downside of the newest design of this Tablet is how it will retain fingerprint smudges and stains. As before, the power button is located at the top right corner, while the volume buttons rest on the right edge. One downside is the power button or any part of the Tab not having a fingerprint sensor, so one needs to use their passcode every time they unlock the laptop.
This model comes in a deal with a 2-in-1 keyboard, including the board and a protective back cover. Said keyboard can be attached to the base of the tablet or it can be paired with Bluetooth. The design and features of a Thinkpad have been incorporated into this detachable keyboard. Some of these keys might need some getting used to – ie, the spacebar, backspace & tab keys aren’t as wide as they usually are. The compact placement of the keys works surprisingly well.
The back cover has been equipped with an adjustable flap on the bottom which is to aid in binge-watching or studying or even using multiple devices at the same time. Even though this tablet is packed with features which are meant to enrich our findability and usage, it too comes with a few downsides.
The downsides entail, this tablet is meant for desk work, as it’s not very comfortable on one’s legs, especially if they don’t have long legs as there is no space for the ledge to get support from. This poses a threat of the display just falling off from its cover as it isn’t placed properly. When closing, the display magnetically attaches to the keyboard and the aggressiveness might result in scratches or other harm to the device. Neither the tablet nor its keyboard is dust or water-resistant and that is a huge problem as one needs to be extra careful all the time.
One upside that is being majorly loved and approved by customers is the precision of the Lenovo Precision Pen 3 stylus which is a huge boost to the usability & functionality of the said tablet. The latency of the stylus is pretty good, equipped with hover support & pressure sensitivity. It’s said to be essentially designed for drawing & note-taking. Let the creativity flow with Lenovo’s latest launch & excess in academics too.
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