Deal | Lenovo Tab M9 drops to all-time low in new tablet sale
A low-end Android tablet is a great choice for kids or users who are in the market for a secondary device that can be used for streaming Netflix or other basic applications such as web browsing. Aside from the well-known Amazon Fire tablets, the Lenovo Tab M9 is another noteworthy product in this segment as the 9-inch slate has now returned to its lowest sale price yet.
To be more exact, Best Buy is now selling the Lenovo Tab M9, which was released earlier this year and sports the MediaTek Helio G80 octa-core CPU with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable mass storage, for a budget-friendly price of US$99 including free shipping or store pickup. Alternatively, the Android 12 device is also on sale at Amazon, which is where the Lenovo tablet can be ordered for US$109. Please note that only the Amazon deal includes the official Folio Case for the Tab M9, which is arguably worth the additional US$10 unless some shoppers plan to use the slate without any protection or stand.
Please refer to our in-depth review for more impressions on the Lenovo Tab M9, which features a surprisingly elegant metal chassis. Furthermore, even this affordable WiFi variant is equipped with a GPS module, and we have also praised the long battery life of almost 16 hours when surfing the web and the non-flickering IPS display. On the other hand, the Lenovo tablet's cameras are underwhelming, and the Chinese tech giant could certainly improve its software update policy. Nevertheless, modest users who don't play demanding Android games or are working with professional applications may want to pay closer attention to this budget-friendly deal.
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