Lenovo Introduces the New Yoga Tablet 2 With a Convenient Keyboard Option
Lenovo has become a star among the PC lovers with its range of Yoga products. The original Yoga, a 13-inch Ultrabook whose screen could fold all the way back, became a favourite of all be it a professional or a student. Recently the company added a spinoff Yoga tablet into its Yoga collection.
Blurring the lines between the ultrabooks and tablets, the company has now launched new Yoga tablet called the ‘Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2’, which is the same size as the original Yoga Ultrabook. The new tablet has been designed with a kickstand that folds out on the back, and an optional keyboard which works in sync with the tablet with any contact. Now, the tablet line-up includes 8-10 inches tablets both on Android and Windows platform.
The 13-inch tablet, which is as sharp as the Ultrabook with a screen resolution of 2,560×1,440, runs on a Quad-Core Atom processor with 4 GB of RAM. The battery life is rated at 15 hours in a single charge, which is far better than the Ultrabooks available in the market at present.
The tablet is also lighter than the usual Ultrabooks, weighing around 2.27 pounds. It also comes with a premium audio system which includes 5 W subwoofers. However, the new tablet doesn’t include a projector, which was the main highlight of the company’s previous offering.
The new Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 will be available from November at a price of $699, which includes the keyboard and a cover.
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2
|Processor||Intel Atom Processor Z3745 (2M cache, 4 cores, up to 1.86 GHz)|
|Display||13-inch IPS, 2,560×1,440|
|Memory/ storage||4 GB/64 GB|
|Ports||microHDMI, microUSB, audio in/out, microSD|
|Camera||1.6 MP (front)|
|Battery||12,800 mAh, up to 15 hours|
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi (a/b/g/n), Bluetooth 4.0|
|Dimensions||12.8×8.7×0.2-0.6 in; 324.1x221x3.7-14 mm|
|Weight||2.27 lbs (without keyboard)|