Lenovo Tab M10 Plus (3rd Gen) – 2022 – Long Battery Life

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About this item The dazzling, 10.6″ FHD IPS display on this Android tablet lets you stream your video services at up to 1080p, while the quad speaker system optimized for Dolby Atmos envelops you with sound A lightweight, portable tablet like the Tab M10 Plus Gen 3 is great for student research and projects, working with the Lenovo Instant Memo app to make on-screen input a breeze Keep focused with Immersive Reading Mode, which makes long screen sessions easier on the eyes with enhanced readability, so it’s more like reading on paper The Tab M10 Plus Gen 3 tablet includes Android 12 for all of the latest features and three years of security and other updates Stream, study, and multitask for hours with great processing power and a battery that can run the whole day so you can use it just about anywhere
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Lenovo Tab M10 Plus (3rd Gen) – 2022 – Long Battery Life

Standing screen display size ‎10.61 Inches

Screen Resolution ‎1920 X 1200 Pixel

Max Screen Resolution ‎2000 x 1200 Pixels

Processor ‎2 GHz

Chipset Brand ‎ARM

Card Description ‎Integrated

Wireless Type ‎802.11ac

Number of USB 2.0 Ports ‎1

Average Battery Life (in hours) ‎14 Hours

Brand ‎Lenovo

Series ‎Tab M10 Plus 3rd Gen

Item model number ‎TB125FU

Hardware Platform ‎Android

Operating System ‎Android 12

Item Weight ‎2.89 ounces

Dimensions ‎9.9 x 6.26 x 0.29 inches

Color ‎Gray

Rear Webcam Resolution ‎8 MP

Processor Brand ‎MediaTek

Computer Memory Type ‎Unknown

Flash Memory Size ‎64 GB

Batteries ‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

About this item

The dazzling, 10.6″ FHD IPS display on this Android tablet lets you stream your video services at up to 1080p, while the quad speaker system optimized for Dolby Atmos envelops you with sound A lightweight, portable tablet like the Tab M10 Plus Gen 3 is great for student research and projects, working with the Lenovo

Instant Memo app to make on-screen input a breeze Keep focused with Immersive Reading Mode, which makes long screen sessions easier on the eyes with enhanced readability, so it’s more like reading on paper The Tab M10 Plus Gen 3 tablet includes Android 12 for all of the latest features and three years of security and other updates Stream, study, and multitask for hours with great processing power and a battery that can run the whole day so you can use it just about anywhere › See more product details

You can binge longer and study smarter with the Lenovo Tab M10 Plus 3rd Gen Android Tablet. Sleek, thin, and lightweight, this handy 10-inch tablet goes wherever you do, packing power and performance into a bold and contemporary aluminum chassis that’s just 0.29″ thin and as little as 1.03 lbs. Slip your Lenovo tablet into a shoulder bag, your school backpack, or carry it in folio case (available separately).

Lenovo Tab M10 Plus (3rd Gen) – 2022 – Long Battery Life

The bright and colorful 10.6″ display offers full HD clarity, so you can stream your favorite movies and shows for hours! Plus, with the special Reading Mode and TÜV Low Blue Light certification, you can enjoy long, comfortable hours of screen time on this Android tablet without straining your eyes. Music and audio sound great with the immersive quad speaker system optimized with Dolby Atmos®.

This portable entertainment tablet is great for students, too, as you’ll enjoy all-day performance with octa-core CPU and long battery life – including up to 12 hours of video playback time*. Take it with you wherever you go for reading, note-taking, streaming, and staying connected. With WiFi and Bluetooth® built in, you can watch your favorite movie, check your email, or have a video chat with friends or family from home or on the go.

* All battery life claims are approximate and based on internal testing under optimal laboratory and network conditions. Actual battery performance will vary and depend on numerous factors including product configuration and usage, software, operating conditions, wireless functionality, power management settings, screen brightness and other factors. The maximum capacity of the battery will naturally decrease with time and usage.

