Lenovo launches trio of super cheap Android Marshmallow tablets
At this year's MWC in Barcelona, Lenovo showed off a ton of new devices, including a new series of tablets.
Known as the Tab3 7, Tab3 8, and Tab3 10 Business, these devices are affordable Android 6.0 marmallow tablet.
The Tab 3-7 and 8 are seven and eight inch tablets and are designed to be family friendly.
You can assign a specific user account for just your kids so they don't mess with your apps and photos and won't accidentally send a candy crush invitation to your boss In kid's mode, you can see the icons are bigger and more playful.
And you can adjust the screen's color tone to a deeper, reddish color, which apparently helps with eye strain.
The Tap 310 Business, on the other hand, is meant for, well, businesses.
It aims to be a cheap enterprise tablet for employees or classrooms.
The 10-inch tablet is equipped with a 1.3-gigahertz quad core processor, an 8 megapixel camera, and a 7 ampere hour battery.
In general, the tablets themselves are pretty average and their biggest draw is really their super low price.
The 7-inch tablet starts at $179, which 4G LTE and the 8-inch variant starts at $149, or $99 if you want only WiFi connectivity.
The Tab 310 Business starts at $199 with WiFi only.
All these tablets will be available starting in the summer in June and July.
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