Lenovo wants to make Android tablets at work more popular by launching a new business tablet called Tab3 10 that packs a fair punch at an affordable price.
Presented at MWC 2016, it is not Lenovo's first try at work tablets; it introduced the ThinkPad 10 (which runs on Windows 10) and the Yoga Tab 3 Pro, which has some business-friendly features like a projector and pen.
Optimised for enterprise mobility and vertical integration, the Tab3 10 is more affordable than Lenovo's previous devices and stands a good chance of having a bigger impact in the business and enterprise markets.
The device sports a quad-core, 64-bit processor, almost certainly a Mediatek one, clocked at 1.3GHz, either 2 or 3GB of RAM, a 10-inch FHD IPS display, 32 or 64GB onboard storage and a 7000mAh battery that lasts up to 12 hours.
To cater for demanding environments, Lenovo engineers made it splash and dustproof as well as scratchproof, thanks to a Gorilla Glass 3 panel.
Sadly, Lenovo isn't including an official keyboard sleeve that could transform the tablet into a pseudo-laptop.
The tablet will cost either $199 (about £138, AU$278) for the Wi-Fi only model, $249 (about £173, AU$348) for the 2GB/32GB/LTE model and $299 (about £208, AU$418) for the 3GB/64GB/LTE one when it launches in June 2016.