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Lenovo Tab3 8 Inch HD 16GB Tablet - Black £79.99 @ argos
Lenovo Tab3 8 Inch HD 16GB Tablet - Black £79.99 @ argos

Lenovo Tab3 8 Inch HD 16GB Tablet - Black £79.99 @ argos

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Seems quite good for a tablet running android 6.0 and 2gb ram.

Lenovo Tab 3 8 inch is made for reading, movies, and games. 16 GB of internal storage and 64 GB memory card capacity, so there's no need to limit how many selfies you take. Ideal for sharing, all of the family can have their own profiles. Special kid's area, where you can control their access to websites and apps. 8 hours battery life and portable design, simply slide into your bag and read on your commute to work.

One tablet for the whole family. Create multiple accounts all on the same tablet and use kid's mode to set safe web browsing and time limits.

Keep your content private and separated from other accounts, by using clever face recognition technology to unlock your tablet.

The 8 inch HD display and Dolby Atmos audio automatically adjusts to the apps you're using, thanks to unique adaptive display technology.

Model number: za170136gb.

Display:

8 inch screen.Resolution 1280 x 800 pixels.IPS technology.Multi-touch screen.LED backlit display.

Specifications:

1GHz Quad-Core Processor mt8161 quad core processor.2GB RAM.Internal storage capacity 16GB.Front facing camera 2MP.Rear facing camera 5MP.64 GB memory card capacity.Android android 6.0 operating system.

General features:

Built-in speaker.Webcam.Wi-Fi enabled.Bluetooth - enabling you to easily and wirelessly connect with other Bluetooth enabled devices.3.5mm stereo headphone jack.Microphone.microSD memory card slot.1 x USB 2.0.Micro USB.Dual speakers with dolby atmos - immerse yourself in deep, booming dolby atmos sound that delivers a theatre-like experience for watching movies and shows.Slim compact design - the slim design fits easily into handbags and is perfect for families that like to be connected and entertained while staying mobile.New to tab3 series - stay productive with new features like intuitive gesture shortcuts to launch apps, and intelligent face-recognition to unlock the device.

Additional information:

Up to 8 hours battery life (depending on usage).8.9mm thin.Size H21, W12.5cm.Weight 329g.EAN: 190404863278.

24 Comments

Processor aint very good

Any comments on this or the new Kindle 8? I just want it for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and the like, and web browsing, but no games or anything.

I bought this 10 days or so ago as a refurbished (it was brand new) £59.99 and as few days later Argos reduced it to £54.99. Well made, very good for web browsing, watching TV, You Tube etc. Looking at their pricing history though I wouldn't shell out £79.99 - here's a 10" "refurb" for £74.99 ebay.co.uk/itm…XZl

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Processor aint very good


It's £80, and a perfectly capable processor for this price bracket
Edited by: "preecey" 11th Jun

BristolBillyBob

Any comments on this or the new Kindle 8? I just want it for Netflix, … Any comments on this or the new Kindle 8? I just want it for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and the like, and web browsing, but no games or anything.



​Ive got the 8gb version for the kids and they always watch Netflix no problems, space gets eaten quick even with sd card!!
But if its only Netflix etc you be fine

Disco.Dave25 m ago

Cheaper here http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm?itemId=332156150846



£5 for saving for a refurbed unit versus new isn't worth it in my opinion

Bradmax57

£5 for saving for a refurbed unit versus new isn't worth it in my opinion



​This is the 10.1 version not 8"

Fair do's but its not the same item is it......

have to say tho that is a good price for a 10.1" tablet
Edited by: "Bradmax57" 11th Jun

I've had this for about a year. A good tablet apart from the Volume buttons. Presses of which often don't get recognised by the tablet.

Love my 2 Amazon Fire's for £30 each, one on charge while I'm using the other one.

To anyone to who one of these, what is the latest firmware/ROM released for it right now?
I believe it is still on Android 6.0.1, but what's the security patch level (what date)?

This tablet is pathetic. The 2GB do not help at all. The cpu is old and bad. It was bad even when launched. And 720p....please. Stick to Nexus 7, Nexus 9, Hudl 2, Mi pad 1&2, Shield K1, Huawei M1 or T1. Lenovo Tab 4 should launch in the near future.
Edited by: "CosminD83" 12th Jun

CosminD83

This tablet is pathetic. The 2GB do not help at all. The cpu is old and … This tablet is pathetic. The 2GB do not help at all. The cpu is old and bad. It was bad even when launched. And 720p....please. Stick to Nexus 7, Nexus 9, Hudl 2, Mi pad 1&2, Shield K1, Huawei M1 or T1. Lenovo Tab 4 should launch in the near future.


I have a Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 which has a very similar performing processor to the one found in this and I find it OK for most tasks. Sometimes the occasional website can cause it to stutter, but it isn't overly concerning.