Additional information

Standing screen display size

‎10.61 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920 X 1200 Pixel

Max Screen Resolution

‎2000 x 1200 Pixels


‎2 GHz

Chipset Brand


Card Description


Wireless Type


Number of USB 2.0 Ports


Average Battery Life (in hours)

‎14 Hours




‎Tab M10 Plus 3rd Gen

Item model number


Hardware Platform


Operating System

‎Android 12

Item Weight

‎2.89 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎9.9 x 6.26 x 0.29 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎9.9 x 6.26 x 0.29 inches



Rear Webcam Resolution

‎8 MP

Processor Brand


Computer Memory Type


Flash Memory Size

‎64 GB


‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)



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Best Sellers Rank

#2,749 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #60 in Computer Tablets

Date First Available

June 20, 2022

60 reviews for Lenovo Tab M10 Plus (3rd Gen) – 2022 – Long Battery Life

  1. Dallas

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    I had to send it back

    The tablet froze on me a couple of times in the first two days I had it. Had difficulty turning it off and restarting it also. Was glad to be able to return it, still unsure what I’m going to get to replace it.

  2. LaurenK

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Way better than I expected

    For the money this tablet is real good.

    One person found this helpful

  3. T

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Not a bad tablet!

    Not going to lie I was pretty skeptical about getting this tablet. It was very simple to set up, holds battery for a good while. I had purchased this for doing Shopify POS and it works great for that. This tablet is definitely on the lower end, I wouldn’t use it for gaming, but watching movies, reading and simple web searches are no problem for it. Good storage, also has an area for a SD card to add more storage as well.Overall not a bad POS tablet. This model dose not have the ability to add a SIM card. You can only use Wi-Fi

    3 people found this helpful

  4. David

    4.0 out of 5 stars


    Excelente precio, deberían de venir con el forro incluido

  5. D.Graham

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    **update** the tablet did update itself to OS 13, and it’s been fine. I guess the issues have been resolved because I love this thing. I connected an Xbox controller and played Starfield via cloud gaming. Honestly I didn’t think it would handle it at all, but it did and that’s really cool.Just received my tablet today and I’m relieved that it is still on OS 12, not 13. I’ve read a lot of issues on these after the OS 13 upgrade, including lots of people wanting to downgrade but could not, as of September 2023. You can read about these issues on the Lenovo forums for your own judgement. I bought this tablet for my educational goals. I am taking online classes and this is much easier then using a computer since I can use it anywhere, as an e reader. I got the 64GB version that came with 4GB of RAM. It has performed well for the website applications that I am using. The rear facing camera (me) is lacking when we do our zoom meetings (at full screen) but it looks fine at smaller resolutions when you’re just a box on the screen. It works great for office programs and YouTube videos look crisp. I’m glad I took a chance on this vs a $1k iPad since this handles my needs.

    15 people found this helpful

  6. Lon Jacobs

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    It’s like using a Apple tablet. Cumbersome.

    No virtual buttons to go back or to clear the background apps or to just shrink the running screens to the background. It only has a up or down swipe that needs to be done just right for it to work. Not having the virtual buttons make the tablet frustrating. Some windows don’t go away.It’s a ok tablet if you do one thing at a time. Some of the Lenovo stuff just won’t stop no matter how many times you tell it “No Thanks”.After using it for a little while I’d say it’s worth the money. It does a few weird things requiring a reboot to get rid of. It only plays one game and it does it without lag or crashing. I’d consider buying another one if I need it.

    7 people found this helpful

  7. Raul A.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    good quality product and competition

    i have a laptop Lenovo good quality as well the tablet thanks

  8. milagros g.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Me gusta mucho

    Es muy rápida y útil.

