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Package Includes:
1 x Tablet Case lenovo tab3 7703x case
1 x Screen Film
1 x Stylus Pen

Red color Lenovo tab3 7703x case
Red color Lenovo tab3 7703x case

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Compatible with Lenovo TAB3 Tab 3 7 Plus 7703 7703x TB-7703X TB-7703F

Lenovo tab3 7703x case Overview

The lenovo tab3 7703x case is a sturdy black plastic slab with blue accents along the sides. Measuring 8.3 by 4.9 by 0.4 inches (HWD) and weighing 11.6 ounces, it’s a bit hefty, but no more so than other 8-inch tablets like the Acer Iconia One 8 (7.3 by 5.0 by 0.4 inches, 12 ounces) and the Amazon Fire HD 8 (8.4 by 5.0 by 0.4 inches, 12 ounces). It isn’t rugged or rated for any official drop or water resistance, but it feels durable enough that I wouldn’t hesitate to hand it to a child (of course, a protective case can’t hurt).

You’ll find a power button and volume rocker on the right, a 3.5mm audio jack and micro USB charging port up top, and a flap on the left that gives you access to a microSD card slot that worked with a 256GB card. A pair of Dolby Atmos-enhanced speakers on the front provide decent audio—they won’t fill the room and sound tinny at higher volumes, but it’s better than what you get from most tablets in this price range.

There’s an 8-inch, 1,280-by-800 IPS display front and center. The resolution works out to a somewhat sparse 189 pixels per inch, which is common for the price. Text and graphics are clear, colors are rich and saturated, and viewing angles are good, but you can notice individual pixels if you look closely. Screen brightness could afford to be a bit higher, since the panel is somewhat reflective and doesn’t get bright enough to be easily visible outdoors.

Lenovo tab3 7703x case
Lenovo tab3 7703x case

Connectivity options include Wi-Fi on the 2.4GHz band and Bluetooth 4.0. The Tab3 8 worked fine with the 2.4GHz router in PC Labs, but if you want faster speeds and more reliable connectivity, the Fire HD 8 and Iconia One 8 both support dual-band Wi-Fi.

The Tab3 8 is powered by a 1GHz MediaTek MT8161 processor and 1GB of RAM. It’s roughly on par with the Iconia One 8 in terms of performance, which means it’s perfectly fine for browsing the web, watching videos, and playing simple games. It’s not good for high-end gaming, though, and you’ll quickly run up against the RAM usage limit if you launch more than a handful apps at once. The Fire HD 8 has 1.5GB of RAM, which helps avoid this issue.

Battery life is solid. The slate’s 4,290mAh battery clocked 5 hours, 47 minutes in our rundown test, in which we stream full-screen video over Wi-Fi at maximum screen brightness. That’s a lot more screen time than the Iconia One 8 (4 hours, 20 minutes), though it can’t stand up to the exceptionally long-lasting HD 8 (8 hours, 17 minutes). Still, it should be enough battery to keep the kids occupied on a long car ride.

Lenovo tab3 7703x case cheapest
Lenovo tab3 7703x case cheapest

The 5-megapixel camera on the back of Tab3 8 will serve in a pinch if your phone isn’t on hand, but don’t expect too much from it. With good lighting it can take reasonably clear pictures, though there’s little in the way of stabilization so you have to be careful to hold the tablet steady when shooting. Low-light shots are noisy. It also records muddy 720p video at 30fps. The 2-megapixel front camera will do for video chats, but takes grainy selfies.

The $110 lenovo tab3 7703x case is an affordable multimedia Android tablet for the whole family. It doesn’t offer the sharpest display or the fastest performance, but it’s a sturdy slab with solid battery life, good speakers, and the ability to download apps from the Google Play Store.

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Feature Lenovo tab3 7703x case

If you don’t mind the Fire HD 8’s Amazon-centric approach, however, you can get better battery life, more RAM, and faster Wi-Fi for less money (and a refresh to the tablet is making it even cheaper next month). For even less there’s the $50 Fire tablet, which has a smaller, lower-res display but offers otherwise similar performance. Or for just a little more, you can get a Fire HD 8 Kids Edition that includes a child-proof case and a two-year no-questions-asked warranty.

For families, the Tab3 8 has a Kids mode, accessible from the settings panel. It lets you add up to three children as users and create individual profiles for each of them. You can grant and restrict access to certain apps, enable safe web browsing, and limit usage time. There are no child-specific apps or home screens like you’ll find in many of our favorite tablets for kids—it’s up to you download and curate the experience.

Bloatware is limited. There are a few preinstalled apps, but they can all be removed. Out of 16GB of internal storage, roughly half is used, leaving you with 8.75GB. If you need more space you can always use a microSD card.

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