Android devices used to focus on customer needs, but the Tab3 10 for Business shows how the ecosystem is evolving, thanks to the still-fledgling Android for Work. This case, the tablet seems best suited for purpose-built apps rather than general productivity, mainly considering that it doesn’t come with a keyboard. But you could say the same about the iPad Pro, that’s also moving into business, and both of them have Windows tablets worried
The Lenovo Tab3 10 Business is featured a 1.3GHz quad-core and it comes with 2 gigabyte of RAM. The tablet packs 16 gigabyte of internal storage that can be expanded via a microSD card. As far as cameras are concerned, the Lenovo Tab3 10 Business packs a 8 MP primary camera on the back and a 5 MPl front shooter for selfies.
The Lenovo Tab3 10 Business runs Android 6.0. Connectivity options include GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi. Sensors on the tablet include Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor.
The Lenovo Tab 3 10 Business, available as LTE only or with an Wi-Fi connection, features a durable design with a Gorilla Glass 3 panel. It is an attractively affordable point-of-sales system and it comes pre-loaded with Android for Work, an application that lets you separate your business apps and docs from your personal ones.
The Tab3 10 business has a full USB port (increasingly rare on tablets), plus 7000mAh battery can last up to 12 hours.
The 10-inch tablet houses a microSD card slot for expanding its space and a full-USB port for easily connecting a flash drive or mouse. Rolling out in July, its US pricing starts at $199 for the 32 gigabyte model and $299 for the 64 gigabyte model. Pricing hasn’t been announced yet for the UK and Australia, but the 32 gigabyte model and 64 gigabyte model convert to £140 and £210, or AU$280 and AU$420.