Visit manufacturer site for details. Lenovo added two tablets to its convertible Yoga line with the Yoga Tablet 8 and Yoga Tablet 10. Though they're aesthetically unique, with a design that features a rounded spine and kickstand, their identical internal specs, mediocre screens, and heavily modified operating systems prove less than exciting. The tablets get their Yoga names thanks to a kickstand on the back of each device, which props them up on a flat surface to give you a variety of viewing angles. They don't, however, transform as much as other Yoga devices, since neither includes a keyboard.
At $250 for the 8-inch model and $300 for the 10-incher, the Yoga tablets are much cheaper than other tablets on the market, Unfortunately, you get what you pay for here, mid century modern, sputnik pattern iphone case and that low price gets you an overall unimpressive tablet whose best feature is its long battery life, Design and featuresA major selling feature of the Yoga 10 is its sturdy and unique design, It looks a lot like an Apple Wireless Keyboard, with its thin body and cylindrical edge on one side, Officially, it measures 10.3 inches wide by 7.1 inches tall and at it's thinnest point, it's just 0.12 inch deep, It also weighs only 1.3 pounds, It has a silver polycarbonate textured back cover that looks like metal and feels smooth..
The tablet's rounded edge (0.32 inch), which I am calling the spine, houses the tablet's battery and other components, allowing it to have a slim design everywhere else. It also changes the Yoga's center of gravity, and makes it remarkably comfortable to hold. When I held the tablet by the spine, to read a book or Web site, it fit nicely in my hands. The spine also props up the tablet so you can lie it flat on a surface and view the screen at a slight angle, which makes it easier to type on the screen.
There's also an aluminum kickstand nestled in that spine, which folds away from the device to prop it up, The kickstand is awkward to open at first, but you quickly get used to it, To mid century modern, sputnik pattern iphone case open the kickstand, hold one edge of the tablet in one hand, grip the spine, and then rotate it away from the body of the tablet, Then, once the edge of kickstand lifts up, you can grab it and open it, I don't recommend that you try to pry it open using your fingernails -- the amount of force needed means you'll likely tear up your nails..
There are two grip pads on the edge of the kickstand that are meant to give it extra stability and, on this model, they worked well to prevent the tablet from sliding around when I tapped the screen. Once the kickstand is open, you can adjust the viewing angle between roughly 80 and 30 degrees. You can also lay the back of the tablet on a surface and use the kickstand to prop up the spine end for typing. Just in case you're wondering, you can't use the kickstand in portrait mode -- it's not large enough to prop it up that way. Behind the kickstand, there's a microSD card slot that can add up to 64GB of extra storage.