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.
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.
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).