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Lenovo Yoga 10-inch Tablet (Silver Grey Metal) - Tablet (Quad Core 1.2GHz, 1GB RAM, 16GB eMMC, WLAN, BT, 2x Camera, Android 4.2)
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- The ideal multimode tablet
- Features three different usage modes - Hold (ideal for reading, viewing photos and sharing), Stand (ideal for watching movies, music and video chat) and Tilt (ideal for web browsing, gaming and typing)
- An ideal battery life of up to 18 hours
- Fast Quad-Core processor that won't keep you waiting
- 8MP Camera
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|Colour||Silver Grey Metal||Piano Black||Slate Black||Midnight Blue||White||Puma Black|
|Computer Memory Size||1 GB||1 GB||2 GB||1 GB||2 GB||3 GB|
|Connectivity Technology||Bluetooth,Wi-Fi,WLAN||Bluetooth; Wi-Fi; USB; Micro USB; HDMI||bluetooth, WiFi, USB||Bluetooth and Wi-Fi||WLAN and Bluetooth||USB;WiFi;Bluetooth|
|Processor (CPU) Manufacturer||ARM||ARM||Qualcomm||MEDIATEK||MediaTek MT8165||Qualcomm|
|Processor (CPU) Speed||1.2 GHz||1.3 GHz||1.3 GHz||1.3 GHz||1.7 GHz||1.8 GHz|
|Display Size||10.1 inches||10.1 inches||10.1 inches||10.1 inches||10.1 inches||10.1 inches|
|Display Technology||HD and Capacitive Touchscreen||—||LCD/IPS||IPS,LCD, Capacitive Touchscreen||LCD||QHD IPS|
|Hard Disk Size||16 GB||32 GB||16 GB||16 GB||16 GB||32 GB|
|Item Dimensions||—||0.89 x 26.28 x 16.3 cm||25.3 x 0.95 x 18.5 cm||1.02 x 26.41 x 17.78 cm||17.1 x 24.7 x 0.89 cm||0.47 x 24.7 x 17.9 cm|
|Item Weight||0.62 kg||0.54 kg||0.66 kg||0.54 kg||0.51 kg||0.64 kg|
|Memory Storage Capacity||64 GB||32 GB||16 GB||64 GB||32 GB||32 GB|
|Operating System||Android 4.2 Jelly Bean||Android; Lollipop||Android 5.1||Android 4.2||Android 4.4||Android 6.0|
Lenovo Yoga Tablet -- The World's First Multi-Mode Tablet
3 Modes and up to 18 Hours of Battery
The Lenovo Yoga Tablet is the industry’s first tablet with a multi-mode design. The innovation lies in the unique kickstand on its cylindrical battery, as it enables 3 different usage modes -- hold, stand and tilt. The battery lasts up to 18 hours, ensuring unplugged usage, anytime. It comes in variants of 8” and 10” screen sizes along with built-in multimedia features, for entertainment on the go. Overall, this versatile device is ideal for watching movies and reading e-books and magazines on the move and if you want to take your tablet experience to the next level.
The Lenovo Yoga Tablet allows you to stay connected for longer, offering up to 18 hours of battery life*. The smart device has 50% more battery capacity than most competitive tablets and offers the ability to charge other devices using the micro-USB on-the-go functionality**.
*Battery life is an estimated maximum. Actual battery life may vary based on many factors.
**Requires a separate cable.
Choose Your Mode:
Designed to shift the weight of the tablet to the cylindrical battery, making it more natural to hold. This mode is ideal for reading e-books or magazines, viewing pictures and sharing on social media.
Crafted for a stable and hands-free viewing experience, this mode is ideal for watching videos, listening to music, video chatting and taking self-portraits using a timer.
Provides the perfect angle for touch interaction, so you can make the most of the intuitive touch-screen. The Tilt Mode allows you to browse the web, type or play games easily.
Available in silver grey and weighing just 404g for the 10" and 610g for the 8, you'll find the Lenovo Yoga Tablet is light and very portable, making it ideal for reading or watching movies stutter-free when on holiday or commuting. This versatile tablet has been designed with a laser-etched exterior to prevent fingerprints and to give a refined finish.
Incredibly Sharp Display
Browse your photos and videos in HD clarity and see them from any angle with a 178-degree wide-viewing angle. The Lenovo Yoga Tablet comes with a sleek and sharp HD (1,280 x 800) IPS display, so you can see every detail.
Dolby Digital Plus
The Lenovo Yoga Tablet offers a remarkable audio experience with dual front-facing stereo speakers and enhances Dolby Digital Plus. Listening to music, films and games on your tablet will never be the same and the Lenovo Yoga Tablet also comes with a noise reduction microphone.
