Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad Studio Tablet Arrives With JBL Speakers


Lenovo has a wide range of tablets. The latest one to arrive in China is the Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad Studio. This model is focusing on a high-quality audio experience, thanks to the JBL speakers. The price has been kept pocket-friendly. Hence, those looking for a tablet with high-quality audio experience on a budget should check out this tablet. In this article, we will explore the specifications, features, highlights, and pricing of the Xiaoxin Pad Studio.

Specifications

Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad Studio Tablet

Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad Studio comes with an 11.5-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels resolution. Plus, it gets a high refresh rate of 90Hz providing a buttery smooth experience. The camera is not the best part of this tablet. It features an 8MP rear single shooter and an 8MP front-facing camera for selfies. In the performance department, Lenovo’s latest tablet runs on a Helio G99 chip from MediaTek. It is a mid-range processor and can handle day-to-day tasks with some gaming. The tablet runs on an 8600mAh capacity battery.

Features & Highlights of Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad Studio Tablet

Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad Studio Tablet

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  • Immersive Audio: JBL eight-speaker system with Dolby Atmos and Hi-Res Audio certification (26W) for an immersive audio experience.
  • Versatile Connectivity:¬† It has a 3.5mm audio jack.
  • Kickstand:¬†The built-in kickstand makes it easy to watch videos, make video calls, or work on documents.
  • Stylus Support:¬† You can use a stylus to take notes or draw on the display.

Pricing

The Xiaoxin Pad Studio comes in two variants: 8/128GB and 8/256 GB. They are priced at 1,299 yuan (~$180) and 1,499 yuan (~$208) respectively. The tablet is currently available in China with no official wording for a global release. That said, the Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad Studio is an audio-focused tablet targeting users who want a better multimedia experience on a budget. The display seems decent and the addition of JBL speakers makes it stand out. For more details, you can check out Lenovo’s official website.¬†
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