Summary: Outside of China and other Asian markets, Lenovo isn’t as well known for their Android smartphones and tablets. The Chinese company does have some great products on offer though, and continues to introduce new and interesting features to their products. Aiming for a more global presence, with a strategy that now includes Motorola, Lenovo is certainly one of the many Chinese companies on the cusp of making it big in the Android world.
Pros: Built-in kickstand very useful, Fantastic battery life, Front-facing speakers
Summary: Lenovo's Yoga Tablet has the potential to be something great. Before powering it on, we had high hopes for this somewhat unique tablet. The machined aluminum base, tapered design and built-in kickstand all come together to form a tablet that is genuinely interesting. The novelty quickly fades once it is powered up. From the low resolution display to the woefully underpowered processor, this tablet doesn't live up to its looks.
Summary: The Lenovo Yoga 10 is a tablet that has features and capabilities of the average level that is particularly notable for its design. The shell is made with quality materials. It is elegant and refined and laser engraved. The prominent element, however, is this famous cylinder, which not only contains an internal battery 18 hours of autonomy but, once rotated, allows to extract a medium to be used for placing the tablet on a table, in different positions, without having to...
Pros: Construction materials, Quad-core processor, Optional 3G module, GPS, High autonomy, Internal support to support the tablet.
Cons: RAM is not very high, Quality front camera, No NFC module, No HDMI port.
Conclusion: Despite some interesting and useful design tricks, the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 is just a good Android tablet at a good price, at a time when there are great options available at great prices.
Conclusion: My final word for now is going to be on performance. Once again the 1.2GHz quad-core A7 chip isn’t exactly going to break any speed records but as you may be able to gather from the benchmark in the video, the Yoga 10 doesn’t disgrace itself either. In real-world use it’s fairly responsive and for the tasks I’d be performing regularly, such as web browsing, Hangouts and the like it does just fine and in terms of the few games I play on Android, it runs those without a...
Summary: Kicking it. The innovative IdeaTab Yoga Tablet 10 comes with an integrated kickstand which allows switching between what Lenovo calls stand, hold, and tilt mode. Is this standout feature enough to differentiate the tablet with its middle-of-the-road hardware and average feature set from the competition?
Pros: Innovative design with integrated kickstand, Excellent battery life, Bright screen, The innovative kickstand with multiple viewing positions and the outstanding battery life.
Cons: Dismal wireless reception, Hardware is not very powerful, Display resolution is too low, A higher resolution display is on top of our list.
Excerpt: Lenovo Yoga 10 is an Android Jelly Bean tablet with an 10.1-inch 1280x800 pixels screen, MediaTek's 1.2GHz quad-core chip, 1GB of RAM, 5-megapixel rear and 1.6-megapixel front cameras, and 16 or 32 GB of expandable storage.
Pros: Verizon 4G LTE network is incredibly fast, 32GB microSD card included, Integrated kickstand works in portrait and landscape
Cons: Battery life is among the worst we�ve ever seen, No 4G LTE power toggle option, Kickstand in landscape orientation blocks microUSB port
Summary: For $299, the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 offers a premium build, unique design and impressive battery life. This device's rounded hinge makes it easier to hold the tablet with one hand without strain, and we appreciated the ability to use the kickstand to switch between Tilt and Stand modes. Plus, Lenovo's additional software work helps make the most of these different modes.