At a Glance
- Li-ion polymer battery with up to 18 hours usage
- 10.1"/8" HD (1,280 x 800) IPS display
- MTK 8125 Quad-Core processor, 1.2GHz
- Android Jelly Bean 4.2 operating system
- 16GB eMMc built-in storage, 1GB LPDDR2 memory
- MicroSD card expansion up to 64GB
- Front and rear-facing cameras
- Micro-USB (with On-the-Go support)
- 3.5mm audio jack
- Accelerometer, GPS, e-compass
- Brightness Sensor, Vibration Function, Hall Sensor
- 802.11bgn Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0/4.0
Front and Rear-facing Cameras
Take your web chats to another level thanks to the built-in 1.6MP HD front-facing camera which lets you stream higher-definition images, giving you clearer picture, perfect for capturing those special moments on photo and video and sharing them with your friends. You can also snap more with the built-in 5.0MP rear camera, featuring auto focus for crisp, clear shots.
Connect to USB while On The Go
Stay connected, expand your storage and charge your devices easily and on the move with the Micro-USB port. Micro-USB On The Go (OTG) allows you to read any Micro-USB drive and charge your phone wherever you go -- increasing your capacity to work, rest and play. The Lenovo Yoga Tablet also comes with a 3.5mm audio Jack.
The Lenovo Yoga Tablet comes with multiple wireless connection options. The built-in 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi adapter and Bluetooth 3.0 and 4.0 will allow you to enjoy reliable connections to the internet, whether at home or on a public network. Using the superior connectivity options you can easily and seamlessly switch from one to another to get the best from your tablet.
Quad Core Processor
The 1.2GHz MT 8125 Quad Core processor with 1GB LP-DDR2 memory gives great performance for games, graphics, overall system speed and applications. Also on the Lenovo Yoga Tablet you'll find up to 1GB of fast LP-DDR2 memory and up to 64GB of MicroSD expandable storage, meaning you can access your files quickly and easily.
Google Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
Sleek, smart and full of innovative features, the Lenovo Yoga Tablet is equipped with the highly intuitive Google Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system, a version of the Android platform specifically optimised for tablets. Android 4.2 features improved multi-tasking performance, more reactive touch responses, Photo Sphere, gesture typing keyboard, Google Now with more cards and a redesigned camera app. Android 4.2 also offers faster orientation changes, quicker switching between recent apps, and smoother and more consistent rendering across the system through vsync and triple buffering.
As well as featuring your favourite Google Mobile services including YouTube, Gmail, Google Maps and more, you'll also be able to access thousands of the latest apps, games and entertainment through the Google Play store.
*Battery life is an estimated maximum. Actual battery life may vary based on many factors, including screen brightness, active applications, features, power management settings, battery age and conditioning and other customer preferences. Different testing and usage scenarios may affect the results. For full details visit http://www.lenovo.com/battery-info/
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It updates to KitKat out of the box, as somebody else said, just sign into (Or create) your Google account as the first thing, then update and you shouldn't have any problems. For me, the process was simple, took about 15 minutes in total and I had the latest system installed. There has actually been a small update in the past few days to Kitkat, so this machine is as up to date as you can possibly buy.
People mentioned the lack of an "App Drawer" in various reviews and this worried me a bit as I hadn't clue what an app drawer was. It turns out that it's the page with all your apps on that you get to by pressing the "six dot" button and it's a useful thing to have so I took the advice of some folk on here and downloaded "Nova Launcher" from Google play store. This gave me, not only the app drawer but a very nice set of start pages and useful buttons, it's easy to use.....It must be as I can manage it, and it ...well, just looks and feels nicer than the stock Lenovo start page. Thanks to those who recommended it, via their reviews.
Now then, onto the other bits....Battery life, crikey it's brilliant! I was used to getting about 4 hours out of a 7 inch tablet but this thing goes on forever, I use the tablet every day for a couple of hours or more and I get at least a week out of it. I have to admit that as it charges via the mini usb thingy, it's not the fastest thing in the world to get to 100% but as you don't have to do it that often, it's not a chore.
Some have said that the screen isn't that good or clear, well I haven't a clue what they are used to but for me it is crisp, bright, the colours are magnificent and it has a sensitivity on touch that is absolutely perfect, really responsive and positive. To be honest, I've seen iPads and Kindle HD's in Sainsburys and this is just as good....OK it's not HD but you would never know, it really is that good.
Some have said that the kickstand is hard to use and a bit stiff, well it's not hard to use at all, it's the simplest and most ingenious thing in the world and, yes it is a bit stiff but as it has to hold the tablet up, if it was slacker, then wouldn't it just collapse? Sorry, but I don't get that as a reason for some reviewers to dislike it. The kickstand, let me tell you is a brilliant idea and works a treat...The easiest way to use it is not to try and prize it open with your fingernails, just grip the round battery side in your fingers and twist the tablet or the kickstand...Easy and might save a few fingernails!
