Best Lenovo Tablets

Last Updated on October 31, 2022 by Ernests Embutnieks

Lenovo has upped their tablet game in the last few years. They were lagging behind Apple and Samsung in this genre but not so much anymore, some of the tablets are great, and they created the first foldable tablet. 

Lenovo has a broad offer of tablets, and we get to each and everyone and review them in detail. Still, whether you’re planning to buy a tablet for school, movies, note-taking, entertainment, social media, gaming, reading, drawing, photo-editing, kids, or just surfing the internet, you will find something below.

Things to Look Out for While Buying a Tablet:

Before we move on to the tablets, let’s take a look at things that need to be considered before buying a tablet:

  • Display

The display of a tablet depends upon how you use it. If you are a gamer, programmer, or graphic designer, you would require a display with high resolution and widescreen. But if you are looking for daily use or a tablet for kids, then a high resolution or huge display won’t matter much.

The best thing about Lenovo is that it provides many options on various budgets for your exact requirement.

  • Processor

In modern times you require a quick processor. It doesn’t matter if you are not a tech-savvy person or if you indeed are. You will realize a slow processor once you use it again though it depends upon your budget because a fast processor will likely put a dent in your pocket.

A fast processor comes at a higher price, but it does mean that you do not need to wait much for your screen to load or switch between apps. Your Tab will reload quickly, as will your transfer of files from one device to another. If you have a high budget, you should likely go for a fast processing tablet.

  • Connectivity

Who doesn’t love a good Wi-Fi connection? Who doesn’t love multiple ports in their tablets?

It is imperative today that your tablet has good Wi-Fi connectivity. When you travel or even if you are at home, you require a tablet that will connect with the surrounding Wi-Fi without a hitch. A strong Wi-Fi card that detects the internet is an essential requirement, and that has to be a strong consideration before buying a tablet.

The multiple ports are just as crucial as Wi-Fi. You require HDMI, USB-C, USB 3.0, 3.1 ports as basic connections. Fast charging or transferring files from your tablet to other devices are just as important factors. Be sure to target tablets with multiple ports so that you can do numerous tasks at once.

  • Memory

An important aspect that sometimes goes unnoticed is the memory factor. If you are a parent who primarily uses tablets to save or download videos for your kids, then make sure you buy tablets with a higher memory ceiling. Make sure you get a tablet with a high RAM and GB inbuilt.

Not only for parents, even if you are a gamer, then you need higher RAM and storage capacity to download games and then save them. Higher RAM and storage capacity may cost you a bit more than ordinary tablets, but they will be worth every penny.

We have accumulated a list of the best Lenovo tablets for work and play and in every budget for your ease.

1. Lenovo Yoga Tab 13

Lenovo Yoga Tab 13

With Lenovo’s Yoga Tab 13, you’re looking at an all-around performer. Although the tablet, with its bright and bold display alongside immersive speakers, is built to serve the entertainment needs, the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 chipset, together with 8GB of LDDR5 RAM, is promising enough to look after the performance section with the desired efficiency.

The primary highlight of this tablet is again the 13-inch LCD that features a 2,160 by 1,350 resolution. Sheltering a density of 196 pixels per inch and the Dolby Vision support that produces dynamic and vivid colors, the display of Yoga 13 is crisp and bright. The viewing experience is well complimented with four front-firing JBL speakers that can max out to something around 104dB. Above all, this Lenovo tablet is certified for Netflix HD streaming. In other words, Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 is an entertainment powerhouse.

Other impressive elements of Lenovo Yoga tab 13 include the Android stock version, which is free from any preloaded apps or bloatware, 128 GB of onboard storage, Wi-Fi 6, and Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity.

Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 is a brilliant choice for those seeking a device that can satisfy their everyday entertainment demands and work as a helping hand in dealing with creative tasks. 

