If you want an affordable tablet, then Lenovo Yoga Tablet is the tablet for you. With its top quality screen, 16 hour battery life (a really very long battery life), one charge. A 10.1 inch screen, 1,920 x 1,200 IPS display; Qualcomm Snapdragon 400; 2GB RAM; 16GB storage; 802.11n Wi-Fi; Bluetooth 4.0; microSIM slot; microSD up to 64GB; 9,000mAh battery; 626g.
Unlike other tablets, Lenovo yoga has an adjustable kickstand hinge that props the device into several positions, and a 9,000mAh battery plus it’s got a full high-resolution 1,920 x 1,200 screen, front-facing speakers and a quad-core processor. It’s about $155 cheaper than most top tablets like apples iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab and Sony models. It’s got 802.11n Wi-Fi rather than the future-proofed 802.11ac hardware included in the Samsung and Sony models. It has an 8 Mega-Pixel camera and a 1.6-megapixel front-facing shooter.
One other striking thing about this tablet is that its display is High Definition (HD) that is 1,920 x 1,200 IPS display that makes watching HD YouTube videos so cool. Has a loud accurate sound and a useful multi-window mode. For better viewing it is advisable to tilt it up when it’s on flat surface.
Just like Yoga 10, Yoga 10 HD has an unusual spiral notebook aesthetic. The tablet has a cylindrical aluminum hinge that holds the battery. It comes with android 4.3 processor and 2G RAM that allow it to surf the Web and play movies reasonably well. The audio is excellent good for listening to music. Lenovo sells a $79 Bluetooth keyboard that can snap onto the top of your Yoga tablet for those who want to type when tablet is in the stand mode.
The tablet has three modes: Stand Mode, Tilt mode and Hold Mode
Stand Mode: allow you have a video conference with someone or watch a video clip while working on your PC
Tilt Mode: very useful when looking down at the tablet, and its useful for when typing, just like having a slightly tilted keyboard.
Hold Mode: of course when you want to carry it around