Lenovo Smart Tab M10 Plus, FHD Android Tablet, Alexa-Enabled Smart Device, Octa-Core Processor, 64GB Storage, 4GB RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Platinum Grey Electronics

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This powerful Android tablet includes 2.3 GHz octa-core processor with 93% full metal back cover and narrow bezels, plus 4GB RAM and 64GB storage   Enjoy multimedia, theater-like entertainment on the 10.3″ FHD display with dual speakers tuned by Dolby Atmos and dual 3W speakers on docking solution   Stay connected with rear and front-facing cameras, Wi-Fi 802.11 a,b,g,n,ac, 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Dual Band, and Bluetooth 5.0   This Android tablet helps protect your eyes by lowering harmful blue light when appropriate, reducing eye strain   Show mode capabilities when connected to the speaker dock – just ask Alexa. The included smart dock also acts as a charger, holder, and speaker system    

Additional information

Standing screen display size

‎10.3 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1200 pixels

Max Screen Resolution

‎1921 x 1200


‎2.3 GHz


‎4 GB

Hard Drive


Card Description


Average Battery Life (in hours)

‎8.5 Hours





Item model number


Hardware Platform


Operating System

‎Android 9 Pie

Item Weight

‎1.01 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎9.6 x 6.04 x 0.33 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎9.6 x 6.04 x 0.33 inches


‎Platinum Grey

Rear Webcam Resolution

‎5 MP

Processor Brand


Number of Processors


Computer Memory Type


Flash Memory Size

‎64 GB


‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)



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4.3 out of 5 stars

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Date First Available

May 25, 2020

60 reviews for Lenovo Smart Tab M10 Plus, FHD Android Tablet, Alexa-Enabled Smart Device, Octa-Core Processor, 64GB Storage, 4GB RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Platinum Grey Electronics

  1. Chris Ford

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Tablet worth the price

    I’ve been using my Lenovo M10+ for a of couple days now. I wanted it for language learning I was doing on my phone. It works perfect for my needs. It’s perfectly fast, has a impressive 1080p screen (most content on Netflix, Hulu, etc. is 1080 or less in resolution), and has an expandable memory with an sd card (I ordered the 4gb ram/64gb memory and put a 128gb memory card in it).To test the battery life, I watched a full baseball game from 100% charge on 100% brightness. The average baseball game is a little over four hours. After the game, the tablet had a charge of 44%, which made me believe it would last the claimed 7-8 hours.This tablet, if it said Samsung or Apple on it, would most likely be more than $300. It’s the best tablet your going to find under $200.The camera isn’t very good but I use it for is checking my mail, shopping, reading, studing languages, and watching minor league baseball. For those purposes, I’m very happy. The camera has no flash but in a well lit room it’s still pretty decent for not needing a camera. It would work well for video chatting with the front facing camera.The only other thing I’ve noticed that’s missing from this tablet, that’s on higher end models, is a fingerprint scanner. It has facial recognition, pin and password options however.Oh, yeah! It comes with a dock that charges your tablet while acting like an Amazon Echo Show. The dock actually feels like it’s built nice. It was easy to mess up the initial setup, but once you do it correctly it works very well. It’s a cool bonus I didn’t really care about, considering I just wanted the tablet.

    2 people found this helpful

  2. eduardo dominguez

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    loved it almost use it everyday!

    i bought this lenovo tablet because i had an early gen of this tablet that i broke by accident. the previous tablet was good but i feel that this one is better with those 4gb of ram and slender speakers. my system came with android 9 but it upgraded itself to 10 just minutes later after i powered it on.this is almost the same tablet than my previous one with the exception of the amount and type of ram because the processor while competent is pretty mid-range though apps feels pretty snappy to open and close.this should have been paired with a better octacore processor but still does the job done for streaming,playing games and using other apps like ubereats. screen quality is pretty good but it could have been better for second genthe speakers are pretty good too. the battery life could have been better too. it drains too fastall in all, a pretty good tablet that could have used a better processor for its tasks.