Key Specifications:

  • Processor: Qualcomm SM8250-AC Snapdragon 870 5G (7 nm) Octa-core (1×3.2 GHz Kryo 585 & 3×2.42 GHz Kryo 585 & 4×1.80 GHz Kryo 585)
  • Display: 13.0 inches, 490.0 cm2 IPS LCD FHD 1350 x 2160 pixels, 16:10 ratio 
  • Operating System: Android 11 ZUI 12.5.
  • Memory: Up to 8GB RAM. Up to 256GB eMMC
  • Battery: 10200mAh. Up to 10 hours Video Playback(1080p). Up to 11 hours of web browsing
  • Camera: 8MP TOF 3D
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.2


  • Vivid display
  • Multi-mode Kickstand
  • Great battery life
  • Four JBL speakers
  • Support for Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2


  • Design is a bit on the bulky end.
  • Unavailability of rear camera

2. Lenovo Foldable ThinkPad X1 Fold

Lenovo Foldable ThinkPad X1 Fold

Are you looking for something new and different from what conventional tablets have to offer? Well then, the Foldable Thinkpad X1 needs to have your attention. The device genuinely deserves a thumbs up for the concept by bringing a display that effortlessly folds in half and lets you carry like a tablet. It even props up to behave like a Surface Pro in no time. Undoubtedly a revolution in the tech industry.

The Lenovo X1 Fold is a twin-faced tablet that features groundbreaking innovation. With its design at least, it can narrow down the ever-existing difference between tablets and laptops. When folded, the tablet bags a fitting dimension of 1.1 by 9.3 by 6.2 inches and seamlessly unfolds into a 0.45 by 11.8 by 9.3 inches workstation with a 12.3-inch display.

The Lenovo Fold X1 comes with Intel’s Lakefield variant of the Core i5-L16G7 chipset. It is similar to other Core i5 chips and carries a 1.4GHz base clock speed. The four available Tremont cores can boost the clock speed to up to 1.8GHz. Overall, you can expect a healthy performance, but aiming for high-end renderings might leave you a bit disappointed.

Key Specifications:

  • Processor: Intel Core i5-L16G7 Processor (5 Cores / 5 Threads, 1.40 GHz, up to 3.0 GHz with Turbo Boost, 4 MB Cache)
  • Display: 13.3 inches, 490.0 cm2 IPS LCD FHD 2048×1536 pixels, 
  • Operating System: Windows 10
  • Memory: Up to 8 GB RAM. 512 GB M.2 2242 SSD
  • Battery: 10200mAh. Up to 10 hours Video Playback(1080p). Up to 11 hours of web browsing
  • Camera: 5-megapixel
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.0


  • Foldable display
  • Integrated Kickstand
  • Built-in leather cover
  • Bluetooth 5.0


  • Highly expensive.
  • Mediocre battery life
  • Unavailability of rear camera

3. Lenovo ThinkPad X12 Detachable

Lenovo ThinkPad X12 Detachable

The 12.3-inch Lenovo’s ThinkPad X12 Detachable is another revolutionary tablet that the company has come up with in recent times. As the name suggests, the device comes with a kickstand and detachable keyboard, and the feature shifts its overall efficiency to the next level. Sheltering a fresh design and mouth-watering components like the Thunderbolt 4, Intel’s 11th-gen processors, and more, the X12 Detachable is ready to wow users worldwide.

Lenovo X12 Detachable’ one of the notable aspects is undoubtedly the display. Scaling up to a 12.3-inch display that bears an aspect ratio of 3:2 together with a Color gamut covering 100% sRGB and a high rated brightness of 400 nits, media consumption in this device packs everything to praise. Not to mention, the active pen makes the overall navigation a super swift process. 

Offering the 11th Gen chipset, the device promises to deliver adequate performance right from the first day. Another surprising element is, of course, the battery. With the X12 tablet in hand, you’ll be able to get a battery life of around 10 hours which is excellent considering the performance it can deliver. The device is capable of providing an all-around performance. The device is a perfect addition to the tablet/laptop industry, especially for working professionals.

