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The Lenovo Tab M9 is a budget Android tablet with a 9 inch, 1340 x 800 pixel display, a MediaTek Helio G80 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage. When it launched earlier this year, it sold for $150. But it’s been on sale for discounted prices pretty much constantly during the holiday shopping season.

Now it’s fallen to the lowest price yet: you can pick one up from Lenovo for $80 when you use the coupon M9SAVEHOLIDAY. Sure, you can also buy an Amazon Fire HD 8 for $60 at the moment, but unlike Amazon’s tablets, the Lenovo Tab M9 ships with the Google Play Store pre-installed, which means you don’t need to hack your tablet for easy access to millions of apps.

Lenovo Tab M9 Android tablet w/Helio G80/4GB/64GB for $80 – Lenovo (coupon: M9SAVEHOLIDAY

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  1. Did you actually TRY to buy that Lenovo Tab M9 for $80 using the coupon M9SAVEHOLIDAY? What a FAILED experience littered with impossible to remove up-sell hardware and up-sell “extended warranty options”. What nonsense! It is a disaster in fulfillment-level Marketing PUSH. Never again! Good bye Lenovo. Nothing bought from you tocay (your fault – my credit card was cocked and loaded). You have lost my respect and trust Lenovo. CONCLUSION: Failed Sale because of Marketing GREED!

    Note this has nothing to do with lilliputing.com, even the abstraction of the lilliputing.com coupon or lilliputing.com affiliation links did not make a difference.

    1. Thanks, Brian. I bought a “refurbushed” Samsung A7 Light when you highlighted it the other day. VIP Outlet had one with a case for only $58. It looks like new.

  2. My M8 tablet is 3 years old (bought from liliputing daily-deal), but it still working well with a 1080p display. I would like to upgrade to the faster processor and 1GB more SDRAM, but maybe I can get another year or two out of it. The M9 has the Widevine L1 support for Netflix, but doesn’t have the 1080p display.
    I’m on the fence.

      1. I hope it isn’t awful 🙂

        Let us know what you think once you’ve had some time to kick the tires. I’m mostly thinking it’s hard to beat for the price… but I’d temper my expectations of performance for a model in this price range.

        1. I’ve had a 4GB/64GB Tab M9 for a few months now, and overall it’s been a great little tablet. I’m no “gamer”, but for other everyday use (web surfing, email, GPS navigation, etc) it’s performed more than adequately and smoothly/responsively. Niggles – although screen resolution & color/contrast are fine, viewing angles are rather mediocre; no onboard magnetometer for compass; Android 13 is a step backwards in many ways to earlier versions – IMHO.

          Otherwise, for $80 I’d consider it a no-brainer, and may just grab another!

  3. Give that Lenovo M9 at least FHD resolution, and I would pay double that price.

    Nobody seems to want to make a sub-10″ Android tablet with even mid-range specs.