Lenovo is renewing its entry-level tablet, the Tab M10 Plus, by declining it in a 3rd generation which leaves little room for surprise. A tablet that can be used by everyone in a family, at the cost of some sacrifices.
Far from being a bad tablet, the Lenovo M10 Plus (3rd Gen) isn’t flawless either. It can easily be used as a family tablet, for young and old alike. Its screen is good, as is its autonomy which will delight more than one. But it shows its limits quite quickly, especially in terms of performance, which even if they are respectable, will find their limits in intensive use. As often with tablets, the photo section is to be reserved for videoconferences.
- Elegant design.
- Good screen.
- Correct performance (even if slowdowns in use).
- Good autonomy.
- Anecdotal photo part.
- Long to recharge.
NB: The reported price drop is calculated by comparing the lowest price of the day with the average of the lowest prices charged by all merchants for the product last month, with security rules to exclude prices from shops whose the VAT policy is not clear (known as “grey” shops, typically in the case of imports from China).
The Realme Pad Mini is a compact tablet whose 8.7-inch screen diagonal is like a UFO at a time when competing models are getting bigger and bigger. For a contained price, the device shows overall satisfactory performance and provides long-lasting autonomy. But a tablet is above all a multimedia consumption tool, and with its screen with a definition limited to 720p, it makes a concession that is a little too visible.