Key Specifications:

  • Processor: 11th Generation Intel® Core™ i3-1110G4 Processor (2 Cores / 4 Threads, 2.50 GHz, up to 3.90 GHz with Turbo Boost, 6 MB Cache)
  • Display: 31.24cms (12.3) FHD+ (1920×1280) IPS
  • Operating System: DOS
  • Memory: 8 GB LPDDR4X 4266MHz
  • Battery: 42Wh, Up to 10.1 hours
  • Camera: 5MP IR/RBG Hybrid Front Fixed Focus
  • Connectivity: –


  • Competitive performance
  • Affordable
  • Long battery life
  • Integrated Kickstand
  • Stylus & keyboard was included in the price


  • Low on ports
  • The touchpad felt kind of small
  • Connection problems with the keyboard
  • Webcam could be better

4. Lenovo Tab P11 Pro

Lenovo Tab P11 Pro

From the beautiful OLED display to the solid audio setup, the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro has everything to offer. With unique looks, it resembles the appearance of an iPad Air or a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7. So, if you want a look-a-like of Apple product on a budget (of course), Lenovo Tab P11 Pro is the best choice.

The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro comes in luscious colors, making it the best indoor viewing. However, it is not good enough to use outside as it lacks brightness. It scales to 10.4 by 6.8 by 0.3 inches in dimension and has a stunning OLED display. Although you can use both orientations, it works best in landscape mode. Being available in slate or platinum finishes, the unibody of this tablet is made of aluminum.

Talking about the processor, the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G chipset, which is quite outdated, to be honest. However, thanks to the fantastic display and the set of influential speakers, the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro can please mild gamers. But

it is crucial to keep in mind that if you intend heavy gaming, I’ll advise you to look at the other options before deciding.

Full review of Lenovo Tab P11 Pro – here

Key Specifications:

  • Processor: Qualcomm SM6115 Snapdragon 662 (11 nm), Octa-core (4×2.3 GHz Kryo 260 Gold & 4×1.8 GHz Kryo 260 Silver)
  • Display: 11.0 inches, IPS LCD, 1200 x 2000 pixels
  • Operating System: Android 10
  • Memory: 64GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 6GB RAM
  • Battery: Li-Po 7700 mAh
  • Camera: 13 MP, (wide), AF, 1080p@30fps. 8 MP, (wide), 1080p@30fps
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.1, USB Type-C 2.0


  • Beautiful OLED display
  • Powerful and high-quality speaker
  • Chique design
  • Bluetooth 5.1


  • Awkward productivity mode
  • Weak pair of cameras
  • Poor LTE connectivity

5. Lenovo Chromebook Duet

Lenovo Chromebook Duet

Have a low budget and still want a portable and high-functioning laptop? The Lenovo Chromebook Duet is just perfect for you. From the portability to functioning, from longevity to affordability, it is a tablet and laptop hybrid.

While other Chromebooks, on average, last for 9 to 10 hours, the Lenovo Chromebook Duet can work for 15 hours straight without any interruption. For a pocket-friendly Chromebook, it gives a mediocre performance; that is, if you want to use it for regular day-to-day activity, you can opt for the Chromebook Duet. However, if you’re looking for a tablet with high performance, I suggest avoiding this one.

Although there is no such feature to hype about apart from the battery life, the budget-friendly nature is something to love. For those on a tight budget and looking for a tablet that can help them deal with everyday activities, the Chromebook Duet needs to be on the grab-list.

This one is one of our favorite Lenovo tablets, not just because it’s very budget-friendly, but it just felt very comfortable to use for basic stuff, and perhaps that we’re pretty big fans of Chrome OS tablets.

Key Specifications:

  • Processor: MediaTekHelio P60T (12nm) (4x Cortex-A73 @ 2.0GHz + 4x Cortex-A53 @ 2.0GHz); Mali G72 MP3 @ 800MHz
  • Display: 10.1-inch Full HD (1920 x 1200) IPS LCD
  • Operating System: ChromeOS
  • Memory: 4GB LPDDR4X + 64GB/128GB eMMC
  • Battery: 7,000 mAh
  • Camera: 8MP autofocus (main); 2MP fixed focus (front)
  • Connectivity: 2×2 WiFi 802.11 ac; Bluetooth 4.2


  • Great battery life
  • Colorful display
  • Average performance
  • Affordable


  • No headphone jack
  • Cramped keyboard
  • Limited RAM

6. Lenovo Tab M7 (3rd gen)

lenovo tab m7 3rd generation device

Moving forward with our list of best Lenovo tablets, the next is Lenovo Tab M7 (3rd gen). The Tab M7 (3rd gen) of Lenovo is a pocket-friendly tablet with 7 inch IPS screen. Although the 1024 x 600 resolution may look a bit outdated, the display of Tab M7 3rd gen produces vivid colors that will surely attract you. Not just vivid colors, you’ll have adjustable viewing angles with this tablet.