  3. Jefferey Bowman

    4.0 out of 5 stars


    Looks great, sounds pretty good, nice battery life, but it’s not quite what I expected.Setup right out of the box is nothing but update after update. It probably took me about 2 hours before I could fully use it between the tablet updating from Pie to Q, the dock itself updating, and all of Google’s apps… Took a while but worked out.This is a beautiful display. Shame about that Widevine DRM, though. No HD Disney+, Netflix, or Vudu here. No sir/ma’am. BUT… HBOMax, Prime Video, Movies Anywhere, Google TV/Play Movies & TV, and YouTube (if your digital collection is connected to Movies Anywhere) will all play in 1080p without a hitch. In fact, it’ll jump to 1080p in seconds, with little to no buffering.Overall speed of the tablet is silky smooth. I recommend turning on Developer Options and disabling animations. (You honestly don’t need them on any Android device, they’re just a needless pretty thing that eats up performance.)The dock is impressive in its feature set, even if the sound is just okay. It’s a Bluetooth speaker, it’s a speakerphone, it’s a charging cradle/Alexa Show display, and it does all of these things well. There are two, not four (some listings will say this incorrectly) 3w speakers in it. The rest of the body is housing for the logic board and the hollowness (doesn’t feel that way) gives it a passive radiator-like feel to the sound. (It’s room-filling sound, btw.)This brings us back to the sound (overall) and I have to say it’s…okay. Either in the dock (which sounds leaps and bounds better than the tablet speakers, of course.) or the speakers in the tablet, even with Dolby Atmos baked in (controllable via app). I will say the sound separation on the tablet is much better than that of the dock. If nothing else, you’ll at least get a basic Atmos experience out of it. (It’s better than no Atmos at all!) You can’t use all four speakers at once, unfortunately. Believe me, I tried. lolI’d say the specs are on par with Amazon’s own Fire HD tablets, and the only thing they’re really missing is the Lenovo dock. (I mean, they have Atmos baked in, a gorgeous screen, dual speakers (for channel separation), and they have proper Widevine DRM which makes a world of difference on a screen this size and quality. Although, this has one thing the Fire doesn’t (aside from the dock) …the full Dolby Atmos version of Amazon Music Unlimited in the app. The Fire has a custom version installed like bloatware that only offers Ultra HD and 3D and not all the time. (And yes, there’s an audible difference.)Do I recommend this? Well, if you’re into Alexa, want a lovely dock/Show Mode device, and are okay with jumping through hoops to get your videos in 1080p, with okay Atmos, then yes. If you’re willing to skip the dock and you’re fine with Ultra HD/3D instead of Atmos, then you should save the money and go wth the Fire HD 10 Plus. (Yes, it’s absolutely worth the extra money with 4GB of RAM in it.)I think this tablet had a lot of promise, I think the Widevine issue was a bad case of dropping the ball just before the goal. So close, yet so far. Still…a very nice Lenovo tablet, pretty all the way around.

    6 people found this helpful

  4. NickNick

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A gem for the price.

    Not the fastest tab out there, but definitely gets the job done. The screen looks great, video plays super well, and quick access to Amazon apps is wonderful. Recognizing specific orders could use some work, but it’s nothing you can’t simply do by hand if you have a sec(some specific shows on Prime Video are difficult to get to by voice). Not the fastest processor, but you can still do a fair bit of gaming on it if you’d like. All in all, it’s a super solid tab for the price, and definitely does what it does well.

  5. Adam D. Manthos

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The smart dock works perfectly for me.

    So I got this last year on sale for $140.00 prime day a great deal I think. Because of the negative reviews pertaining to the smart dock only, I left the dock itself in the box, opting to use the tablet only for the first year. Last week I took it out just to try it and it works perfectly. I signed in, it synced up, and Alexa picked up everything I said to it. It also works as a Bluetooth speaker, which I use for my laptop/monitor home set up and the sound quality is very good. I’ve used it several times since with no issues. The tablet itself is wonderful. Runs fast, sounds great, and plays android games beautifully. The camera is also crystal clear. Very happy with purchase, no complaints at all it’s perfect for me.

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  6. Ariel

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Good tablet, bad bundle as the dock is almost useless.

    Really nice tablet, feels pretty good and responsive but it has a really poor implementation with the dock.Ordered it back on May and was supposed to arrive on June, was delayed until July and the until August.Waited a lot and I mean a LOT… this device is pretty good if you compare price/specs against other budget devices that are out there, was about to cancel and other something else but the specs compared to price suggested me to wait for it.During my search for substitutes I found that I could buy the tablet only version without the dock, but why would I do that if I could get a dock that enables Alexa with better audio on this bundle? The wait was not worth the final product.With that being said, again the tablet is worth the purchase but I’m rating the bundle. Wanted the dock for three reasons: charge the device, enable Alexa and use the speakers. The device charges when docked, only complaint is that it charges really slow but still it works better than occupying some extra space and a usb-c cable on my bedside table (dock sits on a separate table where I can see Alexa’s clock overnight). The charge takes place overnight and the tablet is ready for use first thing in the morning. But that’s about it.Alexa and BT speaker are just not working correctly, Everytime I dock the tablet, it wants to sync up again. Get a message to keep the tablet docked and wait for it. It then says that it failed and try again so I get nothing. Need to take take out the tablet, unplug the dock from the power outlet, wait a minute and try syncing it up again. If you are lucky it’ll pair up, if not, restart the dock and try again. Hitting the BT button does not help to get it connected again.Just gave up and dock the device to charge it up, if and only if it succeeds on pairing with the dock (you must be really lucky) I’m able to use it correctly with Alexa show mode.Can use Alexa on normal mode but I also have it on my phone and other devices! The deal breaker here for me was to have a dock that will work as a full Alexa device while docked just that this is not the case.

    50 people found this helpful

  7. saq2015

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    But it for the tablet, not for Alexa.

    Spoiler: I ended up returning this.This is a relatively low-end Android tablet but if you use it only for light things like watching YouTube or browsing the web, you’d think it is much more high-end. The screen quality is very good and seems color accurate. The bezels are relatively thin too. The cameras are so-so (but hey, it is a tablet). The chipset isn’t the fastest in the world but the tablet feels much faster and snappier response than the price of the device would suggest. However, beyond the tablet itself is where the problems start.The soundbar dock is just that – a blue tooth sound bar with a power passthrough. The tablet, even if you leave it connected, regularly disconnects from the sound bar – for me, that was at least once a day. And when the tablet is trying to reconnect to the sound bar, a blue notification screen appears and makes it so that you can’t do anything with the tablet until the screen goes away. The sound bar’s volume and sound quality are okay – don’t expect room-filling surround sound.Alexa. Oh Alexa. Buying this tablet, I didn’t really care if it had Alexa in “show mode” or not. Seemed like an extra bell and whistle (we own an Amazon Echo Show and rarely use it other than an occasional request for a weather forecast or a video chat for the grandkids with their grandma). But oh boy the Alexa implementation is buggy as heck. There are times Alexa doesn’t start. There are times it does start and prevents you from actually using the tablet – Alexa sits on the lock screen and to get rid of it to actually get into the tablet’s interface you’re supposed to swipe the screen but instead you get a variety of Alexa functions by doing so – even if you’re swiping up. Other times the Alexa “lock screen” would turn black – no way to access the tablet other than a hard reboot. Finally ended up disabling the Alexa app.

