Lenovo’s new 13-inch ‘Yoga’ tablet Review
Choosing one of the best computing devices with premium software laded will prove to be most effective to you providing optimum benefits to the core. Perhaps, it now appears that Lenovo seems to be coming full circle in this context for sure. After getting away from the original Yoga, a 13-inch Ultrabook whose screen could fold all the way back will prove to be highly effective in every way. Perhaps, the manufacturing giant has followed up with a spinoff device called the Yoga Tablet.
Currently, the lineup consists of Android and Windows tablets as well with most of them in the 8- and 10-inch range alone creating a new buzz in the market. Increased competition too is cited as one reason that has to be blamed about the current standards of situation. Now, though, Lenovo is quizzing upon the lines without any active representation: Its new 13-inch Yoga Tablet 2 is the same size as its ultra portable laptops as well, excluding the fact that it has a kickstand that folds out of the back, and the desired keyboard doesn’t attach to the device at all.
Perhaps, it appears somewhat weird to focus more upon the little device. Moreover, it appears like a tablet, but it’s the same size as a notebook as well, and its screen boasting of a superb resolution of 2,560 x 1,440, which is about as sharp as well. What’s even more curious is that on the inside, it actually runs more in line with a netbook, thanks to a quad-core Atom processor (though four gigs of RAM might help fasten things up).
All told, then, it certainly appears like a niche product: a large tablet, and an unpowered one, at that. Then again, the power-sipping chip could have at least one great advantage: The battery life here is fixed at up to 15 hours, far longer than most Ultrabooks we are already aware of. It’s also lighter than any 13-inch laptop, at 2.27 pounds. Eventually, will you want to pay a full $700 and up for it when it comes out next month? It is now left to the ultimate purchasers to prefer the best deals by making use proper of their wallet to the core.
Perhaps, there are some customers who might even say that $700 is too near to SP3 pricing as well as per certain features, which is interesting enough to consider. The concept of the 4GB of RAM, even it appears as if it is the only 2GB in the Windows tablet as well. Perhaps, it is exactly at this juncture that Lenovo might pull out things tremendously, which is the main thing holding it back (not the Clover Trail Atom in it, which is perfectly serviceable for browsing and Office work).
Making use of a multipurpose tablet from a proven brand like Lenovo is something what you need to plan in an intricate fashion resulting in the best results to you to the core. Also, it is necessary that you organize your preferences in a detailed way providing you with the best results as per the current standards prevalent in the computing industry.
|Specification||Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 (13-inch)|
|Processor||Intel® Atom Processor Z3745 (2M cache, 4 cores, up to 1.86 GHz)|
|Display||13-inch IPS, 2,560 x 1,440|
|Memory/ storage||4GB / 64GB|
|Ports||microHDMI, microUSB, audio in/out, microSD|
|Battery||12,800 mAh, up to 15 hours|
|Connectivity||wi-fi (a/b/g/n), Bluetooth 4.0|
|Dimensions||12.8 x 8.7 x 0.2-0.6 in; 324.1 x 221 x 3.7-14 mm|
|Weight||2.27 lbs (without keyboard)|