The company Lenovo announced the launch on the Russian market of a universal tablet for the whole family Lenovo TAB3 8 with support for multi-user and children's modes of operation, as well as Adaptive Display technology.
Thanks to the ability to create separate accounts, you can work with the tablet one by one, while maintaining personal settings and confidentiality, and the facial recognition function provides fast and secure authorization.
The TAB3 8 tablet supports Adaptive Display technology, which adjusts video and audio settings for the current content, and the ambient light sensor adjusts the brightness level of the backlight and the color rendition of the display. In the Media mode, the gamma and contrast of the picture, as well as the nature of the audio, are optimized for video viewing; Standard mode provides rich colors and high brightness; Reading mode optimizes backlight level and contrast for maximum reading comfort.
Parents looking to minimize the impact of the backlight on their child's vision will especially appreciate the 'Kid' mode, which completely filters out the most harmful blue light. In addition, this mode is designed to ensure that the web surfing is safe for children and allows you to restrict their access to the device at certain times of the day or days of the week. Gesture controls make it easy for kids to launch frequently used applications. For example, by drawing the letter C on the screen, you can open the camera application, and the letter M opens the audio player.
Lenovo TAB3 8 features a 1GHz quad-core processor MediaTek, 2MP front and 5MP rear cameras, LTE and Wi-Fi support, and 8-inch HD display Features an IPS matrix and dual front-facing speakers with Dolby Atmos for cinematic sound.
The starting retail price of the tablet Lenovo TAB3 8 in the Russian market is 13,990 rubles.