  9. Carlos Sánchez

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Buen Poducto

    Llego rápido y todo excelente

  10. Enrique

    5.0 out of 5 stars



  11. Rizzo

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Way better than competitors

    If all you want to do is watch a movie in bed or read an epub or a news article, you don’t need a $799 tablet.This device streams movies and shows from my plex server without issue. I expanded the storage from 64gb to 512gb for $40 by purchasing a fast microsd card right here on amazon.Pros:Big screen, expandable storage, thousands of apps, cameras work great for video calls, huge battery, stylus compatibleCons:The interface could be a little less laggy sometimes.Conclusion: if you just need a simple device for consuming content this is a great option. After I got mine we purchased another for my wife and my mom also purchased one.My wife was streaming music and movies throughout the day and quickly destroying the battery in her $1300 iphone. This battery being much larger will last longer and will only coat $150 to replace the tablet in a few years rather than needing a new phone or paying apple $80 for a battery replacement.

    28 people found this helpful

  12. Kindle Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great upgrade from the 7″ tab…

    Great color and ANDROID 13….

  13. Bob K.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great tab

    Use two these other one bit more robust use both them when doing bills and such still way smaller then a laptop

  14. 3kidsinaustin

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    So much better than a Kindle

    I had given my father my older Kindle last year to see if he would use it at all. Approaching 80, I wasn’t sure if he could make the transition to a tablet for reading, news, etc. Suffice to say, he greatly enjoyed for reading his morning papers and playing suduko. When the charging port started to go, it was time for an upgrade. This Lenovo series of tablets are such an incredible value that I cannot imaging recommending any Kindle version. Sure, the Kindles are a bit cheaper, but having to deal with the awful locked-in Amazon version of Android, plus the constant barrage of ads makes the Lenovo feel even better. He’s thrilled with it, so it makes me happy. Will definitely go down this upgrade path again when he is ready. Bought a smaller M8 Lenovo tablet for my mother. All told, was less than $300 for the two tablets and two cases.

    16 people found this helpful

  15. Mark from CT

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Lenovo doesn’t disappoint.

    Great value. Bright display. Outstanding battery life. Fast enough. Plenty of memory. This is one place buying an off brand is definitely at your own risk. Lenovo has never let me down. At least not yet.

    2 people found this helpful

  16. Allen Jennings

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very happy with this

    Wife needed a new tablet and I picked this one out. Much faster than her older one, very easy to set up and use. Would buy again.

    One person found this helpful

  17. bill

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Compared to the Samsung a8, much better

    Screen is better by a ton, speakers are close but this Lenovo is probably a single step up. Speed of device is probably a single step up also. Has some bloatware which is really surprising, what do these companies get out of it? Seems like a lot more can be removed than the Samsung.Unless you some how like Samsung’s horrible ‘one ui’ this tablet is much better

    3 people found this helpful

  18. Sofia Londoño

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Lentitud en el sistema operativo

    La calidad de la pantalla es muy buena, los colores se ven vivos y brillantes y el sonido con 4 altavoces es excelente. La duración de la batería es larga, aunque la carga es un poco lenta. El sistema operativo no es tan rápido, puede que la tablet empiece a tener lags si tienes varias apps abiertas a la vez.

  19. Ayala LaviaAyala Lavia

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good size for your kid.

