Lenovo has launched a new tablet in the market named M10 HD Gen 2, along with the Tab P11 Pro and Smart Clock Essential. The main focus of Lenovo was on the M10 HD Gen 2, as it is an entry-level budget Android tablet that offers decent performance and unique features to the users. The tablet comes with a 10.1 inch HD IPS LCD panel and TDDI (Touch and Display Integration) technology. It would help provide the users with better image quality on the screen and better touch response.
The technology is very similar to entry-level iPads, where there is no gap between the glass and the actual panel, providing a much better response on the screen. The tablet has been made from Aluminium making it durable and sturdy among its competition and is powered by MediaTek helio P22T SoC paired with 2/4GB RAM and 32GB/64GB internal storage. The device also comes with 256GB external memory card support that the user can add as per their choice. The main feature of the tablet is that it comes in two different variants, with one having Google Assitant and other having Amazon Alexa with a charging dock.
The features will remain the same on both the tablet variants, except the change in the microphone, which will depend on whether you choose to have the Google or Alexa version. The tablets have been priced at €179 and €199 depending on the variant you want and will be available to customers from October and November. Some of the other features of the tablet include a 5,000 mAh battery, type USB C charging slot, and 3.5 mm Jack. The tablet will also have an 8MP primary camera, 5 MP front camera, and dual speakers powered by Dolby atmos.