On screen the keyboard covers about a third of the page, when in use and is really responsive, on my tablet, which is the 10 inch version, i can type with a stylus pen (The rubber ended things that you can get on Amazon or anywhere, for next to nothing) or my fingers and it is a very easy operation. To be honest, the 10 inch seems exactly the right size, to me, for a tablet, you get that bit more room to operate it and it isn't too heavy. I'm sure that the 8 inch tablet is just as good, in fact my Husband wants one after he has seen mine!! (Maybe at Christmas, Dear, if you're a good boy!)
So then, why did I buy it? Well I was looking at the Sony Experia, the Kindle HDX and the iPad but they really are a considered purchase and I couldn't justify carrying that amount of money around, it was just too scary! I did my homework as there are loads of tablets about but I kept coming back to the Yoga, to be honest just for the look of the thing. After reading all, and I do mean all of the reviews, I took note of the good points and figured that they outweighed the bad and I took the plunge. I ordered it on the Sunday night and it was here on Tuesday morning with free delivery, by lunchtime I was updated (It comes with a full charge) and I was up and running. Since then I have never looked back, never regretted not buying something more expensive and, well to be honest, I love the thing!
I realise that a tablet is a personal thing and everybody has a different need for one but this not only looks good but does everything that I could wish for, swiftly and with ease. There are still things on it that I haven't used as, after a month of ownership, I'm still learning but the Yoga makes that learning easy, fun and worry free. I use it for personal things, sometimes whilst watching the telly, Web surfing, emails, endless lists and the usual guff of mind numbing games, you get the idea, and it handles it all effortlessly. I am sure that if you were to use this for business, it would do just as well and also look good when you are showing it off.
I haven't expanded the memory as there has been no need but I have taken heed of the fact that a 32gb card is easier to install than a 64 gb one, so that will be my next challenge.
All in all, this tablet seems to do the impossible, it does everything that I want it to do, looks good, sounds great with the dolby speakers built in and doesn't cost the earth. I haven't compromised on a thing by buying it and don't regret my decision for a second.
I am sorry that I seem to have gone on forever, but if you have stuck with me, then thank you and if you have any questions, I would be only too happy to respond as I just love this thing.....Now go on, buy it, you know you want too!!!
EDIT ON 11th September 2015.
I have now had my Yoga Tablet for over 12 months now and I still love it! However it has come to my attention from the reviews since I posted mine that a few of you are having problems with freezing or a complete shutdown of your tablets.
I had this problem once and after much "Googling" I found a cure hidden away on some website or other ( think it was the Lenovo Yoga Messageboard) and it worked for me.
If the Yoga fails to start in the normal way, then press and hold in the start button (The main one on the end of the battery pack) for........63 seconds, then release and press the start button again and it should fire up.
I know that it sounds absolutely bonkers and a waste of time but it actually worked for me. It's something to do with that when you normally press the start button to switch on or off, then that is a "Soft" shutdown or start. Pressing the start button for that 63 seconds forces a "Hard" restart......To be honest, I don't really understand all that but as it worked, I don't really care!
I hope that, if you are having that problem, it works as well for you as it did for me and can I just say Thank you for all the positive votes for my review. They have amazed me but also made me feel a bit responsible for this great little tablet.
Very quick, can load just about anything (with the exception of a few phone-only apps). The display is crystal clear and hasn't faded since it was bought and the battery life is amazing. Even continually watching videos, the battery lasts for several hours.
The rounded battery makes it great for holding when reading on the tablet, although I must say, I've rarely had need to use the kickstand, other than for extra grip to hold it.
The only downside is that the tablet can be a little hard to place down on solid surfaces because of the battery edge. You either have to grip it from the other side (holding the screen) or put it down screen-first, which usually means the tablet 'slaps' the surface you're putting it on. That being said, this hasn't ever caused any damage to the tablet. I've dropped it plenty of times and there's no damage to the screen whatsoever.
The 10" screen is a pleasure to use, its extra size adding to reading and browsing pleasure. It is heavier than my basic Kindle, but I've added the Kindle app and since the tablet can stand up on its own fold-out foot, it is great for displaying recipes or for reading a book on a screen more comparable to the size of a real page.
With the foot folded flat, the tablet is comfortable to hold without obscuring the screen. I have ordered a cover with a keyboard which connects via Bluetooth. This should enable me to use the device as a mini-laptop, much easier to carry around than my larger and much heavier laptop.
The finish on this tablet is impressive. It is slim and looks like a quality item. The touch screen is sensitive and the machine is responsive and quite speedy.
At present, I am recovering from a wrist fracture and can use only one hand. I am sitting in an armchair with the device standing on my lap, resting on its own base, and it is light and very easy to use as I tap at its large, clear keys with one hand.
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