A 14.5-inch, 3000 x 1876, 120 Hz OLED with an ambient colour sensor serves as the display of the Lenovo Tab Extreme. That’s substantial, and the tablet itself weighs 740 g. (1.63 lbs). The Lenovo Precision Pen 3, a magnetically attachable Bluetooth pen with 4,096 pressure levels, tilt sensitivity and all the standard detection, is provided for pen input.
The Lenovo Tab Extreme Keyboard, which attaches to the tablet using magnets and pogo pins and is powered by the tablet battery, is the major new addition to this tab. With the tablet floating above the keyboard, the entire design is a rip-off of Apple‘s Magic Keyboard. The screen may be tilted to a comfortable position, or you can simply close the device like a typical laptop thanks to the hinge, which functions similarly to a laptop. Full-size keyboard with lighted keys and a little trackpad at the bottom.
A MediaTek Dimensity 9000 serves as the SoC of the Lenovo Tab Extreme. It’s a Cortex X2 chip, which places it in the same generation as the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and makes it fairly uncommon in the Android market. The tablet comes with a 12300 mAh battery, 256GB of storage, 12GB of RAM, and 68 W rapid charging. It contains three cameras: a 13 MP front sensor, a 13 MP main sensor in the back, and a 5 MP wide-angle sensor. The power key has a fingerprint sensor, a microSD card slot, and support for Wi-Fi 6E. The tablet boasts eight speakers because Lenovo wants it to be a powerhouse of sound. Lenovo also provides four years of security updates in addition to three years of major Android updates for the tablet, which ships with Android 13.
Two USB-C ports are present here, one in the tablet’s typical location in the middle and the other in the corner of the same side. Both are functional for charging, reverse charging and audio out. DisplayPort out is handled by one of the Type-C 3.2 Gen 1 ports, while DisplayPort in is handled by the other 2.0 port. With Android, the tablet may either be a monitor or run another monitor. Two USB-C ports can be accommodated without a problem, eliminating the need for a dongle if you wish to plug in a display and charge the tablet at the same time.
Price & Availability
The Lenovo Tab Extreme is priced at a hefty tag of $1199. There is no information on its release date yet. But it is anticipated that it will be released somewhere around April or May this year and will be available globally.