It must be said that I am very easily annoyed by sluggish IT equipment and I haven't yet been disappointed with the performance of my Yoga Tab 3

anyone recommend a decent android tablet for around £200? no recent deals found whilst searching

rollmesome

anyone recommend a decent android tablet for around £200? no recent deals … anyone recommend a decent android tablet for around £200? no recent deals found whilst searching



nVidia Shield K1, HTC Nexus 9, ASUS Nexus 7 (2nd gen), Tesco Hudl 2, XIaomi Mi pad 2, Huawei T2 7', Huawei M2 8', Acer Predator 8'. It does not matter if some are old models. They still beat most tablets. DO NOT BUY: Lenovo tab1-tab3, Samsung non-S models, Lenovo Yoga (expensive), Acer Iconia





Edited by: "CosminD83" 13th Jun

BristolBillyBob

Any comments on this or the new Kindle 8? I just want it for Netflix, … Any comments on this or the new Kindle 8? I just want it for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and the like, and web browsing, but no games or anything.



For video content you need to aim for 1080p. 720p on tablets looks like crap. And at least 2GB memory ram. Kindle tablets are ok for Amazon content only, they suck for everything else.
Edited by: "CosminD83" 13th Jun

rollmesome

anyone recommend a decent android tablet for around £200? no recent deals … anyone recommend a decent android tablet for around £200? no recent deals found whilst searching



There's a Samsung tablet for £199 at John Lewis. Free delivery plus 2 year warranty if you're interested.

CosminD83

This tablet is pathetic. The 2GB do not help at all. The cpu is old and … This tablet is pathetic. The 2GB do not help at all. The cpu is old and bad. It was bad even when launched. And 720p....please. Stick to Nexus 7, Nexus 9, Hudl 2, Mi pad 1&2, Shield K1, Huawei M1 or T1. Lenovo Tab 4 should launch in the near future.


its fine for a cheap tablet. I use it for internet radio / Spotify & some browsing. I use other more powerful options for more taxing tasks.

Does this have an HDMI port? Thank you.

CosminD83

nVidia Shield K1, HTC Nexus 9, ASUS Nexus 7 (2nd gen), Tesco Hudl 2, … nVidia Shield K1, HTC Nexus 9, ASUS Nexus 7 (2nd gen), Tesco Hudl 2, XIaomi Mi pad 2, Huawei T2 7', Huawei M2 8', Acer Predator 8'. It does not matter if some are old models. They still beat most tablets. DO NOT BUY: Lenovo tab1-tab3, Samsung non-S models, Lenovo Yoga (expensive), Acer Iconia


I'm sorry, but you are recommending models which cannot be had for £200 'now'. The majority models you've listed have been discontinued or are very difficult to buy within the UK.
The Nexus 9, uh... what year are we in now? And don't get me started on the Hudl... my friend are you stuck in 2014? Those tablets can no longer be bought.
I've been searching for a Shield K1 since the last time it went on sale for £150 (which sadly I missed out). Now it is nowhere to be found for new at £200.
And I suppose you are happy with a laptop at 15.6" with 1366x768 resolution, yet a tablet at 8" with 1280x800 at a budget price does no justice?
Comparing this the Lenovo Tab 3 to the Nvidia Shield K1 is like comparing a Nissan Leaf to a Mercedes Benz E-class.

thank you

CosminD83

nVidia Shield K1, HTC Nexus 9, ASUS Nexus 7 (2nd gen), Tesco Hudl 2, … nVidia Shield K1, HTC Nexus 9, ASUS Nexus 7 (2nd gen), Tesco Hudl 2, XIaomi Mi pad 2, Huawei T2 7', Huawei M2 8', Acer Predator 8'. It does not matter if some are old models. They still beat most tablets. DO NOT BUY: Lenovo tab1-tab3, Samsung non-S models, Lenovo Yoga (expensive), Acer Iconia


I mean, it's not a bad tablet, I've got one, but i paid £79.99 for it about 6 months ago so it's not the best deal ever. I haven't voted.

Kei1

I'm sorry, but you are recommending models which cannot be had for £200 … I'm sorry, but you are recommending models which cannot be had for £200 'now'. The majority models you've listed have been discontinued or are very difficult to buy within the UK.The Nexus 9, uh... what year are we in now? And don't get me started on the Hudl... my friend are you stuck in 2014? Those tablets can no longer be bought.I've been searching for a Shield K1 since the last time it went on sale for £150 (which sadly I missed out). Now it is nowhere to be found for new at £200.And I suppose you are happy with a laptop at 15.6" with 1366x768 resolution, yet a tablet at 8" with 1280x800 at a budget price does no justice?Comparing this the Lenovo Tab 3 to the Nvidia Shield K1 is like comparing a Nissan Leaf to a Mercedes Benz E-class.



The fact that you can find them hard does not change the fact they are the best. You can find them, it's not impossible. And the fact they are 3 years old does not matter. The mobile cpu industry for tablets has not evolved much. They still out perform most tablets in the same budget. All these can be found on eBay.
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