Motorola Returns to the Tablet Game

Motorola was purchased by Lenovo a while back and while Motorola hasn't made tablets for years, Lenovo, on the other hand, has quite a few models ranging from entry-level to mid-range. They are pushing the Motorola brand here in North America though and are bringing the Moto Tab to AT&T. This tablet features a 10.1 screen, a pair of cameras, a solid battery and a mainstream processor that will offer plenty of time between charges. It has a few nifty software features that help it compete with a Chromebook or a Surface Laptop.

Alternatively, there is a productivity mode that retains the Moto Tab’s software buttons, but shifts them to the left and converts the rest of that bottom area into something akin to what you see on Windows or Chrome OS. This mode is most useful with Lenovo’s Productivity Pack, an optional case folio that includes a keyboard and connects to the tablet through Bluetooth. To add a cherry on top, you will even find an integrated mouse pad below the keyboard, though you might find the whole thing a bit cramped if you have large hands like myself.

Source: AndroidAuthority