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Lenovo Tab Extreme Now Available in US at $949

All you need to know about the Tab Extreme which has now debuted in the US.

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Lenovo Tab Extreme

After being released as Legion Y900 in China, Lenovo Tab Extreme has finally debuted on the Best Buy website and is currently up for sale in the US.

The Lenovo Tab Extreme, which is a 14.5-inch Android tablet, is now available in stores across the US. Although it was briefly listed on Lenovo’s website, it has since been removed. However, it has now been listed on Best Buy for $949, including a pen and folio case.

It seems like the Lenovo Tab Extreme will be launched earlier than expected, most likely around June 1st. It’s worth noting that the 14.5-inch tablet was announced in January with a starting price of $1200. It is now available for purchase at Best Buy, and while the starting price has gone down, it still starts at a hefty $949. However, it is still a feature-rich tablet.

Lenovo Tab Extreme Specifications and Features

The Lenovo Tab Extreme has a 14.5-inch ultra-wide display with a 3K resolution, which is its biggest enhancement. Lenovo has partnered with Goodix Technology to improve the light sensor for more accurate color temperature and surrounding luminosity functions. Additionally, the device features PWM dimming up to 1920Hz, a peak brightness of 500 nits, a contrast ratio of 1 million:1, and 10-bit color depth support. It is also compatible with Dolby Vision.

The Lenovo Tab Extreme tablet has a Dimensity 9000 processor, 12GB LPDDR5X memory, and 256GB extendable UFS 3.1 storage. It also has a 12,300mAh battery that supports 68W fast charging. The Tab Extreme runs on ZUI 15 and has a “super file” feature for easy file sharing between devices. The Tab Extreme by Lenovo features a 13MP and 5MP camera on the back, and a 13MP camera on the front.

Lenovo Tab Extreme Folio Case

The tablet also features impressive audio with 4 JBL tweeters and 4 HJBL ultra-linear woofers. These 8 speakers provide Dolby Atmos support to create an immersive sound experience. Connectivity options include WiFi 6E, Bluetooth 5.3, and USB-C adapter. Security options include Fingerprint sensor and Face unlock.

Lenovo has collaborated with Goodix’s OLED touch solution to create the Xiaoxin Stylus 2nd generation, which promises a smooth writing experience. With 4096-level ultra-high pressure sensitivity and a high response rate, the stylus has been improved both in terms of hardware and software.

Lenovo is shipping the Tab Extreme with Android 13, and they guarantee to provide three significant OS updates and four years of security updates. Apart from the recent improvements Google made to make Android more user-friendly on large screens and tablets, the Tab Extreme also offers a split-screen mode. This feature allows you to split the display into four sections to view up to four apps simultaneously.

The tablet has a Pogo pin connector that allows you to attach an optional detachable keyboard. The keyboard is not included in the purchase price at Best Buy, but the tablet does come with a Folio Case and a pressure-sensitive Lenovo Pen 3 to write and draw on the screen.

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  1. James

    June 4, 2023 at 12:29 am

    Is that floating keyboard it can come with- does that connect via Bluetooth? How does the keyboard obtain power-is it via the pins?

    I’m just wondering if it won’t be possible to use that keyboard with the upcoming Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra, as the tablets have nearly identical designs and physical dimensions!

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