    Very nice tablet but some how is sticks alot

  20. Bayron r.

    4.0 out of 5 stars


    It’s not so bad for the price it’s good

    2 people found this helpful

  21. Jerry P. Danzig

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fab Tab

    I have had a seven-inch LG tablet for many years that is still working fine, but it has become increasingly difficult getting updates for the Android 5 programs I had installed on the device.It was time for a new tablet, and I have found that Android devices need at least 64GB of resident memory to support a decent complement of installed programs.I also wanted a brand name — something other than Samsung, which I have found to be a company making shoddy and disposable products and refusing to stand behind them.So I found this Lenovo with the size and memory I needed, priced right at around $200.This tablet seems to be doing its job nicely. It came with Android 12, but I updated it to Android 13 without any issues.The screen is bright and sharp, with vivid colors, and the four speakers with Dolby Atmos deliver clear, crisp sound, though with little bass. The imaging extends far beyond the horizontal dimensions of the tablet.Updating files and programs from my old tablet to the new one was an easy process. I wish Windows still did this, as it did back in the days of Windows 7!I can’t say much about the front and back cameras other than to note that they both work as expected.Battery life is excellent — you can easily make it through the day on one charge.It’s also simple transferring files from the tablet to a Windows laptop. You just have to remember to tell Android what you’re doing (not just charging the battery) under Settings.And though the startup instructions are a little sketchy (and tiny and hard to read!), installing an SD card for added memory is as simple as popping out the card drawer with the pin ejection tool included in the product box.So far, then, I like this tablet a lot and use it not just for media playback but also for taking notes as a crime reporter, using the Office Suite program plus a $20 Bluetooth keyboard.I’ll report back if I encounter any difficulties…PROS:* Bright sharp screen with vivid colors.* Four speakers with Dolby Atmos imaging and EQ.* Sufficient internal memory to support multiple installed programs.* Ability to add memory via SD card.* Fine battery life.* Not too heavy.* Reasonable price.* Android 12 installed, with Android 13 update.* From a brand name manufacturer.CONS:* No bass response from small speakers.

    63 people found this helpful

  22. Gabriel Puyó

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great table for the price

    This is great tablet! I am very happy with the purchase. The battery last several hours of continuous use without charging it. The processor is fast and lets you enjoy movies, games and pictures in a smooth manner.The speakers are good and the size of the tablet allows you watching games or watching movies comfortable. I recommend this tablet!

    3 people found this helpful

  23. Mark 11:23

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    It’s a Lenovo tablet!

    I had originally purchased it with the intention of using it like an iPad to connect with my TV monitor instead of having to use my computer laptop. However, I discovered that I couldn’t write on the screen (not unless I have a special app). It is a nice tablet for regular use, though. So that’s pretty much how I use it- to play games and watch videos. I’m not too tech savvy. So there may be some features that it offers that I haven’t used yet. It comes with tons of free apps.

    One person found this helpful

  24. Richard Ewing Bridges

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice little tablet

    I dislike the gesture controls, but you can turn them off and turn on the 3 button control.The screen is bright, the speakers are better than I expected for a cheap tablet,its decently responsive and works well for what I got it for.

  25. Nicholas Mcsherry

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent tablet

    There is nothing I can say that can express the quality of this product.The screen is beautiful, the sound is excellent and I do mean excellent, if a little quiet, got it for a steal.Refurbished, with all accessories when it said it was used, great surprise.Battery still in good condition, 24 hours mostly standby and it used less than 20% of the battery.Would buy 100 times over.

    3 people found this helpful

  26. DennisDennis

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    I wanted to like the tablet

    I bought this tablet because I have the first gen Lenovo M10 Plus and I wanted an upgrade. As you can tell in the picture it wouldn’t complete the system update. It was trying to update for 40 minutes. I figured to turn off the tablet and turn it back on. I turned it off and now it won’t turn back on. So I figured to do a soft/hard reset. It wouldn’t do that either. I even had the tablet on charge and the battery was 80% so you can’t tell me the battery was dead. It won’t power on, and now won’t finish charging. The screen is just dark and doesn’t show the battery charging. Another thing to mention is I set up the homescreen the way I want it and it goes back to the way it was. I get rid of the entertainment space and that shows back up even when I went to home screen settings and turn it off. This was before the screen wouldn’t turn back on. I’m sending it back for a replacement and if that tablet does the same thing I’m going to send it back and ask for a refund. I’ll update when I get a replacement. ****UPDATE June 18th 2023****It’s been a couple months and I never got a replacement because I didn’t want to get the same tablet and expect to go through the same hassle setting it up and freezing. My M10 Plus still works fine but it is laggy due to its 2GB ram and small storage. The reason I wanted a tablet with more ram and storage. I’ll just get me a different brand tablet because I’m done with Lenovo.

