What is a tab?

This is a recommends products dialog
Top Suggestions
Starting at
View All >
Sign In / Create Account
language Selector,${0} is Selected
Register & Shop at Lenovo Pro
Register at Education Store

Pro Tier Benefits

• Save up to an extra 5% on Think everyday pricing
• Spend RM$25,000, advance to Plus Tier with increased benefits

Plus Tier Benefits

• Save up to an extra 8% on Think everyday pricing
• Spend RM$75,000, advance for free to Elite Tier with increased benefits
• Take advantage of flexible payment options with TruScale Device as a Service.

Elite Tier Benefits

• Save up to an extra 12% on Think everyday pricing
• Take advantage of flexible payment options with
TruScale Device as a Service.
Reseller Benefits
• Access to Lenovo's full product portfolio
• Configure and Purchase at prices better than Lenovo.com
View All Details >
more to reach
PRO Plus
PRO Elite
Congratulations, you have reached Elite Status!
Pro for Business
Delete icon Remove icon Add icon Reload icon
Temporary Unavailable
Cooming Soon!
. Additional units will be charged at the non-eCoupon price. Purchase additional now
We're sorry, the maximum quantity you are able to buy at this amazing eCoupon price is
Sign in or Create an Account to Save Your Cart!
Sign in or Create an Account to Join Rewards
View Cart
Wow, your cart is empty!
Fill it in with great deals
Some items in your cart are no longer available. Please visit cart for more details.
has been deleted
Please review your cart as items have changed.
Contains Add-ons
Proceed to checkout
Popular Searches
What are you looking for today ?
Quick Links
Recent Searches
Hamburger Menu
skip to main content

What is a tab?

A tab is a user interface element that allows  you to quickly switch between different sets of information or tasks. It's most  often seen in web browsers and other applications where there are multiple  pages that need to be accessed quickly. Tabs look like small rectangles with  titles written inside them, and they can usually be clicked or tapped on to  instantly switch to the associated page.

How do my tabs work?

Tabs are designed to make navigating through an  application much easier by allowing you to quickly jump between different pages  without having to manually scroll or search for the right link. This makes it  much simpler for you to find the information you need and keep track of where you're  at in a given application.

Why should I use my tabs?

The main benefit of using your tabs is that they  improve your experience by allowing you to easily switch between different  tasks without losing focus or context. This makes it much quicker and easier  for you when browsing the web, using applications, or even playing games – you  don't have to manually search for links or scroll through different windows  every time you want to find something new. Additionally, some tabs also allow  developers to incorporate additional functionality such as sharing buttons  which can make interaction with your website or app more streamlined and  enjoyable!

What types of tabs exist?

Most commonly you will see three main types of  tabs being used: vertical (or side) tabs which appear along the left-hand side  of a window; horizontal (or top) tabs appearing at the top; and finally  dropdown menus which appear when hovering over a certain tab icon. Each type  has its own benefits depending on what kind of layout you are working with – so  it's important to consider how each type will best fit into your design before  implementing them into your project!

Are my tabs mobile-friendly?

Yes!  Many modern mobile devices offer swipe controls so you can easily switch  between different tabs without having to tap on each one individually.  Additionally, smaller screen sizes mean that horizontal tabs may not fit very  well so it's usually better to opt for vertical ones here instead – though this  may depend on what kind of content you're displaying within each tab too!

Can I customize my tabs?

Yes! Tabs can be styled to fit the look and feel  of your application or website, with developers able to choose from a range of  colors, fonts and even animations for added visual flair. Additionally, certain  applications will also allow for custom icons to be used on each tab so you can  quickly identify which tab you're looking at. Tabs can also be set up so that  they only appear when needed (such as in a web browser where not all pages may  require a tab) or made collapsible in order to save screen space when it's not  required.

How do I organize my tabs?

Organizing tabs is usually done by grouping  related tasks or information together – this allows you to quickly navigate  between them without having to remember the exact name or description of what  they are looking for. You should also try and keep your number of tabs to a  minimum because too many tabs can make navigation difficult

What other features are available?

Many  web browsers today include additional features such as automatically opening  new pages in a new tab (instead of replacing the current one) and allowing you to  “pin” certain tabs so that they remain open even after closing the browser  window. Additionally, some browsers like Google Chrome have also started  introducing “tab groups” which allow users to group related tabs into their own  virtual workspace for easier management when multiple tasks need to be managed  simultaneously.

What are the benefits of using my tabs?

Tabs  offer a number of advantages to you. For example, they can display multiple  pages within one window, meaning you don't have to manually scroll or search  for a link in order to access certain information. Additionally, tabs can also  save screen space, as all pages stay within the same window rather than having  multiple windows spread across the desktop. Finally, tabs also provide enhanced  navigation options such as pinning certain tabs so that they remain open even  after closing other windows or grouping related tasks into tab groups for  easier management.

What  are the best practices for tab design?

When designing your tabs, it is important to  consider both aesthetics and functionality. For example, you should use colors  and fonts that are consistent with the overall look and feel of your website or  application. You should also keep the number of tabs to a minimum in order to  reduce clutter and complexity, while ensuring they are organized logically so  that users can easily navigate between them. Finally, you should also consider  using icons alongside text labels to help users identify which tab they are  looking at.

How do I make sure my tabs don't take up too much space?

Using collapsible tabs allows you to display  multiple pages within one window without having all the tabs permanently  visible. This way, you can minimize the amount of space taken up by each  individual tab while still providing access to them when needed. Additionally,  some web browsers such as Google Chrome offer built-in features such as  “pinning” certain tabs to ensure they remain open even after closing other  windows or “tab groups” for organizing related tasks into their own virtual  workspace.

What tips can I  follow to create good tab navigation?

  1. Choose tabs with concise labels that accurately represent the  content they contain.

  2. Keep the number of tabs to a minimum; two or three is often  enough.

  3. Place your most important tab first, because this will be the  first one people see when they open your page.

  4. Create visual distinctions between each of your tabs, so users can  easily tell them apart from one another.

  5. Include hover states on the tabs, to give users an indication of  what lies beneath when they pass their mouse over it.

  6. Make sure to include clear instructions or arrows at the top of  each page or section, so users can easily navigate back and forth between  different areas on your site or app.

  7. Test out different tab designs with actual users to make sure that  your navigation is intuitive and easy to understand.

coming coming
Starting at
List Price
Est Value
Web Price:
List Price
Est Value (Estimated Value)
List Price is Lenovo’s estimate of product value based on the industry data, including the prices at which first and third-party retailers and etailers have offered or valued the same or comparable products. Third-party reseller data may not be based on actual sales.
Estimated value is Lenovo’s estimate of product value based on industry data, including the prices at which Lenovo and/or third-party retailers and e-tailers have offered or valued the same or comparable products. Third-party data may not be based on actual sales.
Learn More
See More
See Less
View {0} Model
View {0} Models
Shipping options for {0}
Part Number:
See More
See Less
Great choice!
You may compare up to 4 products per product category (laptops, desktops, etc). Please de-select one to add another.
View Your Comparisons
Add To Cart
Add To Cart
We're sorry,
Products are temporarily unavailable.
Continue Shopping
Learn More
Coming Soon
Featured Product
Featured Products
Oops! No results found. Visit the categories above to find your product.
open in new tab
© 2024 Lenovo. All rights reserved.
© {year} Lenovo. All rights reserved.
Compare  ()