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The Lenovo Smart Tab P10 is one of those quirks in the tablet space. It really positions itself on a higher pedestal by offering Amazon Alexa integration – something you won’t find too often in this segment. Doubling as a versatile smart display and speaker, it’s quite the compelling package when you figure that this Android tablet starts at $300. Sure, it won’t win in the speed department with its processor, nor does it take great photos with its cameras, but it’s the perfect thing for the home since it can quickly be used on-the-go to get stuff done – and subsequently be placed back on the dock to provide us with all the wonders of Alexa.
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10 thoughts on “Lenovo Smart Tab P10 is a smart screen that turns into a tablet”

  • Richie snowdon says:

    A real deal breaker for me is if it supports the apple music Alexa skill. Anyone with one of these who could tell me if this supports it would be appreciated

  • Gianni Pìgnoli says:

    Hi, I have a question about the audio exit. I immagine the audio jack is located on the tablet. If you connect a headphone jack into Lenovo, but it is connected with the dock station. Can you listen music from the headphone and alexa's answer from the station? 🤔And anyway, if it doesn't work like this. In the situation described, how it does work?

  • I still can't believe Lenovo is releasing such a thing, as they're absolute garbage when it comes to Android updates. They're shipping 8.1 in a time when Android 10 is on its way, and my Yoga Tab 3 Pro is still stuck on Android 6.0 with a buggy UX despite an upgrade to 7.1 having been promised. I wish Google banned Lenovo from making any more Android products unless they can prove themselves with their existing devices.

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