    23 people found this helpful

  27. A.Rivera

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for visually impaired

    I bought this as a gift for my elderly dad who has lost part of his vision. The screen is large, the colors are sharp, and the picture is very clear when he streams his shows on it. He said it’s the best gift he received and uses it every day. Also very simple to operate.

    3 people found this helpful

  28. Once in a while

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great tablet IMO

    I’m a Lenovo fan. I have a Lenovo Chromebook, IdeaCentre, and a ThinkPad. They all run Linux beautifully, which is one reason I’m a Lenovo fan.I started considering purchasing a new tablet. I’ve been using an 8-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A for a couple of years. I think 8-inch tablets are an ideal size. They’re about halfway between a phone and a Chromebook. And if you’re a dude they’re small enough to fit in a back pocket.But I decided I want a larger display, and a quality one, mainly for reading. So I looked around. Of course I considered the Kindle Fire 10 HD, mainly for price. But the lack of access to Google Play store was kind of a dealbreaker.So I started considering this tablet. It’s Lenovo (big yay for me) and it went on sale at about the same price as the Fire tablet. Lenovo, Play Store, and good specs and performance? I’m in. So I bought one.This tablet really works for me. Its performance is great compared to previous tablets I’ve owned. (I’m not a gamer, so I can’t speak to how well it runs games.) The IPS display is good enough, with enough PPI for sharp text and vivid color. It comes with a zippy processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage. The camera might not be dazzling but it is decent. It has a 3.5mm headphone jack. Most of the bloatware (and there’s not that much) is easy to uninstall or switch off. I’m really happy with it.Well, almost really happy. There is one bit of bloatware that can’t be switched off or uninstalled, and that’s a persistent nag on the settings page to sign up for the Lenovo User Experience. You can decline as many times as you want, and the nag just comes right back. Then there’s the “Lenovo ID” login prompt that also can’t be dismissed.I don’t know what Lenovo is thinking — “Hey if we just be relentless and wear them down, they’ll eventually give in and sign up.” No that’s not how this works, and that’s not the way to build customer happiness with a brand. And I don’t want to sign up for another “ID” in today’s climate. I’ve had enough surveillance and tracking and data collection (despite assurances no “personally identifiable information” is retained — we all know that can be changed to personally identifiable information with just a mouse click). And it’s just annoying, no matter how many “advantages” signing up supposedly brings.So, no, I won’t sign up, no matter if that nag stays on until the tablet wears out. And I’ll continue to be mildly annoyed by it, but probably continue to be a Lenovo fan, but maybe not quite as enthusiastic a fan as I would be otherwise.

    84 people found this helpful

  29. shoppereze

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Too much bloat

    Cons: Way to much interference from Google. Ads galore constantly on apps. Android system is not too reliable.Pros: Light weight. Not too pricy. For a travel option it works.I purchased this to travel with as it is light weight and will suffice for that purpose. Certainly not my go to for computer. More like a glorified phone system.Probably will only use when traveling and need something lighter to carry. For $170 it serves the purpose for me. But spend a little more and get a chromebook or small laptop with windows.

  30. Daniel Williams

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Constantly having to format; extra clicks

