Lenovo announces new Android tablets that are designed for consumption

Lenovo Tab P10

Lenovo announced an array of tablets today, ranging from the low end to the mid-range. As the company says, tablets are better for watching shows and playing games than your phone, and they're more portable than your PC.

At the lowest end, there's the Tab E7, E8, and E10, which come in 7-, 8-, and 10.1-inch sizes, respectively. Both the Tab E7 and E8 have quad-core MediaTek processors, while the Tab E10 has a Snapdragon 210. While the entry-level Tab E7 has a 1024x600 display, both of the larger ones are HD.

The Tab E8 and E10 have front speakers with Dolby Atmos though, so you should be able to get a pretty solid media consumption experience with those devices. The best part is that the Tab E7, E8, and E10 only cost $69.99, $99.99, and $129.99, respectively.

The Tab M10 and P10 are both a little higher end, packing a Snapdragon 450 Mobile Platform. Both of these devices have full HD displays and front-facing Dolby Atmos speakers. The premium P10 actually had four Atmos speakers, and it's just 7mm thin and 440g.

Pricing wasn't made available for the Tab M10 and Tab P10, but those are coming to Amazon this winter. The Tab E8 is available now in Walmart stores, the E7 will be a Walmart exclusive beginning in October, and the Lenovo Tab E10 will arrive in October in Walmart and select retailers.

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