14 March 2023

REVIEW: Lenovo Tab P11 Pro

Overall, I have to say that I was very impressed with the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro. The tablet is well-designed, with a premium look and feel that's sure to turn heads. The standout feature, of course, is the stunning 11.5-inch OLED screen, which offers vibrant colors, sharp resolution, and excellent viewing angles. Whether you're watching movies, browsing the web, or playing games, the Tab P11 Pro delivers an exceptional visual experience.

In terms of performance, the Tab P11 Pro is no slouch. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor and 6GB of RAM provide smooth and responsive performance, with no lag or stuttering to speak of. Whether you're running multiple apps at once or using demanding programs, the Tab P11 Pro can handle it all with ease.

One of the things that sets the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro apart from other tablets is the inclusion of a keyboard accessory. The keyboard attaches magnetically to the bottom of the tablet, providing a laptop-like typing experience that's perfect for productivity on the go. The keys are well-spaced and comfortable to type on, and the trackpad is responsive and easy to use. While the keyboard is an optional accessory (you'll need to purchase it separately), it's definitely worth considering if you plan to use the Tab P11 Pro for work or school.

Another standout feature of the Tab P11 Pro is the included stylus. The stylus is comfortable to hold and works well with the tablet's touchscreen, offering excellent accuracy and sensitivity. It's great for taking notes, drawing, or just navigating the interface with more precision.

The only real downside to the Tab P11 Pro is its battery life, which could be better. While Lenovo claims that the tablet can last up to 15 hours on a single charge, I found that in real-world use, it tended to last closer to 8-10 hours with moderate use. That's still pretty decent, but not quite as impressive as some other tablets on the market.

One area where the Tab P11 Pro falls a bit short is in the camera department. While the 13-megapixel rear camera and 8-megapixel front-facing camera are serviceable, they're not exactly top-of-the-line. If you're someone who likes to take a lot of photos or video with your tablet, you might be a bit disappointed. To be fair, however, the only person I've ever known who took photos with a tablet was my gran.

Overall, though, I think the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro is an excellent choice for anyone in the market for a high-end Android tablet. It offers great performance, a gorgeous screen, and some nice extras (like the keyboard and stylus) that really set it apart from the competition. If you're looking for a tablet for work, entertainment, or both, the Tab P11 Pro is definitely worth considering.

From £439

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