Talking about the performance, the 3rd gen of Lenovo Tab M7 is not that great. Suppose you’re a heavy gamer or someone who likes hanging around complex editing pieces of stuff; the device might seem a bit struggling. However, you can use it for everyday purposes. The fact that you’re getting an octa-core chipset at a low price genuinely needs an appreciation. Additionally, the tablet bags a massive battery alongside a lightweight design, so you don’t have to worry much about carrying the workstation around or operating it all day long.

When it comes to 7-inch tablets there are the options are quite limited. Performance-wise it’s not that great as the tablet below, but because it’s a 7-inch tablet, a rare device, we ranked it a bit higher due to another factor – comfortability.

Full Review of Lenovo Tab M7 3rd gen – Here

Key Specifications:

  • Processor: Mediatek MT8766 (LTE) Mediatek MT8166 (Wi-Fi)
  • Display: 7.0 inch IPS 1024 x 600
  • Operating System: Android 11 Go Edition
  • Memory: 2GB RAM and 32GB eMMC
  • Battery: up to 8 hours
  • Camera: Rear: 2MP Selfie: 2MP 
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.0


  • Quality display with sharp and vivid colors
  • Affordable
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Availability of 3.5mm headphone jack
  • MicroSD expansion slot


  • Lacks performance
  • Average processor
  • Poor set of cameras
  • No NFC facility

7. Lenovo Tab P11 Plus

lenovo tab p11 plus

Although you might be habituated to listening to the proverb, “Cheap things are not good,” the Lenovo Tab P11 Plus proves it all wrong. Trust me; you can take the performance of this tablet for granted, at least when the concern is everyday uses.

With the Tab P11 Plus, you’ll be getting an 11-inch IPS display that bags a resolution of 2000 x 2000 pixels. Together with a promising display, the MediaTek upgrade in the chipset, four Dolby Atmos speakers, well-performing 7,700 mAh battery, low-price, flexible pen, and a keyboard makes the Lenovo Tab P11 is too good of a deal to miss out on. Other promising aspects of this device include 4 GB and 6 GB of LPDDR4x RAM and an option of 64 GB and 128 GB of UFS storage to choose from.

Lenovo Tab P11 Plus is a great package considering the device’s price. From the elegant 2K display to the compatible Lenovo Precision Pen 2, working with the Tab P11 Plus is an experience to cherish.

Full review of Lenovo Tab P11 Plus – Here. You can also compare it with the P11 Pro, just to know the key differences

Key Specifications:

  • Processor: Mediatek MT6785 Helio G90T (12 nm), Octa-core (2×2.05 GHz Cortex-A76 & 6×2.0 GHz Cortex-A55)
  • Display: 11.00 inch, 2000 x 1200 pixel, IPS, LCD
  • Operating System: Android 11
  • Memory: 64GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 6GB RAM
  • Battery: Li-Po 7700 mAh
  • Camera: 13 MP, (wide), AF, 1080p@30fps (Main), 8 MP, (wide), 1080p@30fps (selfie)
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.1


  • Good Display and Cameras
  • Large Internal Storage
  • Powerful Battery Life
  • Google Kids Space


  • No Fingerprint sensor
  • No headphone jack
  • Substandard refresh rate

8. Lenovo Yoga Duet 7i

lenovo yoga duet 7i

With the Lenovo Yoga Duet, we introduce you to the versatile tablets out there in 2021. No matter what defines your comfortable working environment, the Yoga Duet is pretty much sure to fit in. From portability to performance, the device rocks up in every section. Featuring a 13-inch display alongside 2160×1350 pixel resolution, you can expect the device to enhance the overall viewing experience. Shifting our attention towards the performance section, Intel’s Core i7 processor with 16GB of RAM is not a setup to look down upon. Yes, you can’t expect high-end renderings, but you’ll have no issues dealing with mild activities. The tablet also comes with 1TB storage, which is impressive for tablets.

