Reviews and Problems with Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 Pro 13
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20 March 2015
Summary: - Lenovo took their original Yoga convertible design and made a huge number of improvements to it. The system is not only thinner and lighter than the original but packs an incredibly details display that is a thing to behold.
Summary: Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro has a superb design with the projector in place, a band name sound system, a decent camera and a high-resolution screen. The projector proves to be very useful since it is a great alternative for movie night.
Summary: Ever since the company completed its round of business acquisitions, Lenovo has shifted its focus to launching new products, part of which includes the line of Yoga tablets. In this review, we take a look at the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro.
Pros: Great performance, Long-lasting battery life
Conclusion: Lenovo’s new Yoga Tablet 2 line may feature decent mid-range specs, incomparable battery life, and an intriguing design, but we can’t help but wish it were more high-end. These tablets could easily be great – but instead, they’re average.
Pros: Super long battery life, Built-in kickstand, Comfortable to hold, Light and bright UI
Cons: Not a super high-resolution screen, Crappy cameras, Heavier than most small tablets
Summary: The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro's design is great for at-home use and the built-in projector is handy for watching video or making presentations, but the UI is too stripped down.
Pros: The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro's versatile design features a built-in kickstand and pico projector. Its HD screen is sharp and battery life is long. Its The front-facing speakers and rear subwoofer sound loud and crisp.
Cons: There's no app tray. The projector's brightness is rather dim in most rooms and its low resolution will disappoint fans of high-definition video. Also, it's a bit heavy.
Summary: While tablets between 7-inches and 10.1-inches are quite common, those with even larger display sizes fall under a more niche segment. There aren’t a lot of options available in this category, but those that are do offer quite a different experience.
Pros: Large and gorgeous display, Loud front firing speakers, Versatile kickstand, Unique pico projector, More than adequate battery life
Summary: Pro as in projector? Lenovo shows its innovative side: The Yoga Tablet 2 Pro can be hung up on a wall, has an integrated subwoofer, and even a projector is installed. At a first glance, that is enough to provide a "wow" factor - but we will check whether the rest of the tablet is just as awesome.
Pros: Unusual configuration, Quality design, Incorporated projector, Decent 2.1 sound system, High-res screen, Integrated stand, Accurate touchscreen, Everyday-suitable battery life, Low casing temperature development, Good cameras, Decent software, The flexible concept and the innovative ideas.
Cons: Casing's stability not good everywhere, Big and heavy for a tablet, Can fall over in stand mode, Screen's low color accuracy, Occasional stutters, Inaccurate GPS, The high-resolution screen's color reproduction could be better, and the casing could be a bit stiffer.
Conclusion: The Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is a great entertainment tablet to have around the house, simply because its size makes it perfect for watching video content as you lounge about the house. Its various usability modes also means that you can find some sort of angle to best use the device in.
Pros: + Excellent audio quality,
+ Long battery life
Cons: - Projection quality depends heavily on room lighting
Summary: While not without a handful of minor inconveniences, the Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro is one of the best top-tier ultrabooks money can buy right now. It's sturdy and beautiful, in a very simple way, it packs fast hardware, a fairly good high-resolution display and is cheaper than all of its competitors.
Pros: versatile form factor, slim and light, simple and what looks like a reliable body, runs cool and quiet, excellent price
Cons: some color reproduction issues, battery life is shorter than expected, not the best selection of ports, rather slow SSD
Conclusion: We love the Lenovo's screen and keyboard, and can live with its few shortcomings—mainly the mediocre audio and Webcam, and the extra weight that any convertible (as opposed to a keyboard-dropping detachable) packs when used as a tablet.
Pros: Thin and light (in laptop mode), Fold it into a tablet, easel, or tent, Beautiful 1080p screen, Excellent backlit keyboard, Handy apps for each mode, Attractive price
Cons: Average port selection, Weak speakers, Tablet mode leaves keys exposed on the back side, Low-res Webcam, Shorter battery life than some competitors