Lenovo's ARM powered, JellyBean flavoured Yoga tablet

Subject: Mobile | December 3, 2013 - 01:58 PM |
Tagged: Lenovo, yoga, arm, jellybean, tablet

Both the 8" and 10" models of the Lenovo Yoga tablet have a 1280x800 IPS display and run on a 1.2GHz ARM Cortex-A7 processor, sport 1GB of DDR2 and have 16GB of onboard storage.  The only difference apart from the size of the tablet is the battery 9000mAh on the larger model as compared to 6000mAh on the 8".  Benchmark Reviews liked the rather unique look of the tablet though they would have preferred a newer version of Android and a higher resolution screen to be available.  Check out the OS and included apps in their full review.

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"The Android-based tablet market is exploding, with new entries almost every day. We’re even seeing what once were dedicated e-readers, like the Nook and Kindle, re-marketed as general purpose tablets. Lenovo’s been in this market for a while, and thus it’s no surprise to see them introduce another entry, the Lenovo Yoga tablet computers."

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December 4, 2013 | 06:29 AM - Posted by Justin150 (not verified)

"We’re even seeing what once were dedicated e-readers, like the Nook and Kindle, re-marketed as general purpose tablets"

I have the Nook HD+, rooted back to normal android and it works really well both as an e-reader and as a tablet but then again it was always designed to do both jobs. As prices come down this could become the new norm

December 17, 2013 | 01:22 PM - Posted by Jacob Ruderman (not verified)

Jellybean is now getting old. i am looking forward to have the latest one. i just come here As prices come down this could become the new norm

February 8, 2014 | 04:19 AM - Posted by Pharez (not verified)

Lenovo has been a top brand. I expect this tablet to also do very well.I am of the opinion that a wide variety of lenovo tablet accessories if available, will win over a wider market base however.

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