The bookseller hasn't offered a new tablet to compete against Amazon's Kindle Fire in a couple of years, but its latest revision is a 10-inch slate due in April and starting at $129.99.
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Unannounced at CES with the company's other Chromebooks, this Chrome OS tablet has had its specs and images leaked on a few online retailer sites and is expected to compete with Lenovo's Chromebook Duet.
Equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G octa-core processor and 11.5-inch 2,560x1,600 screen, the Tab P11 Pro will compete with Samsung's Galaxy Tab models in the midrange tablet space.
After releasing well-received smartphones under its own name earlier this year, TCL enters the tablet market with a $199 slate available exclusively through its wireless carrier partner.
Tablets with screen size 10 inches and above has become top-selling segment for first time, as market sees sales increasing at the fastest rate since 2014, according to a new research report.
The proposed tablet -- complete with 8-inch display and carrying handle -- swiftly passed its funding request, with some discounts off the $229 retail price still available.
The new 10.1-inch tablet offers durability features like dust, drop, and water resistance while running tools to make transitioning enterprises to rugged Android devices smoother.
The new house-brand tablets come in $99 8-inch and $129 10.1-inch versions with upgraded processors and double the storage of previous models.
The company envisions the 10.1-inch Yoga with distinctive kickstand and the 8-inch M8 with Smart Charging Station as smart home tools as much as entertainment devices.
The new devices, which include a $64 8-inch and $79 10.1-inch slate and a $99 10.1-inch model with detachable keyboard, go on sale this week under the company's Onn electronics brand.