Lenovo Tab P11 Pro Gen 2: Multimedia tablet with notebook ambitions
The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro Gen 2 presents itself as an all-rounder that is just as suitable for multimedia and gaming as it is for use as a family tablet and productivity station. To these ends, the 11.2-inch tablet, with a resolution of 2560 x 1536 pixels, packs a nominally 600 nits bright OLED screen with 120 Hz and HDR10+ and four Dolby Atmos speakers into a 6.8 millimeter thin case.
Account management and Kid's Mode
At the heart of the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro Gen 2 is the MediaTek Kompanio 1300T and its ARM-GPU Mali-G77 MC9, which deliver very solid performance. Our tests shows that the performance of the MediaTek SoC is more than adequate for playing graphically demanding games like PUBG Mobile in high detail settings such as HDR/Ultra beyond 30 FPS.
Thanks to its integrated account management, the Tab P11 Pro Gen 2 can be comfortably used by several people. Lenovo also provides its tablet with a special Kid's Mode, which parents can use to ensure that their children only have access to child-friendly content.
Laptop view with Windows look
The Lenovo tablet can be well utilized as a productive work station via the optional docking keyboard, equipped with a touchpad, and the Precision Pen 3 stylus with 4096 pressure levels and tilt detection, which is also available separately. The so-called Productivity Mode, which can also be started without a docked keyboard, is designed exactly for this.
In Productivity Mode, the Tab P11 Pro Gen 2 switches to a Windows-like desktop display and can display several apps simultaneously in their own windows. These can be moved, minimized, enlarged and reduced as required. A window management is also integrated. If you drag two apps to the left or right edge of the screen, they are displayed in such a way that they each occupy exactly one half of the desktop.
Read the full review of Lenovo's Tab P11 Pro Gen 2 here.