Lenovo announces a slew of budget Android tablets starting at just $69

Android tablets are on a lifeline that refuses to go out, and most recently, Lenovo is the latest company keeping this form factor alive with five new tablets that are coming out just in time for the holiday shopping season — including the Lenovo Tab E7, Tab E8, Tab E10, Tab M10, and Tap P10.

Tab E7

Tab E7

With the Tab E7, E8, and E10, Lenovo's specifically targeting families that want affordable tablets to keep their kids entertained without breaking the bank. The E7 is running Android Oreo (Go Edition) and has a 7.3-inch display with a battery that's rated for 5 hours of video watching. If you upgrade to the E8, you get an 8-inch HD display, 10 hours of local video playback, and a front-facing speaker with Dolby Atmos support.

Lastly, the Tab E10 gives you a 10.1-inch HD display, Dolby Atmos, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor.

In regards to pricing, the E series goes as follows:

  • The Tab E7 should be available this October for $69.99 exclusively through walmart.com
  • The Tab E8 is available in Walmart stores now for $99.99
  • The Tab E10 starts at $129.99 and will be available from Walmart and other "select retailers" this October

Tab M10

Tab M10

Next up, we've got Lenovo's more premium tablet offerings — the Tab M10 and P10.

While the M10 has a 10.1-inch screen just like the E10, the resolution is bumped up from HD to Full HD. A Snapdragon 1.8GHz octa-core CPU is found under the hood, and an optional "Kids Pack" gives you a special bumper case and kid-focused software features.

Moving over to the P10, this ditches the plastic design of all the other tablets in favor of a glass and metal one. There are four speakers paired with Dolby Atmos, an 8MP autofocus rear camera, and a 5MP fixed-focus front-facing camera.

On the pricing and availability side of things, both the M10 and P10 will be available for pre-order from Amazon this winter.

What do you think about these tablets? Do you plan on picking any of them up? Let us know in the comments below!

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Joe Maring

Joe Maring was a Senior Editor for Android Central between 2017 and 2021. You can reach him on Twitter at @JoeMaring1.