    One person found this helpful

  8. blazer

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Got this tablet for the speed,2.3 g CPU, the ram 4GIG, and hard drive 64 GIg ,did really care for 64 GIG of hard drive because i can use a micro sdcard with 256 GIG,like the Dock work’s great with Alexa,no Alexa no Dock,like i disable Alezxa do not needed ever would needed,but your stock with a tablet with no “charger” the Dock is your charger but not sure if dock will work with only tablet,Alexa is world of thr “Dock”and it is nice but for me, just want a fast tablet with a case and got it period.the Tablet said it is “10.3 really the “Real size” is 9 5/8 by 6″ dioganal size is 11″1/4 by 6″from outside to outside fast tablet to “boot” like 25 second or so very much responsif.the tablet as “casting” that is very important to me for casting with chrome cast very easy even my Son tablet a samsung could find the casting or mirroring , like i said I bought the Tablet for the speed the ram and the casting for the price of $159..00 even whitout the Dock is a very good price easy over $200.00 at least now i got me very good tablet with no much full of junk and a very nice Hd screen and The speaker are really good for this machine,glad i got it and send My Brand New Amazon 2021 back,amazon is okay but no casting and work only with fire stick.

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  9. D. Hawkins

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Big Disappointment

    This tablet has pretty decent hardware, but the OS and software that you are forced to use are junk. First off, the display is good, the speed is good, the battery life is fair. It has a usb-c connector for charging and data transfer. A usb charger is not included, but they do include a usb to usb-c adapter cable that you can plug into your computer. They include a speaker that can also charge the tablet with an included DC adapter. More on that later.I already have a phone with android 9, so I assumed that this would be a breeze. Wrong. Turning on the tablet for the first time, it forces you to accept their EULA or they wont let you operate your brand new $100 tablet. Part of that says that you consent to mandatory updates of system files. The problem with that is that anytime a manufacturer has a mandatory update like that, its sole purpose is not to fix your bugs or enhance your security, but rather to include internal malware that runs your battery down, slows everything down that used to run fast, or stops your tablet/phone/computer from operating properly. Samsung and Apple both got caught doing this, but only got a slap on the wrist. These special updates only come after the warranty expires. So the first thing I had to do is download a firewall and block all the lenovo upgrade addresses. There is no other way to disable forced updates. I will be blocking those addresses on my home router as well. These are reportedly download.lenovo.com, but blocking *.lenovo.com is probably better.On the bottom of the screen is a < and a --------------. The < seems to work like the left pointing triangle on my phone. On my phone, the square icon pops up a list of running programs. There is no square icon on the Lenovo tablet. It doesn't come with a user manual to explain why either. The long bar icon does random things, but mostly pops up google assistant. Sometimes it pops up the list of running programs. And other times it switches either to the main screen or to the previously running program. Convoluted at best.If you start a youtube video and then press <, it doesn't stop the video or youtube and they continue to play on the home page. You can't shut down the app. On my phone, there is a little X you can hit, but not on the tablet. if you don't do anything, it will keep running until the battery runs down. It turns out that you can swipe up from the bottom and sometimes that will give you the running apps. Other times it will give you the installed apps and other times you get google assistant. You just have to keep doing it until you get the running apps list. Once you get those, you can swipe up on them and it will hopefully terminate that app.Now about those fancy speakers. They are junk. They wont work without a prime account. It literally comes up and says its not going to let you use the speakers without entering your amazon password. Considering these speakers that I paid for come with so much red tape, they will likely go in the trash. A pair of no-name bluetooth speakers would likely do a lot better without all the drama.Lenovo if you are reading this, understand that I don't like it when people bully me. Get rid of those EULA's and mandatory system updates. And make those bluetooth speakers work unconditionally. If you treat me like crap, then don't expect me to buy any future products from you.UPDATE: I did cave and allow it to update to android 10. The good part is that the super confusing long bar at the bottom is gone and replaced with the standard triangle, circle , square icons. The bad news is that updating to android 10 broke the voice recognition so that saying "New Paragraph" actually prints "New Paragraph" instead of advancing the cursor to the next paragraph. Same with "New Line". I would also say that the battery life is really poor. I get about 2 hours of screen time before it has to be recharged. And that's with battery saver permanently turned on. It will go about a 2 days just sitting on the table turned off. 5 people found this helpful

  10. Kragbax

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Probably a good buy for the money, but very very slow

