Lenovo intros Moto Tab for AT&T with dual speakers

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Lenovo intros Moto Tab for AT&T with dual speakers

Quick, when was the last time you heard of a Motorola tablet?

Back in 2011, Motorola was one of the biggest names in tablets thanks to the debut of the Motorola Xoom. A lot has happened to the company since then, including changing owners twice.

Lenovo today announced it's first Moto-branded tablet Moto Tab, an everyday, versatile tablet designed for the entertainment.

Details on the price and release date of the Lenovo Moto Tab are now missing. It's an interesting "repurposing" of what would otherwise be a standard tablet although given the cost of the Moto Tab (no word yet on how much extra the Home Assistant Pack will sell for), those after a pure smart home speaker would likely be better off just buying a dedicated device for the job. This isn't going to do well for heavy-duty binging.

- Lenovo owns Motorola Mobility since 2014.

- Optional Lenovo Productivity Pack, offering a Bluetooth ThinkPad® keyboard with Touchpad mouse and case folio to work wherever and whenever.

Coming to the spec sheet, the Moto Tab is in line with its mid-range pricing. The Moto Tab comes equipped with a 10.1-inch Full HD display, dual front-facing Dolby Atmos speakers, Snapdragon 625 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage (up to 128GB), Android 7.1 Nougat, and a 7,000 mAh battery. Customers can purchase the tablet through monthly installments of $15 for 20 months with aan AT&T plan or can make a one-time payment of $300 with no contract. The tablet comes with a TV mode, which will allow users to quickly access their favorite shows, movies and content in a single swipe from either the home screen or lock screen, or by tapping the Quick Launch button.

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