    I wish I’d bought something else…..You’d think it was good, and often it is.But every few days it stops reading my SD card and demands that I format it…with no other option. It takes days to copy things back onto the tablet, because I can’t use a card reader in my laptop to copy things onto the card because the tablet will just demand the card be formatted again. It’s not even the end of February, and I’ve had to format the card at least four times, if not more than five times this year.Also, and perhaps even more annoying, the screen likes to click when I’m trying to scroll, or double and triple clicks when I’m trying to type. I ended up with several items in my Amazon Cart before I realized the tablet had been reading “Add to Cart” when I was trying to scroll. Since I wasn’t planning to buy anything at that moment, it didn’t matter, but if I was actually shopping, I might not have noticed the extra items being put into my cart. That might have actually happened to me in December on Temu, ended up with a few things I didn’t expect… YouTube constantly clicks videos that I’m trying to scroll past, which is extremely frustrating given how YouTube Mobile functions with the “Back” button (and then I have to go into my History, and remove the video that I didn’t intend to click). There’s no way to adjust the click sensitivity…I have posted about these issues in the Lenovo support forums, and they’ve basically told me “That’s the way it is,” with no solution or recommendation for fixing the problems. “It’s not possible.” I can’t fathom these kind of problems being allowed off the development floor.But then again, they’ve also pushed spamware as part of a required update, and decided that the quick launch navigation bar at the bottom will ALWAYS be visible with no ability to hide it in a setting. Several apps which utilize the entire screen, have buttons covered by the quick launch bar, making the apps unusable, at least in part.Battery life is terrible, even being plugged in, the wall can barely provide enough power to keep it from going down. I can get it charged up to 100%, and then start watching YouTube, and after a few videos, find myself at 97%, with it still plugged in. Screen at less than half brightness.The volume controls are bad, too. The lowest volume above mute is still quite loud. Use of a Bluetooth SPEAKER limits the output volume to less than what the tablet speakers produce. I have a Tribit BTS31, which is capable of very high volumes paired with my phone, but the tablet has an ear protection mode that can’t be turned off….it assumes headphones rather than a speaker, and limits the volume. The tablet speakers end up being vastly better than the BT speaker, making the speaker pointless.I probably could go on with a few more problems, but you get the idea….This tablet has had problems that have killed productivity, and been the source of a lot of frustration.I really wish I’d gone for the Samsung.

    One person found this helpful

  31. Greg P

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Bargain for a quality name

    I have tablets ranging from $50 Chinese tablets to $700 flagship tablets and the biggest lesson I’ve learned is, if you invest in software, buy a name brand tablet. If you’re just installing free stuff or just reading books, buy a cheep tablet. This Lenovo tablet covers all the bases and for a great price.The good:- It’s a Lenovo, so you’ve got a quality hardware- Good price- 10 inch screen that is bright and sharp- Name brand, so you can buy a replacement battery and screen protectors that fit.The bad:- I haven’t found anything to complain about yet, but I’ll add them to the review if anything pops up.

    2 people found this helpful

  32. Nocona DGS

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Loving them!

    I got one because mine was giving out. I got the second one for my husband as a Christmas gift. I miss the button to turn the screen on, however I bought cases that turn it off when closed. The minimize is easy, swiping up from the bottom edge. The missing “back button”, usually an arrow on other brands, is something else I’d like to have. It’s not addressed in the online user manual either. I discovered it by accident when I realized that swiping sideways, it would go back to the previous screen. Otherwise, I like it very well.

    One person found this helpful

  33. Kat R.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    No USB port

    So far so good, the tablet was easy to set up, like any android device, however, I was quickly disappointed by the fact that there is no USB port.I got this for my daughter to record her songs and because there’s no USB, we have to plug the microphone into the audio port which means you have to unplug it every time you want to play the audio back because the device thinks it’s headphones when you play the music back. Very annoying 😒 I don’t know why manufacturers keep getting rid of extremely useful features in these devices.

    One person found this helpful

  34. Kindle Customer

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Does the job – No issues

    This is a lower price tablet which I use for reading and online searches. It handles these tasks well.

  35. Loyal customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very easy to use

    To use after eye surgery,

  36. William Doren

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Works well very good size

  37. Philiboy

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Won’t use SanDisc MicroSD card

    Just got this and was quite pleased until I realized I had a total of 5GB of free space once I set it up. I have bought a Samsung MicroSD card for it but it won’t arrive for several days; so I used a SanDisk 64GB MicroSD card from my old tablet.Come to find out that even after multiple efforts of resetting and reformatting and restarting the tablet the very best it will do is allow me to use the chip as portable storage and won’t allow it to be used for active storage, meaning I have the built in 64GB but no ability to extend it. I found numerous reports on websites about this being a problem and many work arounds that don’t seem to apply.Fortunately I had a Samsung 64GB uSD available and have been able to use it to move music files to. But if I can’t effectively extend the memory as advertised once the larger chip gets here this thing will have to be returned. It’s useless if it’s limited to 64GB, that’s not enough for minimal use and I’d never be able to add more apps and the like.Update: I was able to free up about 30GB on the tablet itself and installed a new Samsung 256GB uSD which it did immediately recognize; I still don’t know if it will put apps on it and use it as live memory but I will update the review when I know for sure.

