Lenovo announced the withdrawal of the Russian market of universal tablet for the entire family Lenovo TAB3 8 with support for multi-user and kids modes as well as Adaptive Display.
Due to the possibility of creating separate accounts, to work with the tablet at a time, keeping the personal settings and your privacy and a fast and secure authorization is provided by the face detection function.
Tablet TAB3 8 supports Adaptive Display, which adjusts the video and audio settings for the current content and with the help of a light sensor under the environment adjusts the level of brightness and color reproduction of the display. In Media mode for watching videos optimized gamma and contrast of images as well as the nature of the audio modes; Standard mode is provided by saturated colors and high brightness; in the Reading mode for maximum comfort when reading optimized backlight level and contrast.
Parents seeking to minimize the negative effects of the backlight on the child's vision, especially like "child" mode, which completely filters out most harmful radiation blue. In addition, the regime is intended to ensure safe for children surfing the web and allows you to limit their access device at certain times of day or days of the week. Control via gesture provides children with easy starting of commonly used apps. For example, drawing on the screen the letter C, you can invoke the camera application and the letter M opens the music player.
Lenovo TAB3 8 features a Quad-core 1 GHz MediaTek processor, 2-megapixel front and 5-megapixel rear camera, support work in networks of LTE and Wi-Fi, 8-inch HD display with IPS-matrix and two front speakers that support Dolby Atmos, providing cinematic audio quality.
Starting retail price of Lenovo tablet TAB3 8 on the Russian market – 13 990 rubles.