Lenovo today released two new tablets with both entertainment and serious work skills. These two are the company’s first tablets to support 5G, and the Tab P12 Pro model also introduces a new function for pairing tablets with Windows computers. Another new product today is the TWS headset with ANC and 28-hour battery life.
Lenovo Tab P12 Pro
Lenovo Tab P12 Pro ratio Label P11 Professional Edition Because it has Snapdragon 870 Chipset (a massive upgrade to its predecessor 730). It is paired with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage space (twice the basic memory of the P11 Pro), so it can do some serious work.
The tablet itself weighs 565 grams, has an all-metal body, and is only 5.63 mm thick. You can use Lenovo’s full-size keyboard (19 mm key pitch), 1.3 mm key travel, and integrated touchpad to turn it into a compact laptop. It also supports Lenovo Precision Pen 3 (and wireless charging) that is magnetically clipped to the tablet. The entire setup makes the weight of the scale less than 1 kg.
If you want to be entertained, this tablet has a large 12.6-inch AMOLED display (previous product was 11.5-inch). The display supports a 120Hz refresh rate with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels (16:10).
The panel has rich and accurate colors, NTSC coverage rate is 107%, and supports Dolby Vision and HDR10+. It introduces a brightness of 600 nits at peak, and supports DC dimming for flicker-free operation.
Tab P12 Pro is equipped with four JBL speakers and supports Dolby Atmos and Lenovo advanced audio tuning.
The tablet is powered by a 10,200 mAh battery that can be quickly charged 45W (please note that the charger is sold separately).
P12 Pro can run Android 11 out of the box and will be the first to showcase Project Unity. This allows you to pair your tablet with a Windows 10 or 11 Lenovo PC and use it as a wireless second display. Unity can even display Windows and Android applications side by side for a platform-independent multitasking experience.
Lenovo Tab P12 Pro has two versions-Wi-Fi and 5G only. Wi-Fi models will be available in October, starting at $610, and you can buy them from Lenovo.com. The 5G model will soon enter Europe, the Middle East, and Africa at a price of 900 Euros (excluding VAT) (varies by region). Please note that the 5G version will not be sold in North America.
Lenovo Tab P11 5G
If the 5G model looks too expensive, the Lenovo Tab P11 5G will provide you with next-generation connectivity at a price of 500 euros, excluding VAT. Alas, this one will not come to North America, but it will be available in EMEA from October.
This is a slightly smaller tablet with an 11-inch IPS LCD with a resolution of 2,000 x 1,200 pixels and a refresh rate of 60Hz, similar to the vanilla P11. Dolby Vision is still supported (although HDR10+ is not supported), and the peak brightness is 400 nits.
However, this one is made up of a Snapdragon 750G Chipset (replacing 662), it will provide higher performance and 5G connectivity (in the frequency band below 6 GHz). The chipset is paired with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage space (by comparison, the starting capacity of the vanilla model is 4/64 GB).
This tablet can still do some work. It supports keyboard plug-ins and stylus (older Precision Pen 2), and its USB-C port has DisplayPort function, so you can connect an external monitor.
Four JBL speakers with Dolby Atmos can also bring some fun. The 7,700 mAh battery can continuously play video streams for up to 12 hours and supports 20W fast charging (same as P11).
This more affordable tablet does not have an all-metal structure, but is lighter at 520 grams. In addition, it has three colors instead of one.
Lenovo Smart Wireless Earbuds
Having four JBL speakers is cool, but in some cases you may need to use headphones. For example, in a noisy office or on an airplane. They each have 3 microphones and have advanced Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), which can reduce ambient noise by up to 38 dB. These are not afraid to go out, with IPX4 rain protection.
Each bud has an 11mm drive and weighs only 4.2 grams. With faucet control, you can summon Google Assistant with voice commands. Bud supports Lenovo’s quick pairing and multi-point connection.
Lenovo’s new TWS headset promises a total battery life of up to 28 hours in the charging case, and the headset alone can be used for 7 hours (5.5 hours when ANC is turned on).
Lenovo’s smart wireless earbuds will be on sale at a price of $100 at the end of this month. Black and white are available for purchase by some retailers.