Lenovo Smart Tab M10 Plus Tablet Review

Tech Specs on the Smart Tab M10 Plus 

Processor: MediaTek® Helio P22T Tab, Octa-Core, 4 x A53 @ 2.3 GHz, 4 x A53 @ 1.8 GHz

OS: Android™ 9 Pie™

Display Type: 10.3″ FHD (1920 x 1200) IPS, TDDI, touchscreen, 220 PPI, 330 nits

Memory: 2 GB LPDDR4X (Soldered)

Hard Drive: 32 GB eMMC

Warranty: One Year Depot

Speaker: 2 x Side Speakers, Tuned with Dolby Atmos®; Dual Microphones (with dedicated DSP)

Bluetooth: Bluetooth® 5.0

Cameras: Rear, 8 MP auto-focus; Front, 5 MP fixed-focus

Wireless: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (1 x 1)

Family Goodies

Literally, I can’t say enough good things about what a natural fit this tablet is for our family. 

There’s the ability to play music with clear, high-quality audio quality, which is great for kitchen dance sessions. This made it possible for us to download cartoons and programs for our child and use the tablet as a mobile screen during our long car ride. The audio on the cartoons was crystal clear, and the display rate was just as good as our home TV. 

I even downloaded a few drawing and painting apps and had fun using the tablet to create little works of art. You can use a stylus, obviously with this device, but it’s responsive enough to pick up even the quickest of moments with your fingers too. This makes it a fun device for those creative apps and also packs a punch for video games where the faster you swipe and slide, the more points you get. 

There is a complete child setting on the tablet that minimizes access to any apps you restrict access to, so parents with older children can feel safe knowing what their kids are using, even if you’re not sitting right next to them. The children’s mode also has a unique feature in that it can analyze posture and remind your child to sit up straighter or point out more ergonomic postures to prevent that dreaded screen-zombie-hunch that we all develop, especially kids, after a certain amount of screen time. 



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