Excellent new deals make Lenovo Tab P11 cheaper than ever in different versions

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Another day, another great deal on a feature-packed Lenovo tablet. Although slightly older and/or humbler than the Yoga Tab 11, IdeaPad Chromebook Duet 3, Yoga Tab 13, and Chromebook Duet 5 that went on sale at special prices last month, the Android-based Tab P11 now also feels quite attractive in two different configurations, as well as a productivity-boosting bundle.

Digital hoarders will probably be happy to see that the 128GB storage variant of this 11-inch mid-ranger costs $169.99 instead of the $279.99 list price, which is just $10 higher than the entry-level 64 gig model on at the time of this writing, making the latter not really worthwhile from many potential buyers.

Both versions come with the same, albeit unobtrusive, 4GB RAM count, mind you, as well as a microSD card slot that allows you to easily expand the aforementioned internal storage space, a fairly powerful Snapdragon 662 processor under the hood, pretty sharp 2000 x 1200 IPS screen with fairly thin bezels and no fewer than four Dolby Atmos-optimized speakers for a surprisingly solid multimedia experience.

Priced at $159.99 and up, the Lenovo Tab P11 rivals Amazon’s Fire HD 10 directly for the title of best android tablet to buy on a tight budget… while offering some crystal clear benefits in some key departments.

This ultra-affordable villain on sale for a supposedly limited time only at hefty discounts than ever, is generally faster, arguably more handsome and generally better equipped than its non-Google Play-supporting alternative, not to mention that it also charges faster and lasts longer between charges.

In addition, you can currently buy the Tab P11 alongside a Lenovo Precision Pen 2 and a full-size keyboard for a combined price of $239.99 after a huge total discount of $160. As you can imagine, that’s a completely unprecedented deal that probably won’t be eclipsed anytime soon (if ever).

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