    3 people found this helpful

  38. Nikki

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good for the price

    Have had it for a couple weeks and so far everything been working fine. I like how simple it is to use and the size of the screen.

  39. Jeffrey Walcott

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Product

    good for a child

  40. Yomaira Gonzalez

    5.0 out of 5 stars



  41. Amazon Customer

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Seems like a good purchase.

    Easy to set up.

  42. Selena

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Only Get for Streaming

    Definitely do not recommend for anything but streaming. This model/current software has a really annoying, PERMANENT, task bar below. It also kind of lags/has low FPS when maneuvering, even just pulling down the notification bar or opening an app feels really….bad quality. I will say, the screen looks really clear and when watching things there is no lag or FPS issues. The sound from the speakers is also pretty alright. ***Again, ONLY RECOMMEND THIS TABLET FOR STREMING ONLY–NOTHING ELSE.***

  43. Binky

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Would buy again, very pleased

    I installed all updates the same day it arrived. It takes some time but I appreciate the updates and it’s a painless process. I find the volume through the speakers is better than my laptop so I have been using this for various online live meetings / classes, something I didn’t expect. It’s very handy, for example, to join an online class and just grab this pad. I also stream a lot of entertainment video, something I previously did on my phone. It does not hang or lag. The battery life is what I would expect given heavy the video use. I wanted a pad from a well-known company and this has not disappointed. I got a matching magnetic case on Amazon that folds into a stand to prop it up. I am using some apps more than I did before on my phone, getting more value out of those apps. I don’t want to be without my pad now. Thank you Lenovo for having this on the market.

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  44. J. Baker

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Will not cast.

    Neither of my TV sets that I’ve used for other tablets were even recognized. Researching this I found lots of supporting evidence for this problem in the Lenovo help site. And several sites showed a specification for an accelerometer and magnetic field (compass) detection, neither of which were found on my unit. The one good thing is when set up you can kill a lot of the bloatware. In all other respects this was a pretty good tablet……but cannot explain why a box stock android system that has casting built in would fail like that.08/22/23 Update…..I may have been wrong and I’ll explain why. Every other tablet I’ve had casting just worked. No real setup required. Well, after returning this and getting another brand with Android 12 the same issue arose with one of the sets, a Samsung, but the Visio was picked up right away. If you go to settings for cast in the upper right are three vertical dots that brings up a check box Enable Wireless Display. Well, I’ll be damned. Check the box and both TVs now appear. If they’re greyed out just means they’re not powered on. The Samsung is a smart TV but not too smart and doesn’t have an inbuilt Chromecast as the Visio does. The Samsung must also be either WIFI or Ethernet connected to your home internet in order to cast without resorting to a Chromecast adapter on the TV. I suspect what you’re really doing is using WIFI Direct without being explicitly told you are.I can’t find a good reason why Android 12 is designed this way, security perhaps, but I’ll wager a lot of others have been frustrated by this one change. Upping rating to 5 as this was the only thing I found objectionable about this unit and it was just my stupidity that earned it a lower rating.

  45. Juan Carlos Wilches Niño

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good enough price and quality

    The tablet has a very good sound. it is android 14 that works very well

  46. Billie Joy Roach

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    was a gift for my wife. She loved the tablet – uses it constantly to surf the web, play games, email, etc. I loved the quality it has, it’s drive size, battery life and most of all… value for the dollar.

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  47. Bootist

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Exactly what I was looking for; size, weight, ease of setup, clarity. Merry Christmas to me, I love it!!!

  48. J. Larson

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Serves the purpose. works very well.

