Lenovo Tab Extreme: laptop and tablet in one, price, specs

Lenovo Tab Extreme: laptop and tablet in one, price, specs

We are used to the fact that a tablet is something small and toy-like, but the new 14.5-inch Tab Extreme from Lenovo seems to have positioned itself as a big player among the most advanced and sought-after tablets. Here you will find all the important facts about Lenovo Tab Extreme.

What are the specifications of the Lenovo Tab Extreme?

Lenovo Tab Extreme is is Lenovo's largest tablet to date and a great example of a modern convertible tablet that has a high-quality large screen, a Magic Keyboard type cover that becomes a stand with a comfortable keyboard allowing you to place the tablet horizontally and vertically, and the Precision Pen 3 stylus that retracts into the stand. The keyboard cover allows you to adjust the angle of the tablet.

The Tab Extreme has a 3000 x 1876 120Hz OLED display, and it's a great screen for everyday work on the road, in the office or at home, as well as for entertainment and watching movies and videos. The TUV-certified full-care display with ambient colors minimizes eye strain, and supports Dolby Vision and HDR10+. This tablet is a kind of portable cinema: its 8 JBL speakers with Dolby Atmos support create a great sound effect. In addition, if desired, you can connect a DisplayPort monitor to the tablet. The 12,300 mAh battery allows you to play videos for 12 hours, and the tablet comes with a 68W quick-charge adapter and also supports reverse charging.

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Now about performance. Lenovo packed the new tablet with an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chip. Benchmark tests showed that  it performs slightly better than the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and Samsung's Exynos 2200. The new Lenovo tablet offers 12GB of RAM, and 256GB of expandable storage, which isn't the ultimate dream, of course, but it's fine for a tablet.

It also has the traditional one USB-C 3.2 port and another 2.0 port and decent cameras, a 13MP front and rear main camera, and an additional 5MP fixed focus lens on the back.

What is the Tab Extreme software like?

Lenovo currently ships the Tab Extreme with Android 13 and guarantees three major updates and security patches over a 4-year period. An excellent quality is the tablet's ability to open up to ten applications simultaneously as floating windows. The gadget is also very convenient for video calls: it has an improved voice capture mode, suppression of ambient noise and automatic camera focusing on the user.

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What are the alternatives of Lenovo 14.5-inch tablet?

The two main competitors of the Lenovo Tab Extreme are, without a doubt, the Apple's current iPad Pro and Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. The largest version of the Apple tablet has only a 12,9-inch display, while the tablet from Samsung is equipped with a 14,6-inch display. 

What's the price of Lenovo Tab Extreme?

This tablet is available now and you can order it starting at $1,000. The 12,9-inch display version of the Apple's new iPad Pro costs $1099, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra cost you the same $1,000.

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