FB in D, 26 Jun 2017I agree. I love my new Lenovo Tab 3 8-inch, but what do we need them for? With phones that do ... morePhablets killed tablets lol I would rather buy a 4GB RAM Chromebook than a tablet, it's very light, fast, and has a full keyboard not to mention future Android app support. I personally would consider the Surface Pro to be a tablet more than a laptop even if it's running a full x64 operating system, unless they were also using the keyboard attachment too on the flight then I guess it's a laptop lol
AnonD-647900, 26 Jun 2017The tablet sector is either dead or dying a slow agonizing death. I agree. I love my new Lenovo Tab 3 8-inch, but what do we need them for? With phones that do everyting at 5.5 or 6.0 inches, why even have tablets? I was on a 3-hour flight last night, and everyone had a device turned on. I walked up and down the aisle, and saw about 96% phones, 2% tablets, and 2% laptops or Surface Pro type products. Tells ya' something.
The tablet sector is either dead or dying a slow agonizing death.
It doesn't sound all that different from my Lenovo A7600F, which I rather like as a nice generic name brand tablet. But other than a more modern Android OS, I don't see a strong reason to 'upgrade'. What am I missing here?
Was waiting for this affordable decent specs tab since feb, already bought a 2nd hand mediapad m3, lenovo, please improves, your products are great with good pricing. But only available half years later after announced?? That's awful.
Not even my kids want this weak tablet to do what? To listen mp3's and watching photos?
Why bother launch a tablet with this weak hardware. And then they say the market is dying. They either release a tablet very powerful and attach a keyboard to make it a laptop substitute (which doesnt work) or release with very weak hardware to make it unusable. Just make a tablet which is a tablet.