Although it’s getting harder and harder to keep track of all the respectable Android-powered Lenovo tablets available in the US nowadays, we can’t really complain about that when basically each and every new device offers an irresistible set of features at an unbeatable price.
As the name suggests, the Tab P11 Pro is not Lenovo’s cheapest slate, but if you hurry, you can get one of a “limited” number of units with 4GB RAM and 128GB internal storage space for $312.99.
That’s a whopping 187 bucks (or 37 percent) off the mid-ranger’s $499.99 list price, beating all previous Lenovo Tab P11 Pro deals
and bringing the 11-incher dangerously close to undercutting Apple’s 2020-released iPad 10.2
at its routine $30 entry-level discount.
There’s obviously no point comparing the current prices of the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro and 10.9-inch iPad Air (2020)
, and while the Snapdragon 730 processor inside the former is definitely no match for the Apple A14 Bionic monster powering the latter, the designs, displays, and audio performance are not quite so far apart.
Made from robust aluminum, the Tab P11 Pro sports a sharp OLED screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels and a grand total of four Dolby Atmos-enhanced JBL speakers, looking like an ideal portable entertainment machine for bargain hunters.
At $312.99, this bad boy is unquestionably one of the best budget tablets
available today, and although you’re technically looking at an eBay deal here, Lenovo is the actual seller taking care of business, with the brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged units on offer right now including a full 1-year warranty.