There are work days that feel unending, and when you do manage to switch off, all you want to do is binge on your favourite reality show without getting off the desk. For times like these, Lenovo launched the Tab P12 Pro. It is essentially a premium tablet that aims to become the one device you need for your work and chill sessions. But does it succeed? Well, read on.
Lenovo Tab P12 Pro review
Big on bingeing
Rounding off the visual experience are the four JBL speakers on board. They can get surprisingly loud and there’s also support for Dolby Atmos, which results in a decent surround sound experience. There’s however no 3.5mm audio jack, so you’ll have to rely on a Bluetooth headset or use the bundled Type-C to audio jack converter.
Where the UI shines again is in the entertainment space. Swipe left on the homescreen, and you’re greeted with Google’s Entertainment Space, which gives you easier access to all your streaming services and content.
Lenovo has bundled the Precision 3 stylus with the tab, and it works as advertised. It’s good for taking quick notes, but it lacks the finesse of the Apple Pencil 2 or even Samsung’s S Pen when you’re in the mood to paint the next Da Vinci. We haven’t tested the keyboard cover, which is an additional purchase.
A solid tablet let down by certain aspects, failing to justify the premium price tag
|Display:||12.6in 2K 120Hz OLED|
|Processor:||Qualcomm Snapdragon 870|
|Memory:||8GB RAM / 256GB storage|
|Battery:||10,200mAh with 30W charging|
|Cameras:||13MP rear + 5MP wide-angle / 8MP front + ToF sensor|
|Dimensions:||5.63 x 285.61 x 184.53 mm|