Summary: So I had been looking for a tablet for some time as I dont like iOS because of lack of open source. I wanted something that did not have tons of blotware. I mostly got it for doing direct imaging with our photo business. Its fast great display and super long battery life. I was able to get it onsale and a discount so I paid under $230, and I am very pleased. The only downside is if you install a SD card you must format it in FAT32 or 16, before you install it.
Summary: Out of all the tablets I've been evaluating this is easily the best value and most useful. I travel extensively and often carry a small Best Buy of portable electronics. My typical arsenal includes: • A kindle paperwhite for reading, as a battery outage would be unbearable • A Macbook pro and sometimes a second laptop, with disks, mice and keyboards • A Fire HDX for mobile apps (phone screens are just no big enough) • A phone or two for calls, GPS and as mobile hotspots...
Summary: I, for one, love the 10" form factor. All the trend-followers have announced that 7 to 8" size is the only viable format. I have an 8" Android, and while it's great for a reader type device, this Yoga 2 10" is better overall for me. First, to refute a couple of negative comments I've seen. 1) The "off-balance" critique. It's not off-balance in the landscape mode, it's perfectly balanced with the added benefit of a low center of gravity.
A Capable 2 in 1 Tablet Computer with Excellent Battery Life and Great Value with few shortcomings
Tony the Innovator, Amazon
27 December 2014
Summary: So first off I purchased this computer almost 3 weeks ago at a local Best Buy. It was a mere $300 on sale so for me it was an impulse buy. I brought it literally the next day. The Display: The display is clear and bright. I have had no issues with this and it's perfect for web browsing, reading news, etc. The Build Quality: The machine as a whole feels sturdy, solid, and I never worry about it being flimsy or anything of that sort.
Inferior tablet, buggy connection to keyboard makes for an inferior "notebook"
16 December 2014
Summary: Over the years I've had dozens (literally) of various notebook computers. I was looking for a Windows notebook computer that was the lightest possible rig, ideally with reasonable battery life, that I could take travelling with me for the sole purpose of running Remote Desktop. The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 10.1 inch with Lenovo's light keyboard is the very lightest I could find, especially so since it charges off a USB device so a single USB power adaptor would do for my...
Summary: The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 10” running Windows 8.1 is an excellent value tablet with some premium features. The Yoga 2 builds on the excellent feature set and quality of the original Yoga tablets only now they are available running Android or Windows 8.1 (previous generations were only available with Android). The Cylinder: At first I was skeptical about the cylinder. Asymmetry is often frowned upon in the world of tech devices, but it really works for the Yoga tablet.
Summary: Not worth the money, not a good value. Was very dissapointed with my first windows tablet. I have had android phones and android tablets, but decided to try out a windows tablet to use some of my programs that I usually use on my desktop. I have had windows 8 on my desktop for well over a year, so I'm used to it. The problem is that windows 8 doesn't really operate the same on tablets. Pros: * Full version of windows, can theoretically run any windows program.