Now, Lenovo has redesigned the traditional tablet form factor to incorporate the advantages of great battery life, multi-mode capabilities for better ergonomic positions, superb sound, as well as excellent weight and heat distribution.
I find that the battery size and shape allows easy multi-mode use; such as usable holding. The versatile built-in kick stand allows you to view and type with easy, and don’t forget about the front facing stereo sound speakers. Making this tablet a must have.
Highlights and Features
- Fantastic battery life with high capacity battery
- High Definition (1280×800) multi-touch screen with IPS [In-Plane Switching] technology
- Easy storage expansion with micro SD card storage support, which can go up to 64GBs
- Android OS (4.2.2) running on ARM MTK Quad Core, 1.2GHz processor
- Size – 10.28 x 7.09 inches
- Weight – 1.33lbs
One of the standout features of the Yoga tablet is its kickstand. This kickstand enables the Yoga tablet to switch into what Lenovo has defined as:
Stand Mode – is perfect for travel and use in tight spots like an airplane. Great for watching videos, browsing, chatting, or listening to music.
Hold Mode – centers the weight of the tablet towards the wrists, providing users with a comfortable grip during prolonged use. I find this mode useful during e-book reading, viewing pictures, video, and social media content.
Tilt Mode – gives users a sturdy typing surface for light typing, browsing image, surfing the web or playing games.
The Yoga tablet comes standard with a front and rear mounted cameras for you to frame your pictures with precision and puts your face to face with your friends and family on video calls.
5 megapixel auto-focus rear camera for photo, video and even scanning QR codes.
1.6 megapixel front camera is for HD video chat application such as Skype.
Image Credit: Lenovo ®