Lenovo Tab 4, 8" Android Tablet, Quad-Core Processor, 1.4GHz, 16GB Storage, Slate Black, ZA2B0009US
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- THEATER-LIKE MULTIMEDIA: 8-inch tablet has a brilliant HD display with booming Dolby Atmos Audio and built-in dual-stereo front-facing speakers perfect for binge-watching TV and movies on-the-go
- TABLET FOR KIDS: Transform to a kids tablet with Lenovo Kid's Pack, including a shock-resistant bumper, blue-light screen filter and fun stickers; family sharing is now a breeze. Connectivity: 802.11 b/g/n Wireless + Bluetooth 4.0
- MULTI-ACCOUNT: At less than 2 lbs, it's the first tablet to hide many tablets in one with multi-user and multi-space functionality. Dual front-facing speakers with Dolby Atmos
- HIGH PERFORMANCE ANDROID TABLET: Wifi tablet has a 64-bit Quad-core Snapdragon processor of up to 1.4 GHz, 2GB of RAM, plus an epic 20 hour battery life for seamless performance on any day-to-day tasks. Ports: MicroSD slot, combo audio jack
- BOX CONTAINS: Lenovo Tablet Tab 4 8, Charger, USB Cable, Safety/Warranty Guide, Quick-Start Guide; perfect tablet for kids or play
- NOTE: Refer the User Manual before use.
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Transform Your Tablet
The Tab 4 has you covered beyond what other slate tablets offer by helping you secure your data with multi-user and multi space functionality.
The Tab 4 reinvents the slate tablet, by becoming better with a choice of packs.
Lenovo Tab 4 - 8 Inch
A Beautiful and Powerful Tablet for the Family
The Lenovo Tab 4 8 is the first tablet to combine many tablets in one.
Beautifully designed, powerfully built, the Tab 4 8 is the quintessential family tablet made for sharing in the modern household.
Up to 7 users can open their own accounts for their own customized space within the tablet. And you can specialize them even further.
The Tab 4 8 offers an optional pack to transform the Lenovo Tab 4 series into dedicated kid’s tablets.
Transform Your Tablet
Make your Tab 4 useful, even when you’re not actively using it. The Alexa-powered Home Assistant Pack gets you info like news, weather and even trivia questions - all with the command of your voice. When combined with Tab 4’s display, visual information is shared to go along with responses from Home Assistant.
Brilliant HD Display
Enjoy a solid visual experience with the 8" HD display, which gives your photos and movies a vibrant feel that you’ll want to share with the entire family.
Is someone other than you using your device? The Tab 4 8 makes user sharing a breeze, each with their own dedicated profile, interface, and storage.
Offers robust performance from 64-bit Quad-core Snapdragon processors of up to 1.4 GHz. Coupled with 2GB of RAM, the Tab 4 8 handles any day-to-day task in the home with remarkable ease.
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BUT--the device has a fatal flaw--it does not work reliably with micro SD cards AT ALL. I tried multiple, brand new cards, and the tablet was not able to format and use any of them reliably. Some would work the first time, but quickly get corrupted and become unusable. Others, the tablet couldn't recognize them at all from the start.
When you've got a device with only 16 GB of onboard storage, roughly 10 GB of which is taken up by the OS, leaving you with 6 GB of space, this just isn't workable. Without being able to expand your storage with an SD card, you end up with no room for apps, movies, games, etc.
Hopefully Lenovo can fix this at some point, but it seems from other reviews that this is a really common problem. It's a shame, because otherwise it'd be one of the few mid-range tablets on the market to truly be worth the money.
It's snappy and fast. Feels durable. Is durable (we've dropped it once or twice already without incident). The screen is beautiful. But most importantly, it sounds awesome. I love laying in bed watching Netflix on this tablet because the stereo front-facing speakers make it sound almost as good as sitting in my living room. This is my new portable TV.
Previous to this version I tried the 8 inch version with 2GB of RAM. Dont waste you time with the 2GB version. Due to the small amount of RAM the tablet ends up slow and unresponsive, even if you are just checking your email or browsing the web. The difference between the screen sizes is noticeable. I tended to use the 8 inch version vertically (portrait), whereas the 10 inch version seem more natural in the horizontal or landscape position.
The dual speakers on the front are loud and clear. The screen is sharp and can get very bright. I have the LTE version and have a SIM card from Freedompop and they work well together. I used it last week as a point-of-sale for local non-profit and was very happy with the result. It has a headphone jack and a type-C charging port. The finger print reader is on the bottom when you hold it in the landscape position. Ultimately I am very pleased with the 4GB and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a fast and modern Android tablet
Everything setup very easily and I was able to download and install the apps from Google play I had on the previous tablet easily. In fact, it was much easier than I had expected. The GPS initially took almost 30 minutes to lock on to the satellites but now it locks on in less than a minute. This is a common occurrence when using GPS for the first time and also when turned on in a new location many miles away.
I have a mixed reaction to this latest version of Android. Thinking back, I believe that Kit Kat may have been the best version. This Nougat version has moved things around and I find it hard to find some settings.
The only area that I have a problem with is the misleading run time specification of 20 hours. I don't know how that figure was determined but doing things like checking email and looking at news on the internet will cause that 20 hour figure to drop well below 10 hours. If I was streaming a video, I would think that perhaps 6 hours would be all it could do. Perhaps if you were playing a installed game or something like that it could go over 10 hours. This is still better than the Nexus 7 so it's not a problem for me.
Overall I'm very pleased with the Lenovo and it has exceeded my expectations. I don't hesitate to recommend the unit.