Lenovo is giving away a stylus at no cost while every competitor charges for the Stylus. (We don’t want to point any fingers, but Apple) The metal stylus/pen is made of metal and is very sleek. It is straightforward to use and has to be one of the better Stylus in the market.

The Yoga Duet 7i comes with an integrated keyboard cover and a kickstand. There is no need for you to buy an expensive cover for this tablet. The Bluetooth keyboard has its own battery life. You can either attach the keyboard with the Tab or use it separately on your lap or desktop. You will have to turn on the Bluetooth if the keyboard is not connected to your Tab.

Key Specifications:

  • Display: 13″ 2K (2160 x 1350), IPS, touchscreen, 100% sRGB
  • Processor: Up to 11th Gen Intel® Core™ i7
  • Operating System: Windows 10 Pro
  • Battery: Up to 10 hours
  • Memory: 16GB RAM
  • Audio: 2 * Dolby Audio Speakers
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 6. Bluetooth 5.1
  • Camera: 1MP HD 720p with microphone array


  • Fast charging
  • Huge memory
  • Smooth Performance
  • Affordable pricing
  • Big and quality display
  • Integrated keyboard and Kickstand
  • Hybrid design


  • Fast draining battery life
  • The transition to the tablet system is a bit slow
  • Weak speakers

9. Lenovo Smart Tab M10 Plus

Lenovo Smart Tab M10 Plus

People usually tend to purchase tablets that are cheaper while being portable at the same time. With Lenovo Smart Tab M10 Plus, you’re getting a device perfect for usual tasks like watching videos, scrolling social media, editing media that takes less out of your CPU, etc., even without spending much (what more do you want, right?). 

Moreover, the tablet has a bright display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 that works great in a daylight or dark environment. However, to be very honest, the tablet is not designed for heaving tasking. If you use the Lenovo Smart Tab M10 Plus for intense gaming, high-quality editing, or such other heaving performance, it’s pretty obvious for you to encounter lags.

One of the most prominent features is the kid mode feature. With kid mode, you can set pin-code locks on various apps, protecting your young ones. Being one of the best family-friendly tablets, the Lenovo Smart Tab M10 Plus has three pre-installed monster-themed apps that are wholely designed for kids. We’re sure that your kids going to love these apps featuring games, videos, audio content, and many more.

Key Specifications:

  • Processor: Mediatek MT6762 Helio P22T (12 nm), Octa-core (4×2.3 GHz Cortex-A53 & 4×1.8 GHz Cortex-A53)
  • Display: 10.3 inches, 1200 x 1920 pixels, IPS LCD, 
  • Operating System: Android 9.0 (Pie)
  • Memory: 32GB 2GB RAM, 64GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 4GB RAM, eMMC 5.1
  • Battery: Li-Po 7000 mAh
  • Camera: 8 MP, AF, 1080p@30fps, 5 MP
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.0


  • Has charging dock
  • Smart display
  • Engaging software
  • Colorful screen


  • Outdated Android OS
  • Below-average battery life
  • Weak performance

10. Lenovo Smart Tab M8

Lenovo Smart Tab M8

Honestly, there aren’t that many tablets priced under $100. It’s surprising what this budget tablet is capable of. We didn’t expect much, but we got a bit more.

The Lenovo Smart Tab M8 seems a tough competition to beat right out of the box, at least in the design section. With glass covering the whole front and the Slate Grey aluminum running in the back, the device seems to be ready to attract a healthy number of eyes. In simple words, Lenovo has put in efforts ensuring the Smart Tab M8 doesn’t look or feel cheap in any manner.

Although the 8-inch offering a resolution of 1280 x 800 might be disappointing in papers, the overall performance is surprisingly great. Using a while made me realize that the screen was undoubtedly HD. Moreover, the color and the brightness were just perfect oriented so that viewers had less to complain about. 

