The Five Best Lenovo Tablets on the Market Today

Lenovo tablets and laptops have been one of the top sellers, along with Acer, in the world for years. While it does not get the press and exposure of a Macbook or HP, the tablets and laptops made by Lenovo are quality devices that perform well. If you are in the market for a great tablet at a reasonable price, you can definitely find what you are looking for in the Lenovo lineup. The most important thing to understand is that the cost will depend on what is included, so it will be important to understand what you need in your tablet. Following is a list of the top five Lenovo tablets on the market today.

Lenovo Ideapad 530S

When affordability is a high priority, but you don’t want to skimp on quality, the Ideapad is a great option. It is also a great alternative for students who have a kinship to the MacBook Air. While Apple has recently released a newer version of the MacBook Air, the price is considerably more than the Ideapad. The pad has a two-tone color scheme that features silver and dark gray. The tablet also has a reasonable battery life and the screen does not have a bezel.

Lenovo Flex 11 Chromebook

While the Flex 11 Chromebook is definitely not for everyone, it is definitely affordable and reasonably functional. It is great in educational environments, and it is highly durable. The tablet is designed to survive being dropped for up to four feet. It also features a spill-proof keyboard. The Flex 11 can be used as a laptop or as a full-featured tablet completely run on applications. The performance of this device is exceptional, especially considering the price.

Lenovo Yoga C930

The 13.9 inch Yoga C930 has a steeper price than the previously listed device, but the features and performance of the tablet supports the increase. Remember, you get what you pay for. The audio system is exceptional on this device — making it great for watching a movie or working or film and music projects. There is a newly integrated slot for the stylus as well as pen slots. The tablet also features privacy shutters to protect what is on your webcam for wondering eyes. It has a 10-hour battery life and extremely fast performance times.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet

It would not be possible to create a list of the best Lenovo tablets and not include at least one ThinkPad, but not to worry, we are rounding out the list with two versions of the ThinkPad series. The X1 Tablet features a 2-in-1 functionality that includes a detachable keypad. It also features a soft-touch chassis that makes it comfortable and fun to hold. The display is colorful and bright, making it great for graphics displays and watching movies and videos. The fact that the tablet is lightweight makes it easy to handle and its ideal of taking along on trips — the perfect travel companion. Additional the X1 has a durability rating of 12 military grade; it is built to last.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon

The X1 Carbon is rated as the best overall tablet made by Lenovo over the last couple of years. While there are some tablets that have certain features that stand out over the X1 Carbon, the overall presentation of features, durability, and performance make this best possible buy from the Lenovo lineup. This is an ideal machine for business and it is made to be functional on the go. It is extremely light, weighing only 2.5 lbs. It has a battery life of more than 11 hours, which is great when working away from the desk or in remote areas without power. One thing that has gotten high reviews is the exceptionally functional and responsive keyboard on this machine.

You also have the option of choosing an HDR screen, which has the capacity to reproduce a remarkable 199 percent increase of the sRGB gamut — providing a richer look. The machine comes with a 14-inch screen ensuring that there will not be any issues with being able to see what you are reading or watching. Finally, it sports several key ports, including the USB 3.0 and the Thunderbolt 3. This is definite a great find.



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