    I was looking to replace an old first gen iPad that I keep next to my bed for reading at night. While the iPad works perfectly fine for reading Kindle books, its age puts it well past being able to update it to more recent software, and the old software prevents it from updating most of the apps. So – replacement.I thought this one might be perfect with the base. Put it on my nightstand, use it to read, and when not in use use it like a photo frame (like my Google Nests do). There are some issues, though. While I know it’s “Alexa Enabled”, my house is more Google hard-wared. Alexa plays a big part in this tablet, and the “Hey Google” commands get picked up but the tablet is so slow to process them some other unit in my house already has it done before this just speaks up that there’s an error. The built in Alexa software does it’s own slideshow thing that’s kind of frustrating and makes unlocking the device painfully slow. You basically have to unlock the thing twice.And OMG is it slow. Honestly, you’d have to go back a decade in cellphone tech to find a device this slow. Or maybe I’m biased because I usually have newer phones, but it literally takes 5-10 seconds from when you click something for anything to happen. Swipe to unlock? Wait 5-10 seconds. Click an icon to open anything? Wait 5-10 seconds (before ANYTHING happens). You may think that’s no biggie, but just click something on your phone and start counting 5-10 seconds off. And I don’t mean 5-10 seconds to OPEN an app, I mean 5-10 seconds before it even responds to your click. It still might take another 10-30 seconds to open the app.On the plus side, the sound is pretty good from the base. And it looks great sitting in the base. Down side to the base is that while it charges while in the base, the connection to the speakers is Bluetooth. That would be fine, but it loses the connection (requiring a manual reconnection) quite frequently.I kept it. It’s in my bathroom to play music as needed and the big display looks cool. But it’s just too slow and annoying to use as a tablet.

    2 people found this helpful

  11. RRK

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    The Docking Station Is Worthless

    Unfortunately I did not do my research on this tablet. There are many reviews about the Docking Station and Alexa but, I am more than happy to write another one…Starting with Alexa. When I was setting up my tablet Alexa also had to be set up. No option not to. I followed all the steps. When I restarted the tablet, there was a screen to set up Alexa. So I went through the steps again. Same result. Finally I unstalled it. Problem solved. I prefer Google assistant anyway. Next, Docking Station. The only things it’s good for is to charge the tablet and to hold it upright. I wanted to use it to play music through the speaker. But, it will not stay connected via Bluetooth. When I manually try to reconnect it in the connections settings, it shows the dock but does nothing. So I Google it. Apparently, the only way to fix this problem… Get this… Is to press the powered button and either of the volume keys while it is ddocked. Amazingly, it works. But, I find this to be a pain in the butt to reconnect 3 times per hour. Also, it will randomly flip up the screen with the date and time even when you black out the screen to save the battery. So, with your tablet turned off, I guess it could be used as a charger.

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  12. Leonardo M.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great addition

    This is my 3rd Lenovo Alexa pad. I have 2 in my home and 1 at my country house. I am a big Alexa enthusiast and use it for everything. This Lenovo pad I have in my kitchen so when I need to watch tv I connect to my cable provider app and voila I have a small tv while I work on the counter. I also have taken the pad out of the speaker base and used as a pad and have taken it with me to a friends house. I connected to my hotspot and again I had my Alexa w me. FYI this pad does NOT work w an Alexa group and the other Alexas you may have in your home if you play music. ( I have about 5 Alexas connected as a group for music throughout the house ). That is the only downside to the pad but then again that is an amazon choice of been proprietary with their own Alexa products. As a standalone pad with Alexa this one is just superb. I have it scrolling beautiful images. Highly recommend it.

  13. Taylor

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Satisfied with this tablet

    I really like this tablet so far. I was scared when I read the reviews and all of them were 1 star. After waiting for 3 months for this tablet to be delivered, I thought I would have to send it back because my hopes were not high. My tablet doesn’t seem to have a problem pairing with the dock. Occasionally it won’t, but I fix it by going into Settings > Connected Devices > Previously Connected Devices > Lenovo Smart DockThis method always pairs the tablet up with the dock.The only downsides to this tablet are the angle at which I’m looking at the screen and the capacity to play games with high graphics. If I’m looking at the screen head on, it has a dark tint to it. Say if it’s laying on my bed, the screen will look slightly darker unless I’m right over top of it.I also play a game on here that has very complex graphics and it seems to lag and the graphics don’t come out very crisp. It will also occasionally kick me out of the app and shut down my wallpaper on the home screen and lock screen. It also makes me sign in again after this happens.Also, someone mentioned they can’t use google assistant on here. I was able to use it with no problems.Overall, great tablet and I’m satisfied with my purchase.

    24 people found this helpful

  14. J_H_925J_H_925

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    **Updated to 1 star because I can’t rate lower** Product was good while it worked.

    ***Update*** I have submitted multiple support requests with no assistance. Support requests appear to go into the ether and never are responded to. The product itself is not bad while it works, but that is completely negated by the fact support completely ignores me on a device that is clearly unusable. I am considering legal action, but I fear it may be more expensive to do anything about this than to just take my loss and buy a new tablet from another brand. I have been getting ignored for almost 2 months now. This experience has led me to swear off buying anything from Lenovo ever again. You can have the best product in the world, but it is worth less than the worst product if you don’t support it or keep your warranty in a a timely fashion.**********original review*The tablet worked pretty well when we bought it. A month later it had display issues. These things happen from time to time. A defective item doesn’t bother me. What does bother me is contacting support and following all support steps and creating a support ticket and getting ignored. It has been almost a week with nothing from Lenovo. I have serious concerns I am stuck with a bad unit and am getting ignored by support. Not a good experience with my first Lenovo product. If this is indicative of their support and warranty care, I will not buy Lenovo again and will strongly suggest to friends and family not to buy their products as well.