    Bought for my wife to retire the old Samsung 8″ tablet.So an upgrade to Android 12.She uses it mainly for playing games.So this worked out.Enough of everything; memory; storage; speed to satisfy.Good value for the money.

  49. Sue Gates

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    My Third Lenovo 10 inch Tablet.. Love them!!

    Great Quality, Great image, fast,Full of features. First one with 64 GB!! Thought I save money an Not buy SD card. Put one in anyway IS Different then 2nd version!! Features and Layout. Haven’t figured out yet. Seems to Auto download.. Need to fix. Love them!!

    6 people found this helpful

  50. Jean Paul PenalozaJean Paul Penaloza

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Lo compre con el fin de usarlo en el auto en lugar de instalarle un carplay, me va de maravilla. Recomendado

    2 people found this helpful

  51. Kennan

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Almost perfect

    This Tablet was on my radar for a few months before this version was released. I really, really like it so far. I have had it for a few months and I primarily use it for apps like Crunchyroll, Manta, and webtoon. The sound quality from the speakers are great, the screen quality is great, and it’s capable of playing most games without issue.The ONLY problem I have is the Bluetooth. I cannot watch one episode of anything without whatever device I’m bluetoothing for sound getting disconnected. Happens every 15 minutes or so on average, so most of the time I just use wired earbuds anymore or cast to tv. Yes, I have tried both Bluetooth headsets I have, and 2 different sound systems. It disconnected from all of them in the same intervals, so it is an issue with the tablet no doubt. IF I didn’t encounter this Bluetooth issue, this would have been 5 out of 5 hands down.

    29 people found this helpful

  52. music

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    In the price range, by far the best Tablet

    I’m writing this review after using the tablet for approximately three months now. By far hands down this is the best tablet that you can get in this price segment. I use it for web browsing and checking my emails while also reading books. Everything works, excellent battery life, combined with HD graphics and Widevine L1 support that makes viewing Netflix and other streaming content in pure HD a pleasure. Combined with Dolby Sound, Love this tablet for the price I paid. Would highly recommend.

    8 people found this helpful

  53. James Braam

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    can’t figure how to get my e-mails to go full screen

    nice if I was to see my e-mails full screen

  54. Art Keith

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    works good

    fast delivery

  55. Ivan Moscosso

    5.0 out of 5 stars



  56. Yulonda Clark

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    My son loves it. Worked out perfectly

  57. Combine

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    5 Stars depending on your needs.

    I have a current Gen iPad Air which is great for a lot of things. I also bought this tablet for other things. I wanted this one for battery life and for storage. The iPad is good for about 4.5 hours video playback (brightness at the lowest level) give or take. I bought a 1TB mSD card for the Lenovo and was able to put a crazy amount of media on it. The battery lasts me for about a week using the tablet for about 4 hours of video playback a day at the lowest brightness level. I also read books on it. The screen is great but not nearly as nice as the iPad. The audio is also truly spectacular for a tablet, but again not a great as the iPad + AirPods. All that said, we are not comparing same to same either. This tablet was about half the price of the iPad.Long story short, depending on what specs you value, this could be a fantastic tablet. I am happier with it for my needs than any other tablet I have ever owned. But I do not use it as my go-to device for everything. It has a specific job and does it splendidly. Your needs may be different.

    23 people found this helpful

  58. Muy buen servicio

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Me llego una semana antes de lo esperado

  59. Rick O.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very useful for my needs

    Love this little Android based tablet. I’m an android guy on cell phone, so the functionality is intuitive to me. Only complaint is I don’t think the USB-C port is capable of video output, or at least I haven’t found an adapter that allows HDMI yet. To be fair, I really only use this for watching movies when travelling, but it is nice to kick the WiFi on and use it for quick internet searches or using airlines apps.

    5 people found this helpful

  60. Juan Mendoza

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    It lags

    I was trying to get off the IPad ecosystem but this tablet made me want to go back because it was lagging

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