I took the new Lenovo Yoga Tablet to the 2014 North America International Auto Show to capture some of the highlights while road testing the tablet.
Innovative Multimode Design
Yoga Tablet’s pioneering design incorporates a battery cylinder and kickstand on the side of the device, shifting the center of gravity and opening up multiple usage modes: Hold, Tilt, and Stand. The Yoga Tablet’s groundbreaking design doesn't just optimize the tablet experience — it also looks great. The device tapers to a mere 3mm at the edge.
I was able to catch moments that would be cumbersome or awkward with any other tablet. Also, getting tasks done like endless emails is easy no matter if your just holding, tilting or using the stand. So taking pictures with the Yoga while playing pool is possible.
Epic Battery Life
Yoga Tablet keeps going over the long haul with its off-the-charts battery life. The secret: Yoga Tablet's unique, cylinder-shaped side chamber allows more room for battery storage.
Great Visuals with a Wide Viewing Angle
The Yoga Tablet has an HD (1280 x 800) display that delivers stunning high definition visuals and 178 degree viewing angle thanks to the display's in-plane switching (IPS) technology.
Unlike most tablets, the Yoga Tablet’s speakers face front — toward you — rather than to the side or out the bottom. Combine that with Dolby® Digital Plus enhancement and you have a rich, immersive sound experience.
ront and Rear Cameras
The 5.0M rear and 1.6M front cameras let you take high-definition pictures and enjoy crisp, clear video chats.
Starting at $249