Lenovo has unveiled two rage of tablets with impressive specifications and much improved battery life.
The beauty of innovation is that it’s disrespects the rule of aging, it is never ending and the moment you think a device had reached its full potential, something else pops up and leaves your jaw broken.
If you thought making tablets stand on their own was impossible, the new Yoga Android tablets from Lenovo should make you think again. Lenovo has unveiled it first Yoga tablet designed with a built-in kickstand. The tablets come in 8-inch, 10-inch and runs effectively on Andrioid 4.2 Jelly Bean.
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Lenovo new Yoga tablets are thick and isn’t what many would have expected since everyone craves for an extra-tiny gadget. The astounding kickstand feature should easily make anyone forget about the thickness. Most importantly, Lenovo has carefully crafted a thick cylinder on the bottom of the tablet which makes grip quite impressive. This idea is called a “Hold” mode; it makes the tablet reading experience first of its kind. The kickstand is completely adjustable, so if you wanted to type on a surface or watch movies, you can manipulate it to suit all of your needs.
The Lenovo Yoga tablet comes with a down-market 1.2GHz quad-core MTK 8125 processor. Other main specifications include; 16GB storage, 1GB RAM, 5MP rear camera, 1.6MP front camera and 1280x 800 pixel LCD display. Impressively, the battery looks great and should last longer than a majority of tablets currently available. Lenovo claim its tablet can last from 13-21 hours compared to 8-10 hours for other tablets. The 8-inch model has a 6000mAh battery and the 10-inch has a 9000mAh.
Price is competitive at best. You can get your hands on Yoga 8-inch Android tablet for $250 and the 10-inch sits comfortably at $300. There is also an a keyboard cover with a price tag of $70 and of course, its optional to make the standard Yoga tablet remain at a competitive price spot.