If nothing about the device impresses, the battery certainly will. A fully charged Lenovo Tab M8 can run around 13-15 hours, even when you decide to take a day off and enjoy movies on this device throughout the day. Sadly, you’ll not get a powerful CPU, but for the price available, I don’t think the M8 Tab is a bad deal to crack.

Key Specifications:

  • Processor: Mediatek MT6761 Helio A22 (12 nm), Quad-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A53
  • Display: 8.0 inches, 800 x 1280 pixels, IPS LCD, 
  • Operating System: Android 9.0 (Pie)
  • Memory: 16GB 2GB RAM, 32GB 3GB RAM, eMMC 5.1
  • Battery: Li-Po 5000 mAh
  • Camera: 5 MP, AF, 1080p, 2 MP, 720 p
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.0


  • Engaging design
  • Affordable
  • Long battery life
  • Colorful display


  • Poor audio quality
  • Outdated Operating System
  • Weak performance

Why is Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 above Lenovo Foldable Thinkpad X1 Fold?

Considering how every Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Fold element turns out, it undoubtedly deserves to hold on to the first place. However, some reasons made us place the Yoga Tab 13 above on our list of the best Lenovo tablets.

The concept of a flip-up screen is excellent, but foldable devices are still far-flung apart from covering distance and making it to audiences’ hearts and minds. The same factor is fueled by the price for which the X1 Foldable is available. Costing at a whopping $2,499 even without the Stylus and keyboard will not please many. 

At the same time, Yoga Tab 13 seems fitting to limitless possibilities without harming the budget much. Whether we talk about the design or the hardware in use, everything is meant to meet the set of structured, productive requirements. With a brilliant 13-inch display operating at 2160×1350 resolution, powerful Snapdragon 870 chipset, 8 Gigabytes of RAM, 10200 mAh battery, and more, the Yoga Tab 13 prepares users to feel the ability of robust tablets.

Is Lenovo a good brand for a tablet?

There is no denying that whenever we think of tablets, the ones from Apple and Samsung start running across our minds. But there are other big guns in the tech industry that have started making a mark in the tablet niche, Lenovo being one of them.

Lenovo, with recent releases, has executed the mix of value and performance in the most promising manner. While several premium Lenovo tablets are built to deliver excellent all-around performances, there are also budget-friendly options that can help you deal with usual everyday tasks without putting much load on your pocket. 

Offering premium, handy and cost-effective options, Lenovo as a tablet brand is still on the evolution stage, but thankfully all in the positive direction. As I’m writing this piece, there are several good Lenovo tablets available to invest your money in, and honestly, those won’t disappoint.

Which are the best, Lenovo Tablets or Samsung Tablets?

Comparing Lenovo Tablets with Samsung will usually put the latter on top in most cases. The fact is expected to be pretty much accepted by many; however, the former is not lagging. With the time frame for which they have been around, Samsung tablets seem to know the requirements much better, but you can never look down on the fact that the efficient ones cost more. On the other hand, Lenovo offers a comparatively better machine at affordable pricing. Yes, there are premium models too, but when you’re ready to spend a handsome amount out of your pocket, grabbing the user experience and user interface of Samsung tablets sounds like a great deal. The future is uncertain, though, and it might just take one tablet to spin the whole table in the tech sphere.

Final Thoughts

Overall, Lenovo has delivered in the past few years. They have been very competitive with some absolute sleek tablets under their wings. You have to give Lenovo credit because they have listened to their fans and device users. They have kept updating and upgrading their tablets every year.

The other thing that you can appreciate about the Lenovo Tablets is that there is something for everyone. There are some excellent budget-friendly tablets like Lenovo Chromebook Duet (which was our favorite, even though it’s a budget tablet). At the same time, there are also some extraordinary premium tablets available like the Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 and, of course, ThinkPad X1 Foldable.

The only gripe that we have with Lenovo is continuously providing undercooked processors in their tablets. Lenovo needs to work on their software a bit more.

We enjoyed reviewing Lenovo Tablets, and hopefully, we gave you some valuable insights. Have a good one.

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