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  15. Ludicrous Dibbs

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Tablet Great, Dock Broken

    Seems like half the people reviewing (give or take) fair well with this product. My dock was broken. The tablet and charging works flawlessly. The dock is broken, and despite any attempts and workarounds, fails to work. I did everything the instructions asked of me, including manually pairing and it doesn’t work.Edit: I will review the tablet after using it more. Thus far, the reason I got this was because it doesn’t need to use the USB port to charge. For the past 15 years, every single device I have owned has stopped taking a charge due to the USB port — for whatever reason. Motorola Adventurer phone, Google (Asus) Nexus 7 tablet, LG G3 phone, G Stylo 3 Plus phone. I’m not sure why these stopped taking a charge. Ever since the Motorola Adventurer crapped out, I had begun to be more intentional about charging cable position, ensuring minimal bend or twist or stress on the charge port. This Lenovo tablet has two gold terminals on the side, which rests on top of the dock. It’s foolproof. Minimal component stress involved. Perfect in my book, and that is why I have jacked up the rating back to 4 stars. It would be 5 if it weren’t for the dock speaker malfunction. The charge feature works, its just now a big dock lol.

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  16. suhail

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Tablet great! This bundle worthless for me.

    This is my honest review about this product. The purchase was intended for my son and I got it during Prime days, the price for the tablet with the dock was much less than the tablet on its own so I went for it. Again I repeat this tablet was for my son, so i equipped it with screen protector and a protective case immediately. Which means the dock is useless, with a case over it is not able to be placed on the dock. I have a echo in his room so the alexa feature wasn’t a Must! But the speaker/ charging dock would have been awesome. But I will not be taking the case on and off.Lenovo tablet is great, loads fast and responsive. Has very good storage space.If you are considering this dock just keep in mind these comments.

  17. Bob Teatow

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Very Nice Tablet but Alexa docking software doesn’t work

    Very Nice Tablet. Which you can buy without the dock/speaker.But for $20 extra I figured I’d get the dock/speaker/charger.PROBLEM: The software that is supposed to recognize when the tablet is docked and make sure the bluetooth speaker/mike function for Alexa is working through the dock is totally screwed up.It either won’t connect blue-tooth-wise …. or if it happens to connect, drops the connection… and/or displays annoying error messages.WORKAROUND: Go into the Android Apps settings and STOP, UNINSTALL and/or DISABLE the Alexa and any other annoying or suspicious or junkware….Then the DOCK WILL: charge you tablet whenever it is in the dock.And you can still use the usual Android Bluetooth drill to bluetooth-connect the audio, just like any other bluetooth audio device.TOO BAD…. They screwed up the Alexa software and bundled the Alexa assistant and the docking-bluetooth initiator together….Oh, well, we don’t like Alexa much anyway…BUT it would be nice to auto-bluetooth-connect when physically docked — That should be a separate little app… Which I don’t see…The power dock is nice since it is just two metal contacts that touch — no need to fiddle with cords or plugs – GOOD!The speaker in the dock is pretty good for its size and price…

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  18. B. Page

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Love/Hate relationship with it.

    UPDATE 8/19/21I love it, but there are things I hate about it too. It automatically changes the screen timeout to 1 minute, NO MATTER HOW MANY TIMES YOU CHANGE IT!!! WTF is that about? Leave my settings alone Alexa. Also, when I pick it up from the dock, I no longer care about Alexa, she needs to back off completely at that point.My assumption with all the negative reviews is that they were all early adopters for something that maybe wasn’t quit ready to be released, but the powers that be released anyway.I did not get this at first release, it’s been a little over a year, and I can say that right out of the box I was so impressed that I went ahead and bought another one for the kitchen.It works great if your not a Google assistant type of person. If your an Amazon Alexa type of person, no problems. Simply connect your account and you’re good to go.I love it. It’s aluminum, not plastic. Very sturdy. Has a nice big screen that can be easily seen from a distance and works exactly like you would expect Alexa to work, and exactly like you’d expect a stand alone tablet to work (mmmm, see update above lol).

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  19. Marsha

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Do not buy this without a warranty

    I’ve had this tablet for less than 2 years and already it is starting to Flicker and this unresponsive.When I first got the tablet it was okay but I hated that everything had to revolve around Alexa I couldn’t even use the base with Bluetooth sound speaker unless I use Alexa and I didn’t want to use Alexa but that wasn’t an option.Even using the base that charges the tablet it still kept trying to put itself and Battery protection mode and didn’t want to charge all the way to 100%. I had to disable that.The sound quality is okay but I definitely ended up using either my Bluetooth headset or my Bluetooth speakers.I had bought a regular charger however the cord shorted out in less than 6 months.Normally I buy a warranty with everything but I don’t know somehow I forgot to get one for this one when I bought it and now here I am screwed since it’s dying and I have to buy another tablet.Save yourself the time and frustration and just by Samsung. Even though I had bad experiences with the Samsung phone and a Samsung tablet I still rather deal with that than dealing with this Lenovo.

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  20. Enuf2bDangerous

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Tablet, but…

    I use this Lenovo M10 tablet at my office as an upgrade (for myself) to the 8 inch Lenovo tablets our staff uses. With a larger screen, it is more readable than the 8 inch version. I disabled all of the Alexa spyware– we cannot have that type of listening/monitoring in an office. The eavesdropping app apparently cannot be removed– only disabled. As others have noted, the base is completely useless, except as a charging station and it works very well for that. Only buy this package for the tablet and just know that the base is only useful as a charging station.

