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Lenovo’s New Yoga Tablet 2 Pro Has a Built-in Projector

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Lenovo’s New Yoga Tablet 2 Pro Has a Built-in Projector

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Lenovo has launched a new tablet in its Yoga series, the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro. It is a 13-inch tablet that the company created with special inputs from Ashton Kutcher, who joined Lenovo’s ranks as a product engineer last year.

The company said that the tablet has been designed specifically for digitally-hungry consumers. Well, that explains its standout feature: a built-in pico projector.

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The 13-inch device offers all the usual features you might expect from a high-end tablet computer: An advanced edition of the Android operating system, a high-speed processor, and high-quality camera. According to the company,  Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is able to project a 16:9 image onto any surface for an instant 50-inch theater experience that lasts for up to three hours on full charge.

Watch Ashton Kutcher introduce the new tablet here:

It is said that the new tablet will be an interesting choice for business users. You can also use the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro as a way to easily project presentations during meetings on the go. Other than that, the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is a typical Atom-powered Android tablet.

It runs on a fourth-generation Intel Atom processor and Android 4.4 KitKat. It comes with 32GB of storage and supports up to 64GB through microSD, houses an 8-megapixel camera, and can optionally be purchased with 4G connectivity.

The company said that when not being used as a projector, the tablet has 15 hours of battery life. The Yoga Tablet 2 Pro will cost $499, while the 8-inch Android version of the Tablet 2 will be priced at $249. The 10-inch Android tablet and the 8-inch Windows 8 slate will both cost $299.

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Parul Ritvik Sood
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