Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10-inch hand-on



PhoneArena presents a hands-on video of the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10-inch.

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33 Comments

  1. Without an option to connect to 4G. I won't buy tablet. Its a useless brick when I'm traveling. Movies and books..hooray. Can't use the internet or download anything. These morons convinced us to buy tablets. .even when they said there is no reason for them. Oooooh SHINY!!!! and you can touch it? Wow sign me up for a useless gadget

  2. I am not a specs freak nor a geek but by the end of 2013 any 10" tablet offering only a 1200 x 800 display and 1GB or RAM is a non-starter regardless of other things.
    As for the Yoga's design, not for me at all, would rather buy a flat tablet and buy a leather or smart cover.
    Lenovo won't have my money, they're way too far from my expectations.

  3. No app folder , horrible skin , not even 4.3 and that bezel !! Whats the point of having a handle to hold on to ( battery /handle ) if you gonna have that horrible bezel !! Not convinced that little kick stand will hold up the device once you start tapping in the upper portion of the screen. Battery life is fine but sorry I'd be better impressed if this ran full Win 8.1

  4. actually, I never liked tablets because it never seemed comfortable to hold one

    I was asking me again and again why doesn't someone build something like a handgrip
    like what you have in bigger photo cameras

    I would really like to try one of these
    performance not to great?
    don't care, I'd use one just for internet browsing/light work

  5. I tried an Aechos 97 TitaniumHD with a 2048 x 1536 IPS screen and I saw very little difference when I switched it to the lower screen resolution. Although thats probably a bad example because the screen was dark with it and its graphics chip wasn't able to cope with the higher resolution. My current Acer IconiaTab A500 is 1280 x 800 and it doesnt bother me and my last tablet had the same resolution.

  6. I like the form factor, reminds me of that one Sony tablet. Large battery that can be be used as an external battery is awesome. Micro SD slot is great. Not sure about the lower resolution screen and 1 gig of ram. but at $299 for the 10" ppl might not care.

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