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  21. Danilitos

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    It’s a bit laggy even with only 1/4 of the HD used.

    Only a few apps downloaded and it is already lagging. Battery life is poor even with brightness <40%. Overall it's a 3 star since for the same price, or a few extra, you can find a better one from Samsung or similar in the same price range. My previous one was a ~$250 Samsung.

  22. Carlos Valencia

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excelent value for the price

    What else can I say? this is what I needed … A not-so-expensive but not garbage tablet for my kids (school).This one works perfectly fine … It is fast, good quality, good audio, good image, the included dock is a plusI almost feel bad for giving this good quality tablet to my kids … I should keep this one for me 🙂

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  23. Ashley Nieto

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Tablet, but Amazon Screwed The Pooch

    First of all, we got this table to replace our daughter’s outdated tablet. This is a great Tablet. There is no problem with the tablet Lenovo created a fantastic product. Awesome storage, beautiful screen, fast processing, it’s a wonderful electronic…But Amazon screwed it up by forcing their Alexa BS on it. The dock is barely functional. It takes multiple tries to pair to the dock, and once you’re paired, it does not break pairing once you take the tablet off the dock, so you have to remember to physically unpair it in your Bluetooth settings. We couldn’t get Alexa to even work, either. We set up the app, did the voice training, checked all the settings, and nothing.WORST PART? Even though the tablet comes standard with Google assistant installed (and you can’t uninstall it, only disable it) because this is sold by Amazon and is classified as “Alex enabled” Google assistant is locked and you can’t even use it. You get a message that says Google assistant is unavailable on this device. I actually prefer my Google assistant because I can broadcast to all Google connected items from my phone.So screw this tablet, I’ll just buy a new one directly from Lenovo and return this buggy, Alexa locked junk.

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  24. Colleen C

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I loved the speaker dock. Alexa works wonderful. Picture Quality is crisp very clear on security cameras.When you speak to Alexa , have to say her name first, than blue line across tablet blinks showing she is listening to you and than she answer you question. She can help with morning activities, education, things to do under her icon. help with fitness stuff too.

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  25. Coachtd

    1.0 out of 5 stars


    This Tablet is a complete piece of JUNK! I’ve wasted so much time trying to fix all of the problems with it that I’m too pissed off to even waste anymore time here with a comprehensive list and review of it all. Suffice it to say that it’s just truly inadequate and a waste of money. And to make things worse, the so called “EXPERTS” at Amazon that that this website offers for tech support, are NOT EXPERTS at anything beyond answering a phone and have virtually ZERO KNOWLEDGE on this or any other item sold here. And the phone number offered here to speak to the Manufacturer, Lenovo, is wrong! It is specific to Think pad and one or two other Lenovo products and that’s all. I called Amazon, reluctantly, to get the real number with very low expectations that I would be successful and instead the Amazon phone answering “EXPERT” connected me with what was supposed to be a Lenovo tech support agent. And HOLY CHRIST ON A CRACKER… There were “NO TECH PEOPLE THERE AT THE MOMENT” but one will call me back within 24 hours. Now mind you, this was at 3 O’clock in the GD afternoon! And btw, that was my THIRD attempt with the exact same result. These two company’s deserve each other. Shop somewhere else. Amazon has gone down the tubes and is no longer trustworthy, convenient or reliable.

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  26. Louie in Southern Cali

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good tab

    Still working well after 2 years

  27. Lanera Sallie

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice Tablet

    The only thing that I don’t like is the short battery life. Battery needs to be recharged after approximately 2.5 hrs. of continuous use.

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  28. C. Liljenstolpe

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    The dock is completely useless

    So, the platform is a bit buggy (restarts on a semi-regular basis), but the big problem is that the dock that is part of this package is completely useless other than as a charging base. It does not pair with the tablet. It’s not broken, as Lenovo has already sent me a replacement, with exactly the same behavior. The mic and bluetooth buttons stay lit and there is no pairing, no bluetooth functionality on the dock. The dock doesn’t even pair with other bluetooth devices, like a phone. It’s a complete waste.

  29. Stan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Lightweight, small borders

    Very good product, thin, lightweight so easy to hold for long periods of time,very small borders, great battery life, big clear screen great for browsing or watch a movies,best tablet I’ve seen so far.. PS. Perfect for older people my mother is 82 and she uses it for hours at a time, that’s where to be in lightweight is a plus and for older people who have trouble gripping things there’s a wide variety a protective cases for it that provide very good grip…

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  30. Iris Bosques

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Very good

    I was please with it. I had an older model. Very happy it last me 5yrs. I hope to have the same quality. Thank you

  31. Detox28days

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    What do you need it for?

    If you use Amazon Alexa then it should be fine. If you’re going to use it as a primary tablet then get the 4GB, but at that price, you better look at other options before you buy. I bought the 2GB and use it as a Google: calendar/task (mainly), clock, and side TV, radio, youtube. So it barely moves from the dock. For this it is great!

  32. Ice

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice Tablet

    Tablet is pretty nice. Docking speaker has good sound. Some Bluetooth pairing issues but everything works in the end. Great battery life.

  33. Luis Angel

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Buen producto

    Cumple con todas las especificaciones, a veces es necesario alzar la vos para que te responda Alexa. Pero nada que no se pueda manejar. Excelente producto

  34. Mary

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Hard to make it stay open on main screen it darkens off to quick.

