Summary: This is an awesome tablet. It has a really long battery life. The resolution is crystal clear and everything on it works well. The only drawback I can think of is I haven't figured out how to connect it to a projector in order to do presentations.
Summary: can't believe that I actually hated this tab at first. Used to my old devices. I've had it for months now. Lack of bass is disappointing but the crisp sweet treble makes up for this somehow. Can only find apps for headphones to improve bass issue. Sounds great on the home sound system, almost better than connected laptop which is a good entertainment laptop.
Pros: love it. No bloatware, so clean. Fluidity makes this a fave thanks to quad core & SSD. Very fast. Great battery life, sturdy (made it through an accidental downpour, internal wet spots gone, no performance issues yet, happened months ago, don't try this at home kids). More interested in Lenovo after first time purchase
Cons: lack of bass, Dolby interface via settings is great but not quite useful, weak antenna, occasionally dropped WiFi connection
Summary: When I bought this, I was able to take advanage of a (temporarily) reduced price, as well as an extra instant-rebate. Net cost to me was $200, which I think is a good price for this tablet. At the current near-$300, there are much better choices available.
Summary: First of all, I have had all versions of the iPad, have used the Samsung Galaxy 10" 2014 Edition, and have the Galaxy Note 3 phone. So, my comparison is based on owning and using all of these devices. With that said, I am somewhat underwhelmed by the current version of the Lenovo Yoga 10 B8000 tablet. However, I suspect the HD+ version (due in April 2014) will address the shortcomings.
Summary: Great tablet. Bought this for under $200 and received it yesterday. Screen is bright and crisp and android system is responsive. The only con I would have to point out is that, at least in my opinion, the built-in stock launcher makes the tablet layout look and feel messy. This can be easily changed by downloading a different launcher from the app store (I use go launcher) and customizing as you see fit.
Summary: used the lenovo yoga for two days and love it very much. several key features i appreciate most compared with tablet. 1. we prefer android over windows and ios, since there are more free songs and movie download. 2. it's so easy hold the lenovo yoga whereever in bathroom or in bed for long time, most weights fall into the pace my hands hold. 3. nice speaker and decent battery, almost twice of ipad. 4.
Summary: Pros: Very good screen quality, fast speed, great sound. Cons: None so far, exceeds my expectations. I researched many tablets on Amazon & other websites, finding the best overall price here on Amazon. I was glad I opted for a tablet with GPS as I use my Lenovo Yoga 10 mainly for Astronomy. The live sky apps are very easy to read on the 10 inch screen.
Summary: Following weeks of investigating, using my 65-year old 'layman's evaluating' of various tablets and their benefits, the pricing and warranties, I opted to try the Lenovo 10-inch tablet. After playing around with several other tablets my friends have, along with those at Best Buy, etc., I just found myself going back to the Lenovo. All the other tablets had their attractions, but the Lenovo simply had more for me.