    It is a little troublesome with alexa when you are trying to start it up

  35. Raymond Peacock II

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great at everything but gaming

    The tablet is gorgeous. Runs everything great but if you want it for high powered games you’d better look for a different tablet…

  36. Katie and Jon

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Speaker only works if pair with alexa.

    I would give it 5 stars, but you can only use the base/speaker if you pair it with alexa. I got enough nosey people in my life, don’t need amazon in my business.

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  37. CR9

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    So close

    I wanted to love this tablet, I really did…the dock is really cool and having Alexa build in is great. Unfortunately it’s just a little too sluggish, the screen needed to be a little bit better and it really needed to be able to show Netflix content in HD (C’mon now…it’s 2021). If you don’t care about those things you’ll love it…but unfortunately I just couldn’t look past them.

  38. Katy Taylor

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    To be continued.. Lol

    I’ve not yet reached out to customer service!! I want to make that point. Nice size tablet. Fast shipping. I’m having a couple of issues. My battery is running out extremely fast and partial number on clock, on screen comes and goes? Hopefully, It will be fixed and I will have no issues. Recent death in family makes this an issue for later. I will update when I do.

  39. Roseann

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Luv it worth the price

    My son was so happy I bought him this for his 12th birthday and the Alexa. Was a plus everyone in the house loves Alexa to ..if your not tech savvy you will think the Alexa don’t work it does all you have to do is reset it and wallah it is on …so to all who review the speaker don’t work it does you have to reset it via Bluetooth.

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  40. Wendy Macdougall

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Lenovo is the best

    This is my 5th Lenovo tablet. I absolutely love it. I am still using my older ones for cookbook storage and craft projects. They run a lot slower than this one. I love it so much, I purchased 4 so everyone in my house has one. Highly recommend!!

  41. MIRAGE

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Product experience

    I had previous model with 2 gb of ram so decided to purchase the latest one with 4 gb. After 2 month of use half of the touchscreen without any reason stopped working, screen by itself continued working. after all possible actions to recuperate of the touchscreen i sent it back by warranty to Lenovo Service.In general tablet works very good. sometines happens such problems so be ready to use your warranty as well as extend it.

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  42. Seth R.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    It works but has flaws with docking.

    I didn’t realize it was Amazon dependant, i suppose that’s my fault. It’s absolutely a budget tablet, and the LCD quality reflects that. It can be a bit laggy at times, but overall for my light use it does well.My biggest issue is the dock Bluetooth, it constantly drops connection and you have to fix it.

  43. Laurie

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    very happy with this tablet

    I bought this tablet for my 10 year old after our 5 year old Samsung Tab 4 was so full and slow. I reviewed many different brands before buying. I/ we are happy with the size and quality of the product. He mainly plays games and watched videos on it. No lag time. Love the docking/ charging station! Much easier to remember vs a plug. Battery lasts a long time. Great value for the price. Also bought on Amazon Prime days which was a better deal!

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  44. laurence wolf

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very affordable for the quality.

    I have had Ipad’s, samsung androids, and now this Lenovo and I can tell you for the dollars I spent on this one, I am shooting myself in the head for spending the money for the other 2. This one does the same thing as the others in most cases better and some cases at least as well and way cheaper than the Ipad and about 30% less than the Samsung. I will buy more of these if the need arises.

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  45. Erick M. Concepcion

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    La mejor inversión o compra que he hecho para mi hija, la usa a diario y ningún problema. Es súper rápida, fácil de usar, y cómoda. Maravilloso sonido cuando está conectada con la bocina que trae incluida y sin ella.

  46. Kathleen Reynolds

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    complete waste of money, worst product in my life

    didn’t have a chance to try to make this work, when I did have someone look at it they said the battery was nonexistent (useless). I had along interval of getting ready to sell a house, buying a house and moving, so in the interim didn’t have time to mess with it. Finally thought I’d try it today since my old I Pad is starting to wane (15 years old). It has been plugged in for weeks but the battery is dead! Why you would have to keep it docked at all times is beyond comprehension why I bought it after reading the warnings is even worse, Seems pointless to try to donate to Goodwill. The only things I’ve learned from this are to honor the reviews and NEVER consider anything made by this company again.

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  47. José Sánchez

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Muy buen equipo

    Debido a mi trabajo cotidiano necesitaba un equipo que trabajara con aplicaciones como office, Chrome, calculadora entre otras app de ocio sin interrupción para poder desplazarme en el software sin contratiempos. Ya llevo tiempo utilizando el equipo y ha cumplido. La carga funciona excelente para el día a día incluso utilizo el Bluetooth sin apagarlo para la conexión con el teclado y el dock. En cuanto a la bocina con las funciones de alexa han trabajado perfectamente.

  48. Andrew

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Underpowered even for the price

    The tablet has decent build quality and works fine for super basic tasks like light web browsing and email, but anything beyond that strains the massively underpowered MediaTek Helio P22T CPU/GPU.I bought this for my 6 year old. She mostly uses it to play Roblox. I feel like a failure as a parent and nerd. Making a kid play anything requiring 3D rendering on such a device is negligent at best. Don’t think that it has OK CPU power just because it’s “octa-core”. That is more marketing than substance. 8 piece of junk cores still makes a piece of junk. This thing is clobbered by mid-range Snapdragon chipsets released half a decade earlier. The Snapdragon 435, released in 2016 and considered entry-level even then, has nearly twice the GPU power. You can find Snapdragon 845 tablets for around the same price with literally 4-5x the performance. You’ll be measuring your frames per second on one hand with this thing. You don’t even need to worry about widevine support because it’ll probably overheat trying to play HD content.Even the Fire HD 10, which can often be found on sale for < $100, has twice the GPU performance and a solid 50% CPU advantage on this thing. And a bigger battery. The only win in the Lenovo M10's column is nearly-stock Android... but good luck getting any updates.I guess maybe it works for answering questions through a speaker though, if that's your thing.

  49. KerriSC

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    You can deactivate Alexa

    It was a little difficult deactivating alexa but I was able to do it. You have to uninstall the app and then also uninstall Alexa showtime for lenovo or something like that. If you only uninstall the one Alexa constantly asked to be reinstated. After deactivating alexa I’m able to use it with Google assistant just fine as it’s an Android based device. I love this little thing and the speaker has been amazing.

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  50. W. S. Norman

    3.0 out of 5 stars


    1 The dock is useless except as a charger. When the tablet is placed back on the dock it does NOT reconnect. Most of the time it displays either it is trying to connect and do not remove (this can last for hours) or Something went wrong. To reconnect I had to reboot both.2. Messages and Life360 are two apps I need but Play Store says the Lenovo is not compatible. Have not found any info about why and how to correct.

  51. Dale Anson

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    This is a really nice tablet

    I agree with the other reviews, the tablet is great, the dock thingy is crap. I only bought this one with the dock because the one without the dock was out of stock, so I paid $10 extra, no big deal. I actually bought 2 of these, one for me and one for my wife. We use it for storing all of our sheet music, the screen is clear and bright and makes it easy to read the music. The docks are worthless, they won’t stay connected to bluetooth, they have a non-standard connector so you can’t put a cover on the tablet and use the dock, and the wall plug is also non-standard, NOT a USB connector like you might expect. The tablet is great, though, so buy this and throw away the dock.

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  52. Charlene Bryant

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    i had another lenovo tablet before but this one is wwell better

    i love this one so much better than the one i had

  53. David J Brown

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    So far, so good

    I read reviews before I purchased. I set up Alexa and haven’t had any major issues with it. The speaker is terrible when not paired via Bluetooth and Alexa. But it sounds really good when paired. I haven’t downloaded everything I am planning to download, but space won’t be an issue. Screen is good for YouTube videos and other minor stuff I will do with it. If you do your research and know what to expect, there will be no surprises. So, I am good with the purchase at this point.

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  54. Jay CampJay Camp

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Jury is still out

    Haven’t made up my mind yet. This would have been perfect…like the best most functional smart screen on the market with the most utility but it has serious connection issues. Alexa times out if you don’t talk to her or undock and redock once a day. When it works it’s great because it can run Google Assistant in the background, even behind the Alexa Show mode. But once you use the Google Assistant it messes up Alexa Show mode. And its 50/50 whether it will reconnect to Show mode when trying to redock…that’s the moat frustrating part.. Lastly, the Speaker isn’t really any better than the speaker on a regular echo dot so that was very disappointing. Not a deal breaker like the connection issues are turning out to be.

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  56. Angel Melendez

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    An okay mid range tablet

    Touchscreen works great but you get interference from your hands when typing and holding the device, so you gotta learn how to hold just the right way(I have small hands for a guy). Web pages load choppy. Some video games work well, others are choppy as well (compared to an iPad). The docking feature with Alexa is great to have. It does look very nice but it is not a powerhouse of a tablet. “Octa-core” is a nice catch word huh. I purchased on sale so I am satisfied with the value for the money. If you need the best and want high performance this isn’t the tablet for you. If you are looking for convenience and utility this tablet will work just fine.

  57. Scott C.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Updates must have fixed things…

    All of the negative comments I read do not seem to apply to me/my device. I put it on the dock and setup started automatically. You only have to touch the screen a few times once docked. During the setup it updated the sound bar’s firmware. I went into Android settings and updated the tablet to Android 10.Everything works like a charm. Alexa and Google assistant both work. The tablet is good enough to stream all the media I use (Netflix, Hulu, etc.). For the price I and very happy with the purchase.

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  58. D. tianD. tian

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    This device does not support mhl, does not support USB C to HDMI output

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    2nd day usage review: I found a problemWe used the tablet for one day, on the second day we encountered a screen problem.—————————————————————————————————-I bought this tablet for my father, and I was hoping to use it on my TV with cable casting. I could not find out if it’s MHL supported, but I found someone day Lenovo Tab M10 Plus support it, and this one has a Dock station. So I bought it and found it does not support USB C to HDMI output. This is a big disaapointment. I also could not figure out how to use the dock stock speakers, it feels very hard to use. The tablet also have some software issues. It’s a good buy only because of it’s price tag.

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  59. Kim

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    So far, so good

    I was worried, because I read the negative reviews, but so far it is working well and I have had no issues with it. It was easy to set up and I was quite pleased that everything moved over so smoothly. I bought it because my Kindle completely failed and I decided to upgrade to a full service tablet.

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  60. Manny ToddManny Todd

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Alexa Speaker and Battery life is not worth it at all!

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    They only thing that I dislike and disappointing is the Alexa dock speaker and it doesn’t keep it charge just fyi. They suddenly disconnect itself from the bluetooth , it can very annoying if your watching or listening or having a zoom meeting. It’s cosmetically well made but its very poor quality inside. And the battery don’t last long. Those are the reason for me not giving five stars. Two major important components don’t work well.

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